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Jewish Studies Current Courses

Fall 2019

HEBR 1001 Beginners Hebrew I M. Th. 10 - 11.15 a.m., and W. 9 - 10:45 a.m. (LC)

HEBR 1502 Intermediate Hebrew II M. Th. 4 - 5.15 p.m. (LC)

HIST 1850 UHC: Jews in the Ancient and Medieval World M. Th. 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm (Magda Teter, RH) Attributes: Freshreg FC History Soph FRHI, GLBL, UHC, INST, JWST, MVST

HIST 3810 Jews in America M.-Th. 4 - 5:15 p.m. (Ayelet Brinn, LC) Attributes: AMST; Advanced History Core AHC; JWST; PLUR.

HIST 3862 History of New York City (Daniel Soyer, LC, M/Th 2:30 - 3:45 p.m.); Attributes: Advanced History Core AHC; AMST; HIST: American History req HIAH; LALS; Urban Studies URST

HIST 4010 Genocide M, W 11.30-12.45 (Edward Bristow, LC)

HIST 4308 Antisemitism W 11:30 am - 2:15 pm (Magda Teter, RH), and T 6 -8.45PM (Doron Ben-Atar, LC)

PHIL 3665: Philosophy and Judaism in the 20th Century (Crina Gschwandtner MR 10 - 11:15 a.m.)

THEO 3882 Comparative Mysticism (Kathryn Kueny, LC)

LAW course: Islamic, Catholic, and Jewish Laws of War, Economic Regulation and the Environment (Tsvi Blanchard, graduate students only)

Spring 2020

HEBR 1501 Intermediate Hebrew I (Hagit Goral)

HEBR 2001 Hebrew Language and Literature I (Hagit Goral)

HIST 1850 UHC: Jews in Ancient and Medieval World (Magda Teter, LC), Attributes: Freshreg FC History Soph FRHI, GLBL, UHC, INST, JWST, MVST

HIST 3834: Gender, Race, and Mass Media (Ayelet Brinn)

HIST 3925 The Holocaust (Edward Bristow)

ICC Jerusalem: Jewish, Christian, Muslim Perspectives (Sarit Kattan Gribetz, RH)

The History of Jerusalem: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives (Sarit Kattan Gribetz, Graduate)

HIST 3806 US Immigration (Soyer)

LAW course: Jewish Law: Sources, Principles, Jurisprudence (Daniel Sinclair, graduate students only)