Jewish History: A.D. 70 to the Present

Jewish History: A.D. 70 to the Present
Jewish diaspora, Jewish life in Europe; Yiddish culture; development of Zionism; emergence of modern Israel; Jewish-Christian relations; Jewish contributions to culture and society in the United States.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 TaughtFall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department
 ProgramsContaining HIST 244
Course Outcomes: 

Historical Knowledge of Jewish History

Gain a historical consciousness by demonstrating an understanding of major developments in Jewish and history, and understand key historical terms and theories.

Effective and Ethical Research

Demonstrate proficiency in using the historical method of research effectively by skillfully and honestly using interdisciplinary prinary and secondary sources.

Critical Analysis

Acquire the ability to analyze historical questions and issues clearly, assess historical information accurately and distinguish between questionable and valid historical assertions.

Analytical Writing

Skillfully integrate sources into a coherent argument expressed through a clear, well-written style and throrough oral communication.

Recognize Anti-Semitism

Recognize anti-Semitic arguments.

Understand Jewish Identity

Gain an understanding of the complexities of modern Jewish identity.

Appreciate Jewish Contributions

Appreciate the contribution of Jewish people to the world.