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Graduate Fall 2000 Courses

 

JS 540: Rabbinic Judaism: Mishnah
JS 597R: Directed Study
JS 598R: Thesis/Exam Research
JS 599R: Thesis
JS 730R: Jewish Feminist Thought
JS 730R: Material Culture: Biblical World

 

JS 540-00P: Rabbinic Judaism: Mishnah
Broyde, Time: TTh 4-5:15, MAX: 2

Content: TBA

Particulars: Permission of instructor required

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JS 597R-000: Directed Study
Faculty
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JS 598R-000: Thesis/Exam Preparation
Faculty
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JS 599-000: Thesis
Faculty
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JS 730R-00P: Jewish Feminist Thought
Peskowitz
, Thurs. 6:30pm - 9:30pm, MAX: 10

Content: This course engages the new scholarship on gender and sexuality in Jewish Studies. Books to be read may include Levitt, Jews and Feminism: The Ambivalent Search for Home; Rebecca Alpert, Like Bread on the Seder Plate; Daniel Boyarin, Unheroic Conduct; Riv Ellen Prell, Fighting to Become American; and Miriam Peskowitz, Spinning Fantasies: Rabbis, Gender and History.

Requirements: Graduate students only. Permission of the instructor. Weekly readings and writings; major term project. Students will at times attend JS 345 "Women & Judaism" Tues/Thurs 10:00-11:15AM. (Be sure both times agree with your schedule.)

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JS 730R-01P: Material Culture: Biblical World
Borowski, Time: Tu 5:15-6:15

Content: TBA

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