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Modern Jewish Thought (JS2300)

Catalog Description: Jewish intellectual responses to major transformations of modernity. Impact of secularization, universalism, pluralism, nationalism, and gender theories on Jewish thought and identity. Conflicting perspectives of tradition, education, culture, and religion. Relationship between Israel and the diaspora.

Next Offered: AXLE Category: Writing Course: Also Eligible for Credit in: Taught by:
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