Middlebury

Requirements

This program offers a minor in Jewish Studies to students who complete the following requirements:

(1) One of the following courses that offer a broad introduction to the study of Judaism:

RELI/JWST 0160 The Jewish Tradition
RELI/JWST 0161 Making of Modern Jewish Life
RELI/CLAS 0162 The Formation of Judaism in Antiquity
RELI/JWST 0165 Cultures of the Jews

(2) Three additional courses pertinent to Jewish Studies from among the following:

ENAM/LITS 1022 Kafka and his Influence
GRMN/JWST 0325 Representing the Unthinkable: The Holocaust in Art and Literature

HEBM 0230 Israeli Authors

HEBM 0236 Israel from the Margins

HIST/JWST 0250 The Jews in Modern Europe

HIST/JWST 0257 The Holocaust

HIST/JWST 0424 Readings in Modern European History: The Nazis and the Jews

INTD/JWST 1156 Jewish Humor: No Joke!

JWST/SOAN 0234 State and Society in Contemporary Israel

RELI/ENAM 0180 Biblical Literature

RELI/JWST 0260 Classical Jewish Texts

RELI/JWST 0280 Hebrew Bible / Old Testament

Up to two courses in Hebrew language or texts (HEBR or HEBM 0201 and higher) may count toward the requirements for the minor

(3) A 0300-level seminar in Jewish Studies;

RELI/JWST 0360 Seminar in Jewish Thought

RELI/JWST 0362 Zionism: Idea and Realities

RELI/JWST 0380 Seminar in Biblical Studies

Other appropriate courses may be substituted for courses in categories (2) or (3) with the permission of the program director.

Program in Jewish Studies

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