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Jewish Studies & Crosslisted Graduate Level Courses

Fall 2012 Jewish Studies Graduate Courses

Aesthetics of Jewish Life (3 cr.)
Judah Cohen
FOLK-F 634 Jewish Folklore and Ethnology #32522
Monday 9:00-11:30

Yiddish Life: On Page, On Stage, On Screen (3 cr.)
Dov‐Ber Kerler
GER‐Y 505 Topics in Yiddish Literature #32705
2nd 8 weeks course
MW 4:00‐6:15
Meets with GER-E 351

Readings in Yiddish Ethnography and Folklore (3 cr.) -- CANCELLED

Readings in Hebrew (3 cr.)
Rachel Naor
JSTU-H 500 Topics in Jewish Studies
Arranged

Jewish Studies as an Academic Discipline: Europe, Israel, America (4 cr.)
Shaul Magid
JSTU‐H 520 Colloquium in Jewish Studies #29925
Tuesday 9:30-11:30
Required course for Jewish Studies M.A. and doctoral minor students

Biblical Themes in Modern Hebrew Literature (3 cr.)
Stephen Katz
NELC‐N 695 #25891
MTR 4:00-5:15
Meets with JSTU-L 390

Introduction to Jewish Mysticism (3 cr.) CANCELLED

LANGUAGE COURSES

Beginning Yiddish I (3 cr.)
Avi Lang
GER‐Y 501 #22981
MWF 9:30-10:45
Meets with GER-Y 100

Elementary Hebrew I (3 cr.)
NELC‐H 501
MTWR 10:10‐11:00 Rachel Naor #20075
MTWR 11:15‐12:05 Rachel Naor  #22670
MTWR 12:20‐1:10 Michal Maoz‐Levy #22656
Meets with JSTU-H 100

Intermediate Modern Hebrew I (3 cr.)
NELC‐H 503
P: Grade of C or higher in NELC‐H 502
MTWR 10:10‐11:00 Ayelet Weiss
MTWR 11:15‐12:05 Michal Maoz-Levy #20077
MTWR 12:20‐1:10 Ayelet Weiss #20078
Meets with JSTU-H 200

Advanced Modern Hebrew I (3 cr.)
Michal Maoz‐Levy  
NELC‐H 505 #22239
P: Grade of C or higher in NELC‐H 504
MWF 10:10-11:00
Meets with JSTU-H 300

Directed Readings in Hebrew (1‐6 cr.)
Ayelet Weiss #28774
NELC N 591
P: NELC‐H 506 or equivalent proficiency
Arranged


Individual Readings and Arranged Courses

Individual Readings in Yiddish Studies: Language, Literature, & Culture (1‐4 cr.)
GER‐Y 815 #17993
Arranged

Individual Readings in Jewish Studies (1‐3 cr.)
JSTU‐H 595 #18734
Arranged

Internship in Jewish Studies (1‐6 cr.)
JSTU-P 598 #32724
S/F grading. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credits.
Arranged