Course Clusters

Religion:

  • PHIL 230. Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
  • PSYC 308. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
  • REL 108. Religion and Society in the West I
  • REL 109. Religion and Society in the West II
  • REL 110. World Religions
  • REL 116. Faith and Self in Global Context
  • REL 120. A History of Judaism
  • REL 130. Jewish Customs and Ceremonies
  • REL 201. Hebrew Bible in English
  • REL 242. The Holocaust: Religious Responses
  • REL 415. Introductory Readings of the Talmud
  • REL 416. Readings in Rabbinic Midrash
  • REL 442. History of Early Judaism
  • REL 496. Topics in the History of Judaism
  • REL 498. Topics in Biblical Studies

Culture:

  • ANTH 161. The Holocaust and Its Meanings
  • ANTH 275. The World of Jewish Sepharad
  • ANTH 290. Jewish Cultures of the World 
  • CMN. 232 Intro to Intercultural Communication
  • CWL 221. Jewish Storytelling: From the Russian Shtetl to New York 
  • CWL 320. Literary Responses to the Holocaust 
  • CWL 421. Jewish Life-Writing 
  • EPS 310. Race and Cultural Diversity
  • ENGL 272. Minority Images in American Film 
  • ENGL 284. Modern Jewish Literature 
  • ENGL 460. Literature of American Minorities 
  • GER 261. The Holocaust in Context 
  • GLBL 100. Intro to Global Studies
  • GCL 143. Mapping Inequalities
  • JS 209. Jewish American and US Minority Literatures in Dialogue
  • JS 454. Women, Cinema and Society
  • PS 201. Racial and Ethnic Politics
  • PSYC. Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
  • REL 101. The Bible as Literature 
  • REL 201. Hebrew Bible in English 
  • SOCW 300. Diversity: Identities & Issues
  • SOCW 473. Immigration, Health & Society
  • SOC 225. Race and Ethnicity

History:

  • HIST 135. History of the Islamic Middle East 
  • HIST 252. The Holocaust 
  • HIST 261. Introduction to Russian-Jewish Culture 
  • HIST 269. Jewish History since 1700 
  • HIST 281. Constructing Race in America 
  • HIST 337. The Middle East in the Twentieth Century 
  • HIST 355. Soviet Jewish History 
  • HIST 433. The History of the Jews in the Diaspora 
  • HIST 456. Twentieth-Century Germany 
  • HIST 472. Immigrant America
  • JS 201. HIstory of Antisemitism 
  • PS 152. The New Middle East
  • PS 347. Government and Politics in the Middle East 
  • REL 106. Archaeology of the Bible 
  • REL 235. History of Religion in America 
  • REL 458. Christians and Jews 1099-1789 

Language:

  • HEBR 199. Undergraduate Open Seminar 
  • HEBR 205. Intensive Biblical Hebrew 
  • HEBR 403. Intermediary Modern Hebrew I 
  • HEBR 404. Intermediary Modern Hebrew II
  • HEBR 405. Advanced Modern Hebrew I
  • HEBR 406. Advanced Modern Hebrew II
  • HEBR 407. Topics in Hebrew Language and Literature I 
  • HEBR 408. Topics in Hebrew Language and Literature II
  • YDSH 103. Intermediate Yiddish I 
  • YDSH 104. Intermediate Yiddish II