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Course Offerings

FALL 2016

ENGL 3220W/HEJS 3401W: Jewish American Literature and Culture, Dr. Nehama Aschkenasy, Tues/Thurs 2:00-3:15 PM

  • With a special guest lecture by Dr. Eric Goldman: Early Jewish Moguls, Producers, & Directors who contributed to the Hollywood Film Industry. — September 29th at 2:00 PM at UConn-Stamford, R. 3.40

POLS 2998W: Religion & Politics, Dr. Beth Ginsberg, Tues/Thurs, 12:30-1:45 PM, R 2.26

Courses begin Monday, August 29, 2016. Seniors wishing to audit a course can register beginning Monday, September 12, 2016 through the Office of the Registrar, located on the 2nd floor at UConn-Stamford. Seats are limited. For more information, contact the Center at stamfordjudaicstudies@uconn.edu or (203) 251-9525. Click HERE for full directory of courses.

SPRING 2016

HEJS 1103: Literature and Civilization of the Jewish People, Dr. Nehama Aschkenasy

HEJS 3203: The Holocaust, Dr. Joel Blatt

ENG 3629: Introduction to Holocaust Literature, Dr. Fred Roden

FALL 2015

ENG 3318: Politics, Society and Gender in Contemporary Middle Eastern Writings, Dr. Nehama Aschkenasy

  • With a special guest lecture on the Israeli movie by Dr. Eric Goldman of Yeshiva University, recent co-host of the series The Jewish Experience on Film on the Turner Classic Movies network.

POLS 2998W: Religion & Politics, Dr. Beth Ginsberg

ENGS 4600W: Spiritual Autobiography, Dr. Fred Roden

  • With a special guest lecture by Dr. Joy Ladin of Yeshiva University, author of Through the Door of Life: A Jewish Journey Between Genders. (Co-sponsored by the Center for Judaic & Middle Eastern Studies; the Program Committee; and the Center for Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.)

SPRING 2015 

ENGL 3220/HEJS 3401: Jewish American Literature and Culture, Dr. Nehama Aschkenasy

FALL 2014 

ENGL 4600W: The Bible As / In Literature, Dr. Nehama Aschkenasy

HIST 3418/HEJS 3203 The Holocaust, Dr. Joel Blatt

HIST 3705: Modern Middle East, Dr. Joy Land

POLS 2998: Political Issues: Religion & Politics, Dr. Beth Ginsberg

POLS 3447: American Diplomacy in the Middle East, Dr. Jeffrey Lefebvre

PAST CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

JUDS 1103 / HEB 1103: Literature and Civilization of the Jewish People

JUDS 3203 / HEB 3203/HIST 3418: The Holocaust

ENGL 217: The Bible as Literature

ENGL 240 / JUDS 397: Literature and Religion

ENGL 268 / SOC 243: Holocaust Diaries and Fiction

ENGL 3260: The Bible

ENGL 3318: Literature and Culture of the Third World – Politics, Society and Gender in Contemporary Middle Eastern Writings

ENGL 3609 Women in Literature: From the Biblical Eve to the New York Socialite

ENGL 3623 / WS 3998: Sexual Politics & the Family in Biblical Civilization & Literature

ENGL 3629: Introduction to Holocaust Literature

ENG 4600W: Literature & the Spiritual Journey

HEB 298 /ANTH 298: A Study of Three Religions

HIST 218 / HEB 218: Palestine Under the Greeks and Romans

HIST 3301: Ancient Near East

HIST 3705: Modern Middle East, From 1700-Present

POLS 296: Politics in the Middle East

POLS 2998W: Religion and Politics

POLS 3462: International Relations of the Middle East

POLS 3777: American Diplomacy in the Middle East

GRADUATE COURSES

CLCS 5301 / JUDS 5397: Politics, Society and Gender in Contemporary Middle Eastern Literature (Israeli and Arab)

CLCS 5306 / WS 5397: Sexual Politics & the Family in Biblical Civilization & Literature

CLCS 306 / JUDS 397: Literature and Religion