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American Jewish History

01:563:231
Tuesday/Thursday 5th period (2:50-4:10)
Miller Hall, Room 115
Professor Nancy Sinkoff

This course traces the dynamics of a religious and ethnic minority in North America from the colonial period to the present. In so doing, it surveys crucial events and developments in the Jews’ encounter with North America and explores what these have meant for both Jewish and American cultures. Topics to be covered include: migration, communal and religious innovation, acculturation, ethnicity, and politics. The course will also explore the ways in which Jews have been represented by popular American cultural forms, including fiction and films.

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