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COMPLIT 100. Global X (HU)

This course explores elements of contemporary US American popular culture within a global framework. Richly contextualized, "Sports Culture," "Apocalypse," "Fairy Tales," or "Vampires" emerge in their complex historical and transnational dimensions. Through a careful selection of guest lectures, "Global X" serves as an introduction to Comparative Literature.

COMPLIT 122. Writing World Literatures (4)

(FYWR)May not be repeated for credit. An intensive writing course focusing on multiple translations of works, asking students to consider how these translation reflect different cultural times and milieu as well as choices in language. Students work intensely with issues of composition, argument, and source material related to the creative texts.

COMPLIT 140. First-Year Literary Seminar (3) (HU)

Enrollment restricted to first-year students, including those with sophomore standing. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. A course in the LS&A First-Year Seminar Program. Led by a faculty member, this course is a study of selected topics in literature through classroom discussion and the writing of essays.

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Core Courses

What is Judaism?

Julian Levinson

Judaic 205/505

HU

4 credits

M/W 10--11:30am

Sources of Jewish History

Jeff Veidlinger

Judaic 210

HU

3 credits

T/TH 1-2:30pm

Undergraduate Electives

Experiential Learning in Judaic Studies

Elliot Ginsburg

Judaic 310

3 credits

Thursday 4-6pm

40 hours field experience placement at a local community organization during the semester

Men Of The Bible

Rebecca Wollenberg

Judaic 318.001

HU

3 credits

M/W 10-11:30am

The Arab-Israeli Conflict in Middle Eastern Literature and Film

Carol Bardenstein

Judaic 318.002

HU

3 credits

T/TH 11:30-1pm

Blacks and Jews in the Arab World

Bryan Roby

Judaic 318.003

HU

3 credits

M/W 2:30-4pm

Yiddish Classics & Modernity

Mikhail Krutikov

Judaic 318.004

HU

3 credits

T/Th 1-2:30pm

Modern Jewish Thought

Yossi Turner

Judaic 318.005

3 credits:

HU

T/TH 10-11:30am