Courses in Jewish Studies

All of the following courses count toward the minor in Jewish Studies. For a complete and up to date list of courses and minor requirements, please visit Rice General Announcements.

ANTHROPOLOGY:

  • ANTH 365: Politics of Representation
  • ANTH 376: Art & Activism
  • ANTH 322: Global Im/mobilities: Borders, Migration, and Citizenship

ENGLISH:

  • ENGL 265: Jewish-American Literature

FIRST YEAR WRITING:

  • FWIS 101: The Bible in Popular Culture
  • FWIS 124: Witnessing the Holocaust
  • FWIS 133: Women and the Holocaust
  • FWIS 177: Bizarre Biblical Stories
  • FWIS 199: Jews on Film

GERMAN:

  • GERM 322: Marx, Freud, Einstein: Forebearers of Modernity
  • GERM 325: Modern German Writers: Kafka
  • GERM 329: Literature of the Holocaust and Exile
  • GERM 336: National Socialism and Film
  • GERM 351: Holocaust Memory in Modern Germany
  • GERM 352: The Politics of the Flesh
  • GERM 425: Vienna and Its People

HEBREW:

  • HEBR 125: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew I
  • HEBR 126: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew II

HISTORY:

  • HIST 186: Historical Survey of Jewish Civilization
  • HIST 205: Medieval Mediterranean World
  • HIST 316: Jews and Christians in the Medieval Islamic World
  • HIST 324: Coexistence in Medieval Spain
  • HIST 357: Jews and Christians in Medieval Europe
  • HIST 374: Jewish History, 1500-1948
  • HIST 381: God, Time and History
  • HIST 443: Multicultural Europe, 1400-1700

HISTORY OF ART:

  • HART 377: Medieval Manuscripts
  • HART 387: Holocaust Memory in Germany
  • HART 435: Multicultural Europe, 1400-1700

HUMANITIES:

  • HUMA 322: Marx, Freud, Einstein: Forebearers of Modernity
  • HUMA 325: Modern German Writers: Kafka
  • HUMA 329: Literature of the Holocaust and Exile

JEWISH STUDIES:

  • JWST 120: Israel: Language & Culture I
  • JWST 121: Israel: Language & Culture II
  • JWST 238: Europe and Its Others: Race, Religion, and Multiculturalism
  • JWST 301: Jewish Food
  • JWST 317: Jewish Graphic Novel
  • JWST 318: Israeli Women Writers
  • JWST 325: Jewish Houston
  • JWST 338: Becoming Americans
  • JWST 348: Sex and Gender in Modern Jewish Culture
  • JWST 351: Holocaust Representation

MEDIEVAL/EARLY MODERN STUDIES:

  • MDEM 116: Mysticism Throughout the Ages
  • MDEM 205: Medieval Mediterranean World
  • MDEM 324: Coexistence in Medieval Spain
  • MDEM 357: Jews and Christians in Medieval Europe
  • MDEM 377: Medieval Manuscripts
  • MDEM 435: Multicultural Europe, 1400-1700

RELIGION:

  • RELI 104: Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
  • RELI 108: Introduction to Judaism
  • RELI 116: Mysticism Throughout the Ages
  • RELI 125: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew I
  • RELI 126: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew II
  • RELI 213: The Prophet Jeremiah
  • RELI 215: Mystic Cinema: Kabbalah in Film
  • RELI 243: The Book of Genesis
  • RELI 329: The Bible in Popular Culture
  • RELI 339: Apocalypse Then and Now
  • RELI 341: American Judaism
  • RELI 363: Jewish Philosophy
  • RELI 381: The Messiah
  • RELI 382: Lost Judaisms: The Apocryphal Writings
  • RELI 383: The Dead Sea Scrolls
  • RELI 385: God, Time and History
  • RELI 388: Psalms and Poetry
  • RELI 392: Jerusalem: Holy City in Time and Imagination

SOCIOLOGY:

  • SOCI 363: African American Jewish Relations
  • SOCI 365: Politics of Representation
  • SOCI 376: Art & Activism

WOMEN, GENDER, & SEXUALITY:

  • SWGS 318: Israeli Women Writers
  • SWGS 348: Sex and Gender in Modern Jewish Culture