Courses

Jewish Studies Introduction to Jewish Studies (JS1002)

Jewish Studies Introduction to Jewish Studies (JS1002W)

Jewish Studies In a Pluralistic Age: Jews, Christians and Muslims in Spain (JS1111.01)

Jewish Studies Music and Identity in Jewish Traditions (JS1111.02)

Jewish Studies Radical Jews from Karl Marx to Noam Chomsky (JS1111.03)

Jewish Studies Civil Rights and Wrongs: Black-Jewish Relations in the 1950s and 1960s (JS1111.04)

Jewish Studies Gender, Sexuality, and Desire in Jewish Literature (JS 1111.05)

Jewish Studies Reading across the Boundaries: Arab and Israeli Literature and Culture (JS1111.06)

Jewish Studies From Einstein to Chomsky: Revolutionary Sciences in Jewish America (JS1111.07)

Jewish Studies Jews and Muslims: A Modern History (JS1111.09)

Jewish Studies Jewish Response to Catastrophe (JS1111.10)

Jewish Studies Introduction to Judaism (RLST 1200)

Jewish Studies Themes in the Hebrew Bible (RLST 1208)

Jewish Studies Classical Judaism (JS1200)

Jewish Studies Jews in the Medieval World (JS1220)

Jewish Studies Perspectives in Modern Jewish History (JS1240)

Jewish Studies The New Testament in its Jewish Context (JS2100)

Jewish Studies Issues in Rabbinic Literature (JS2150)

Jewish Studies Hebrew Literature in Translation (JS 2210W)

Jewish Studies American Southern Jews in Life and Literature (JS2230W)

Jewish Studies Black-Jewish Relations in Post-War American Literature and Culture (JS2240W)

Jewish Studies Witnesses Who Were Not There: Literature of the Children of Holocaust Survivors (JS2250W)

Jewish Studies Coming of Age in Jewish Literature and Film (JS 2260)

Jewish Studies Coming of Age Jewish in Literature and Film (JS2260W)

Jewish Studies Jewish Storytelling (JS 2270W)

Jewish Studies Jewish Humor (JS2280W)

Jewish Studies Imagining the Alien: Jewish Science Fiction (JS2290W)

Jewish Studies Modern Jewish Thought (JS2300)

Jewish Studies Freud and Jewish Identity (JS2320)

Jewish Studies Is God Guilty? The Problem of Evil in Judaism (JS2330)

Jewish Studies Jewish Philosophy after Auschwitz (JS2340)

Jewish Studies American Jewish Life (JS 2400)

Jewish Studies American Jewish Music (JS2420W)

Jewish Studies The Jewish Diaspora (JS2450)

Jewish Studies Modern Israel (JS2500)

Jewish Studies Zionism: Politics, Religion, and Ethnicity (JS2520)

Jewish Studies Power and Diplomacy in the Modern Middle East (JS2540)

Jewish Studies Social Movements in Modern Jewish Life (JS2560)

Jewish Studies Islam and the Jews (JS2600)

Jewish Studies Jews in Egypt (JS2620)

Jewish Studies Jews and Greeks (JS 2640)

Jewish Studies Major Themes in Jewish Studies (JS3000)

Jewish Studies The Holocaust (JS3100)

Jewish Studies Reading Across Boundaries: Jewish and Non-Jewish Texts (JS3210)

Jewish Studies Alternative Modernities (JS3890 Special Topics)

Jewish Studies Israeli Culture Through Film (JS 3890 Special Topics)

Jewish Studies Jewish Animals (JS 3890 Special Topics)

Jewish Studies Secularism (JS 3890 Special Topics)

Jewish Studies Jewish Language and Paleography (JS4301)

Jewish Studies Senior Project in Jewish Studies (JS 4970)

Jewish Studies Elementary Hebrew (HEBR 1101)

Jewish Studies Elementary Hebrew (HEBR 1102)

Jewish Studies Intermediate Hebrew (HEBR 2201)

Jewish Studies Intermediate Hebrew (HEBR 2202)

Jewish Studies Advanced Hebrew Grammar (HEBR 2301)

Jewish Studies Advanced Hebrew Composition (HEBR 2302W)

Jewish Studies Independent Study in Modern Hebrew (HEBR 3851)

Jewish Studies Independent Study in Modern Hebrew (HEBR 3852)

Jewish Studies Jewish American Literature (ENGL 3664)

Jewish Studies Last Empire of Islam (HIST 2190)

Jewish Studies Advanced Seminar in History of Art – Post-1945 Berlin (HIST 4960)

Jewish Studies Antiquity & Medieval World Courses from Other Departments

Jewish Studies Biblical Studies Courses from Other Departments

Jewish Studies Culture, Philosophy & Literature Courses from Other Departments

Jewish Studies Modern & Contemporary Experience Courses from other Departments