HIST 032 - (HP) American Jewish Identities
Semester Hours: 3
This course will explore the diversity of Jewish identities in the US from a historical perspective. Students will survey the creative paths that Jewish communities and individuals have taken to negotiate and reimagine memories, experiences, and traditions in conversation with each other and with other collectives in American society. Topics will include the relationship between immigration and assimilation, antisemitism and freedom, Zionism and diasporism, communal agreements and polemics, gender constructions and religious differences, ethnic crossovers and racial tensions, and political participation and popular culture.
Same as JWST 020 . Credit for this course or JWST 020. (Formerly, JWST 101 R (HP) Special Topics in Jewish Studies: American Jews and Judaism; Formerly JWST 101 B (HP) Jews and Judaism in America).
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