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Jewish Studies Categories for Fall 2014 Courses

For Students Who Enrolled at IU Between Summer 2009 and Spring 2011

Language Courses

  • GER-Y 100 Beginning Yiddish I
  • JSTU-B 200 Intermediate Biblical Hebrew I
  • JSTU-H 100 Elementary Hebrew I
  • JSTU-H 150 Elementary Hebrew II
  • JSTU-H 200 Intermediate Modern Hebrew I
  • JSTU-H 250 Intermediate Modern Hebrew II
  • JSTU-H 300 Advanced Modern Hebrew I
  • JSTU-H 477 Victims & Avengers: Readings in the Holocaust Literature of Israel in Hebrew

Core Required Course for Majors

  • JSTU-J 251/HIST-H 251 Introduction to Jewish History: From the Bible to Spanish Expulsion

Literature and the Arts

  • COLL-C103 Critical Approaches to Arts & Humanities (3 cr)
    Topic: Who Wrote the Bible?
  • GER-E 351 / CMLT-C 377 Topics in Yiddish Literature (3 cr.)
    Topic: Fantasy, Realism, and Fiction in Modern Yiddish Literature
  • JSTU-H 477 Victims & Avengers: Readings in the Holocaust Literature of Israel in Hebrew (3 cr)
  • JSTU-J 203 Arts & Humanities Topics in Jewish Studies/HON-H 234 Literature of Time & Place (3 cr)
    Topic: Anne Frank and Hitler: Studies in the Representation of Good and Evil
  • JSTU-L 285 Guns and Roses: Representations of Soldiers and War in Modern Hebrew Literature (3 cr.)
  • JSTU-J 357 / FOLK-F 357 / MUS-M 410 Composer or Genre (3 cr)
    American Jewish Popular Music

  • JSTU-L 377 Victims and Avengers: Readings in the Holocaust Literature of Israel (3 cr)
  • NELC-N 305 Issues in Middle Eastern Literature (3 cr)
    Topic: Solitary Life in the Pre-Modern World: Muslim and Jewish Sources


History and Society

  • COLL-C103 Critical Approaches to Arts & Humanities (3 cr)
    Topic: Power, Politics, and Piety: Nationalism and Territory in Israel/Palestine
  • GER-E 352 / CMLT-C 378 Topics in Yiddish Culture (3 cr.)
    Topic: Fantasy, Realism, and Fiction in Modern Yiddish Literature
  • HIST-A 379 Issues in Modern United States History (3 cr.)
    Topic: Holocaust in American Memory
  • HIST-J 400 Seminar in History (3 cr)
    Topic: Perpetrating Genocide
  • JSTU-H 477 Victims and Avengers: Readings in the Holocaust Litertature of Israel in Hebrew (3 cr)
  • JSTU-J 203 Arts & Humanities Topics in Jewish Studies/HON-H 234 Literature of Time & Place (3 cr)
    Topic: Anne Frank and Hitler: Studies in the Representation of Good and Evil
  • JSTU-J 251/HIST-H 251 Introduction to Jewish History: From the Bible to Spanish Expulsion
  • JSTU-L 285 Guns and Roses: Representations of Soldiers and War in Modern Hebrew Literature (3 cr.)
  • JSTU-J 357 / FOLK-F 357 / MUS-M 410 Composer or Genre (3 cr)
    American Jewish Popular Music

  • JSTU-L 377 Victims and Avengers: Readings in the Holocaust Literature of Israel (3 cr)

Religion and Thought

  • COLL-C103 Critical Approaches to Arts & Humanities (3 cr)
    Topic: Power, Politics, and Piety: Nationalism and Territory in Israel/Palestine; Who Wrote the Bible?
  • JSTU-J 303 Arts & Humanities Topics in Jewish Studies / PHIL-P 305 Topics in the Philosophy of Judaism  / REL-D 362 Religious Issues in Contemporary Judaism (3 cr)
    Topic: 20th Century Jewish Philosophy
  • NELC-N 305 Issues in Middle Eastern Literature (3 cr)
    Topic: Solitary Life in the Pre-Modern World: Muslim and Jewish Sources
  • REL-A 220 Introduction to the New Testament (3 cr.)

Individual Reading Courses in Jewish Studies

  • JSTU-H 495 Individual Readings in Jewish Studies (1-3 cr.)

Honors Courses in Jewish Studies

  • JSTU-H 399 Readings for Honors in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) P: Approval of instructor and honors advisor. Guided readings in preparation for honors thesis.
  • JSTU-H 499 Honors Thesis (3-6 cr.) P: Approval of Program Honors Committee.

Other Jewish Studies Courses

    • JSTU-P 180 Leadership in Jewish Studies (1 cr.) May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits. Only 1 per semester. Does not count in either major or certificate.
    • JSTU-J 498 Internship in Jewish Studies (1-6 cr.) Students need to have a Jewish Studies faculty sponsor and are responsible for finding and securing their own internship. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credit hours.
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