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AIS: Judaic Studies

Co-Conveners:
Ira Spar
Michael Riff
Co-Conveners: Faculty:
Ira Spar
Michael Riff
Paul H. Elovitz

Shalom Gorewitz (CA)
Marshall Harth (SSHS)

Anthony T. Padovano
Peter Scheckner


About the Minor

The Judaic Studies minor offers a program of study in Jewish history and culture that provides understanding of Jewish heritage and contributions to Western and Middle Eastern culture. Students may use the facilities of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies housed at Ramapo College.

Requirements of the Minor


Subject & Course # Title & Course Description
Required Foundation Course:
HIST 264 JEWS IN 20TH CENTURY EUROPE

Elective Choices: Choose 4 courses from the following:

AMER 309 HOLOCAUST AND MEDIA
HIST 232 IMMIGRATION TO AMERICA
HIST 263 GERMAN HISTORY
HIST 340 BIBLICAL ARCHACOLOGY AND HISTORY
HIST 354 MODERNISM AND ITS DISCONTENTS
LAWS 345 ANCIENT FAMILY LAW
LITR 265 (was 219) HEBREW BIBLE
LITR 366 (was 348) LITERATURE OF HOLOCAUST
SOCI 331 SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION
Any two courses in Hebrew Language can count as one of the above electives:
LANG 151 FOUNDATIONS OF HEBREW I
LANG 152 FOUNDATIONS OF HEBREW II
LANG 251 INTERMEDIATE HEBREW I
LANG 252 INTERMEDIATE HEBREW II
 
Note: Some of these courses can be fulfilled in a study abroad program offered by Ramapo College. Check with the convener of the minor for approval.


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