JWSH 344 Modern Jewish History
This course explores the complex of interactions between Jews, Judaism, and modernity by examining the challenges to Jewish life and thought, community and culture, self-understanding and survival, from the early modern period to the present day. Through the lenses of religious, cultural, intellectual, and political expression, the course examines the social, economic, and demographic changes in Jewish communities in Western, Central and Eastern Europe, the United States, and Israel along with the impact of antisemitism and the Holocaust. (Same as HIST 344.)
Minor in Jewish Studies
...Honors JWSH 341 Hitler and Nazi Germany JWSH 343 The Holocaust in History JWSH 344...
Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures
...to Judaism JWSH 343 The Holocaust in History JWSH 344 Modern Jewish History JWSH 327...