JWSH 327 Jewish Secular Culture
By examining the modern concept of Yiddishkeit (Jewishness), this course explores Jewish secularism as a set of modern intellectual, literary, and cultural practices that redefined the relationship between the secular and religious in literature, music, theatre, art, humor, and foodways. This interdisciplinary course draws on theoretical approaches from history, cultural studies, religious studies, folklore, and linguistics to examine the different secularizing cultural practices of the Jews in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as in North America.
Minor in Jewish Studies
...JWSH 315 The Spanish Inquisition JWSH 318 Jews and Slavs in Eastern Europe JWSH 327...
Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures
...Judaism JWSH 343 The Holocaust in History JWSH 344 Modern Jewish History JWSH 327 Jewish...