Curriculum

Courses for Credit Toward the Jewish Studies Major

ANTH 247   Societies and Cultures of Eurasia
ARAB 101   Elementary Arabic
ARAB 102   Elementary Arabic
ARAB 201   Intermediate Arabic
ARAB 202   Intermediate Arabic
ARAB 301   Advanced Arabic I
ARAB 302   Advanced Arabic II
CLCV 240/REL 240   Romans, Jews, and Christians in the Roman Empire
CPLT 208/REL 208   Legend, Satire, and Storytelling in the Hebrew Bible
FREN 232   Occupation and Resistance: The French Memory and Experience of World War II
HIST 115Y  First-Year Seminar: Routes of Exile: Jews and Muslims
HIST 201   The Rise of the West? Europe 1789-2003
HIST 219   The Jews of Spain and the Lands of Islam
HIST 224   Zionism and Irish Nationalism: A Comparative Perspective
HIST 242   Postwar Europe and the Three Germanies
HIST 243   Gender and Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Europe
HIST 328   Seminar: The Changing Face of Antisemitism
ITAS 309   Italian-Jewish Literature
REL 104    Study of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
REL 105    Study of the New Testament
REL 204    Religious Speech and Social Power
REL 205    Cosmic Order and the Ordered Self: Scribal Wisdom in Ancient Israel and Early Judaism
REL 208/CPLT 208   Legend, Satire, and Storytelling in the Hebrew Bible
REL 240/CLCV 240 Romans, Jews, and Christians in the Roman Empire
REL 243   Women in the Biblical World
REL 244   Jerusalem: The Holy City
REL 245   The Holocaust and the Nazi State
REL 247   The World of the Bible [2014-15]
REL 260   Islamic/ate Civilizations
REL 307   Seminar: Gods, Politics, and the Body in the Ancient Near East
REL 342   Seminar: Archaeology of the Biblical World
REL 343   Seminar: Apocalypse and Armageddon: Envisioning the Endtime
SPAN 252 Christians, Jews, and Moslems: The Spirit of Spain in Its Literature
SPAN 267 The Writer and Human Rights in Latin America
SPAN 279 The Jewish Women Writers of Latin America

 

Related Courses For Credit Toward the Major

Courses with an asterisk (*) require the permission of the instructor if the course is to be counted by Jewish Studies.

 

ANTH 242* ‘Civilization' and ‘Barbarism' during the Bronze Age, 3500-2000 B.C.E.
ANTH 247* Societies and Cultures of Eurasia

ARAB 101-102 Elementary Arabic
ARAB 201-202 Intermediate Arabic
ARAB 301-302 Advanced Arabic

ARTH 267 Cross-Cultural Encounters in the Medieval Mediterranean

CLCV 240/REL 240 Romans, Jews, and Christians in the Roman Empire

CPLT 208/REL 208 Legend, Satire, and Storytelling in the Hebrew Bible

FREN 232 Occupation and Resistance: The French Memory and Experience of World War II

HIST 115  First-Year Seminar. Routes of Exile--Jews and Muslims
HIST 201 The Rise of the West? Europe 1789-2003
HIST 219 The Jews of Spain and the Lands of Islam
HIST 224 Zionism and Irish Nationalism: A Comparative Perspective
HIST 242 Postwar Europe and the Three Germanies
HIST 243 Gender and Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Europe
HIST 328 Anti-Semitism in Historical Perspective

ITAS 209 Italian-Jewish Literature (in English)
ITAS 309 Italian-Jewish Literature

REL 104 Study of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
REL 105 Study of the New Testament
REL 106 Children of Abraham
REL 204 Religious Speech and Social Power
REL 208/CPLT 208 Legend, Satire, and Storytelling in the Hebrew Bible
REL 240/CLCV 240 Romans, Jews, and Christians in the Roman Empire
REL 243 Women in the Biblical World
REL 244 Jerusalem: The Holy City
REL 245 The Holocaust and the Nazi State
REL 247 The World of the Bible
REL 260 Islamic/ate Civilizations
REL 307 Seminar. Gods, Politics, and the Body int he Ancient Near East
REL 342 Seminar. Archeology of the Biblical World
REL 343 Seminar. Apocolypse and Armageddon: Envisioning the Endtime

SPAN 252* Christians, Jews, and Moors: The Spirit of Spain in Its Literature
SPAN 267* The Writer and Human Rights in Latin America
SPAN 279 Jewish Women Writers of Latin America