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Jewish Studies Program
6220 Reed Hall, Room 201
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Telephone: (603) 646-0475
E-mail: Jewish.Studies@Dartmouth.edu

 
Program Chair
Ehud Benor
316 Thornton Hall
Telephone: (603) 646-1313
Ehud.Benor@Dartmouth.edu

Administrator

Thérèse Perin-Deville
Therese Perin-Deville@Dartmouth.edu

 

 

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Jewish Studies Course Schedule

Courses by Term:

JWST85: Individual Study and Research - All Terms - Arrange

Summer 2014

  • JWST11/HIST94.9: History & Culture of the Jews II: The Modern Period (SOC/CI) - Heschel - 11
  • JWST34.2/GER44.02/HIST6.11: History of Jews In Germany (SOC/CI) - Heschel - 10

Fall 2014

  • JWST4/REL4: Religion of Israel: The Hebrew Bible (O.T.) (TMV/W) - Lanfer - 2
  • JWST6/REL6: Introduction to Judaism (TMV/W) - Benor - 12
  • JWST24.2/HEB63: Jewish Humor and Its Roots (LIT/W) - Glinert - 2A
  • JWST40.01/GOV40.09: Politics of Israel& Palestine (SOC/INT/NW) - Avishai - 12

 Winter 2015

  • JWST7: (FYS) Nietzsche and the Jews (TMV/CI) - McGillen - 10
  • JWST24/HEB51: The Hebrew of the Bible (LIT/NW) - Ben Yehuda - Arr
  • JWST41/ARTH17.11: Art & Archeology of Israel (ART/NW) - Kangas - 11
  • JWST66/ANTH12.10: Middle Eastern Jewry: From Antiquity to Modern Israel (SOC/CI) - Samin - 2

Spring 2015

  • JWST16/HEB10/AMES17: Introduction to Hebraic and Israeli Culture (LIT/CI) - Glinert - 10A
  • JWST22.2/ENG 53.31: Jews in American Culture: The New York Intellectuals (LIT/W) Milich - 12
  • JWST25.1/WRIT 25: Jewish Literatures and Poetry: On Editing Fiction (LIT/W) Blum - 10A
  • JWST25.2: Jewish Literatures and Poetry - Migrations to Home: Jewish Memoir in the 20th Century (LIT) - Kreiger - 2A
  • JWST42/HEB61: Film, Fiction & the Arab-Israeli Conflict (LIT/CI) - Glinert - 2A
  • JWST62/REL23: Jewish Mysticism (TMV/W) - Benor - 2

Summer 2015

  • JWST11/HIST94.9: History & Culture of the Jews II: The Modern Period (SOC/CI - Heschel - 11
  • JWST34.2/HIST6.11/GER44.2: History of the Jews in Germany (SOC/CI) - Heschel - 10

Fall 2015

  • JWST40.01/GOVT40.09: Politics of Israel and Palestine (SOC/INT/NW) - Avishai - 2

Winter 2016

  • JWST7: Archaeologists, Artists, and Adventures: The Rediscovery of the Holy Land (ART/W) - Kangas - 10A
  • JWST22.01: Jews and Hollywood (ART/W) - Bronski - 10A
  • JWST24/HEB51: The Hebrew of the Bible (LIT/NW) - Ben Yehuda - Arr
  • JWST26/COLT70: European Jewish Intellectuals (LIT/W) - Kritzman - 2A

Spring 2016

  • JWST21/ENG53.24: Jewish American Literature (LIT/CI) - Milich - 12
  • JWST 27.04/COLT64.02/JAPN81: Writing at the Extreme: Jewish and Japanese Responses to Crisis and Catastrophe (LIT/CI) - Washburn/Lelchuck

Modern Hebrew and Biblical Language are available from the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literature (AMELL)

Please check this site often for up-to-date information on course meeting times and course availability. See the Registrar's Web site for the JWST course listings.

Last Updated: 12/19/14