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Courses - Summer 2020

Jewish Studies Courses

 

JEWISH STUDIES


JWSH 124 – Understanding the Bible
Online, 6/2-7/24, Paul Mirecki
An introduction to the literature of the Bible, exploring the relationships among the various types of literature present and the function of each type in the history and religious life of the people who produced and used them. Cannot be taken concurrently with REL 311 or JWSH 321 or REL 315. Not open to students who have taken REL 125 or JWSH 125. Same as REL 124.

JWSH 434 – Arab Palestinian Society, Culture, and Politics in Israel
Online, 6/2-7/24, Dr. Rami Zeedan
This course introduces students to the study of Arab-Palestinians in Israel, by exploring the construction of Palestinian identity, their social and political structures, their culture, relations with Israeli Jews, and the status of integration vs. segregation within Israel.


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