Judaic Studies - Course of Study

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Religious Studies

RS 10 Introduction to Religion: Sacred Writings and Their Representations
RS 10 Introduction to Religious Studies: Peoples of the Book
RS 100 Introduction to Judaism
RS 101 History of the Jewish Experience
RS 150 Jewish Interpretations of Scripture
RS 151 Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
RS 203 Women in Judaism
RS 242 Jews and Judaism in America
RS 244 Faith After the Holocaust
RS 255 Second Temple Judaism and the Dead Sea Scrolls
RS 256 Religious Diversity in Early Judaism and Christianity
RS 340 Modern Jewish Theology


EN 113 Literature of the Holocaust


HI 205 Jews and Christians: A Social History
HI 210 The Third Reich
HI 212 Modern Germany II
HI 214 Modern Jewish History: 1750-Present
HI 304 The Holocaust in History and Memory
HI 317 Religious Outsiders in Early Modern France and Europe
HI 342 Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in U.S. History

Modern Languages and Literatures

HE 110 Elementary Hebrew I
HE 111 Elementary Hebrew II
HE 210 Intermediate Hebrew I
HE 211 Intermediate Hebrew II

Visual and Performing Arts

AH 109 Jewish Art: Moses to Modernity (H)
AH 191 Art and Mythologies of Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, Bolshevik Russia: Comparative Systems/Outcomes (H)
MU 111 The Life and Music of George Gershwin