Noam Pianko is the Samuel N. Stroum Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies, Interim Director of the Middle East M.A. program, and Associate Director of Graduate Studies in the Jackson School of International Studies. He received his Ph.D. in Religious Studies/Judaic Studies from Yale University in 2004 and joined the Jackson School faculty as an Assistant Professor in the fall of that year.
- Yale University, Ph.D. Religious Studies/Judaic Studies, 2004
- JEW ST 210 Funny Jews: Jewish Humor and American Identity
- JSIS 495 Task Force: Defining Anti-Semitism in a Global Context
- JSIS 498 Israel Today in Historical Context
- JSIS 498 Readings in International Studies: Israel After Gaza: Recent Events in Historical Perspective
- JSIS C 145 Introduction to Judaism
- JSIS C 358 Jewish Thought