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Courses in Jewish Studies, Hebrew and Yiddish


Courses in Other Departments that Satisfy the JWSH Minor

ANTH 465 Genocide and Ethnocide (3 ch): Study of the killing of peoples and cultures. Case studies, focusing primarily on tribal South America. Examination of the implications of these studies as regards our definition of culture and our evaluation of aid programs, missionary efforts, and international business expansion.

HA 305/505 History of Art - Special Study: Intro Islamic Art & Architecture (3 ch)

HA 305/505 History of Art - Special Study: History of the Islamic City (3 ch)

HIST 320 / WGSS 320 From Goddesses to Witches: Women in Premodern Europe (3 ch) HT H This course examines the social, cultural, and political contexts of women's spirituality and their relations to gender relations in Europe from about 30,000 B.C.E. to the 16th century Protestant Reformation. Lectures move both chronologically and topically, covering such subjects as goddess-worshiping cultures, women's roles in Christian and Jewish societies, symbols of women, and male attitudes toward women. Students will be able to participate in weekly discussions of primary and secondary source readings about women. LEC

THR 380 / AMS 344 Case Study in: Jewish American Popular Culture (3 ch), meets with JWSH 300 Topics in Jewish American Popular Culture

THR 302 / 702 Seminar in: Theatre & Genocide (3 ch)THR 302: Undergraduate Seminar in: _____ (3) H Course organized any given semester to study a particular subject matter or to take advantage of special competence by an individual faculty member. Topics change as needs and resources develop. Class discussion, readings, and individual projects. LEC

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