JWST Minor Requirements:

in addition to JWST 2003, twelve (12) hours of Jewish Studies electives are needed. Other courses with significant Jewish Studies-related content and the possibility for an additional Jewish Studies project (for example Religious Studies courses, Middle East Studies courses, or appropriate literature or cinema courses), subject to approval by the chair of the Jewish Studies program, will also be considered.

Beginning with the French Revolution, modern times brought profound change to the Jewish communities of the world. Starting out members a self-governing community, with its own language, dress, customs and religion, and subject to pervasive discrimination, Jews became (or aspired to become) citizens of their country, dressing and acting much like their non-Jewish neighbors, free from both the restraints of the community and discrimination from the non-Jewish world. What does Jewishness mean after such a transformation? This course will focus on answers to that question. PHIL 4103/5103
WLLC 575V-011

Taught by Dr. Jacob Adler. M-F 11:00 - 12:30.

 Taught by Dr. Jacob Adler. Time T/Th 2:00 - 3:15.
Taught by Dr. Richard Sonn. T/Th 3:30 - 4:45
Taught by Dr. Jennifer Hoyer. (Contact for more information)

Other Unique Program Courses