RELI 108 - Introduction To Judaism

Description
Survey of post-biblical Judaism as reflected in the literature of the classical rabbinic tradition, mysticism, medieval biblical commentary, legal codes and philosophy, and modern movements such as Hasidism, denominational Judaism, Zionism, and feminist Judaism. Jewish material culture such as synagogue architecture, illuminated manuscripts and ritual artifacts will be included. Students will not receive credit for both RELI 108 and RELI 209.
Attributes
Distribution Group 1, Primary Course
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2017, Fall 2016
Offered
MWF, MWFTu
Avg. Sections
1