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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 0261 Jewish Thought: Modern Era

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

ENAM/LITS 1022 Kafka and his Influence
ENAM 0458 Merchants of Venice
GRMN/JWST 0325 Representing the Unthinkable: The Holocaust in Art and Literature

HEBM 254 Rite/Ritual: Israel & Society
HEBM 0258 Israeli Society Through Film

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

JWST/RELI 0297 Middle East Political Religion

RELI/ENAM 0180 Biblical Literature

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 0356 Islam and Judaism

RELI/JWST 0360 Seminar in Jewish Thought

RELI/JWST 0362 Religion and Nationalism - Israel and Palestine

RELI/JWST 0380 Seminar in Biblical Studies

RELI 0388 Job and the Problem of Evil

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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MiddleburyVT 05753