The Holocaust and American Life


Register Now! JEW ST 337 / HSTAA 337 Professor: Susan Glenn TTH 3:30 pm - 5:20 pm; F quiz section Credits: 5 I&S / DIV / W In most accounts, "the Holocaust" is told as a European story, but it was also a transatlantic story. This course incorporates film, literature, journalism, social scientific writing,

Introduction to Judaism


  Register Now! JEW ST 145 / RELIG 145 Professor: Mika Ahuvia MWF 8:30 am - 9:50 am Credits: 5 I&S Explore Judaism’s sacred stories, holidays, and rituals. Discover Judaism’s impact on society, culture, and politics. Through the lens of Jewish history, grapple with fundamental questions about the role of individuals and community in an increasingly

Biblical Prophets


Register Now! NEAR E 305 / NEAR 505 / RELIG 315 Professor: Gary Martin Credits: 3 VLPA/I&S TTh 1:30 pm - 3:20 pm Explores the biblical prophets (in translation) within their Near Eastern contexts. Studies them for their historicity, literary and rhetorical sophistication, and ideological agendas. Seeks to uncover the meaning and distinctiveness of