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Jewish Studies courses in the 2012-2013 Academic Year

Fall Term

Paths to Jewish Emancipation
Michael Miller
4 credits

Problems and Paradigms in Jewish Studies: How to write on Jewish Subjects
Carsten Wilke
2 credits

Interrogating the Archive: Preserving and Interpreting Knowledges of the Past
Interdisciplinary Research Collaborative Seminar
Andrea Pető
2 credits
(cross-listed from the Department of Gender Studies)

Medieval Jewish Civilization
Carsten Wilke
2 credits
(cross-listed from the Department of Medieval Studies)

Yiddish and the Jewish Uses of German
Carsten Wilke
2 credits
(language course)


Winter Term

Topics in Early Modern Jewish History
David Ruderman (University of Pennsylvania)
2 credits (January 14 – February 8, 2013)

The Politics and Culture of Modern East European Jewry
Zvi Gitelman (University of Michigan)
2 credits (March 4-15, 2013)

Israel: Nation-Building, Political Development, War and Peace
Shlomo Avineri (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
2 credits (March 4-15, 2013)

Social History of Central European Jewry
Victor Karady
2 credits

Judaism and Christianity
Carsten Wilke
2 credits

Transnationalism and the Jews of the Nineteenth Century
Carsten Wilke
2 credits

Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism in Historical Perspective
Michael Miller
2 credits

Advanced Source Reading: Medieval Hebrew Text Seminar
Carsten Wilke
2 credits
(language course)

 

Year-Long Course

Excursions into Jewish History and Culture
Carsten Wilke (with Michael Miller and other guests)
2 credits (Fall and Winter Terms )
This course will meet periodically between September and March. It consists of topical introductions taught during excursions and visits to sites of Jewish interest in Hungary.


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