Courses by Area

PLEASE NOTE:
NOT ALL COURSES LISTED BELOW ARE OFFERED IN A GIVEN YEAR.
PLEASE CONSULT THE COURSE SCHEDULE FOR A LIST OF COURSES OFFERED IN THAT YEAR.

Antiquity to the Middle Ages

  • AP/HEB 3210 3.0 Selections from Hebrew Legal-Religious Texts: Reading and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3211 3.0 Selections from Hebrew Legal-Religious Texts: Reading and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3220 3.0 Hebrew Liturgical Texts: Origins, Contexts and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3221 3.0 Hebrew Liturgical Texts: Origins, Contexts and Analysis (in translation)
  • AP/HEB 3230 3.0 The Literature of Celebration and Commemoration
  • AP/HEB 3231 3.0 The Literature of Celebration and Commemoration (in translation)
  • AP/HEB 3320 3.0 Exodus: Text and Classical Interpretation
  • AP/HEB 3330 3.0 Deuteronomy: Text and Classical Interpretation
  • AP/HIST 3110 6.0 Ancient Israel: From Its Origins in the Settlement to the Babylonian Exile
  • AP/HIST 4100 6.0 Selected Problems in Israelite History
  • AP/HUMA 1850 6.0 The Bible and Modern Contexts
  • AP/HUMA 1870 6.0 The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and the Arts
  • AP/HUMA 3425 3.0 Dead Sea Scrolls
  • AP/HUMA 3810 6.0 Ancient Israelite Literature: The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in Context
  • AP/HUMA 3822 3.0 Judah Halevi: Poet and Philosopher
  • AP/HUMA 3823 3.0 Greeks and Jews in the Hellenistic World
  • AP/HUMA 3831 3.0 Torah and Tradition: Jewish Religious Expressions from Antiquity to the Present
  • AP/HUMA 3840 6.0 Rabbinic Judaism: Thought and Institutions
  • AP/HUMA 4803 6.0 Church, Mosque and Synagogue: Jews, Muslims and Christians in Medieval Spain
  • AP/HUMA 4807 6.0 Maimonides
  • AP/HUMA 4808 6.0 Sex and Violence in the Hebrew Bible
  • AP/HUMA 4809 6.0 The Hebrew Bible and the Literature of the Ancient Near East
  • AP/HUMA 4811 3.0 Golden Age? The Jews in Muslim and Christian Spain
  • AP/HUMA 4819 6.0 Visions of the End: Early Jewish and Christian Apocalypticism
  • AP/HUMA 4820 3.0 Transformation of Jewish Thought and Culture
  • AP/GL GWST 3560 3.0 Bad Girls in the Bible, Part One: Hebrew
  • FA/VISA 3680R 3.0 Jewish Art and Architecture in Antiquity
  • GL/HUMA/EN 3900 6.0 The Torah (The Five Books of Moses)

Early Modern to Contemporary Studies

  • AP/HEB 3600 6.0 Themes in Modern Israeli Literature and Society
  • AP/HEB 3710 3.0 Diaspora, Home, Nostalgia: Modern Jewish Women's Literature
  • AP/HEB 3770 3.0 Inventing Israel: Culture, Crisis and Continuity in Israeli Literature
  • AP/HIST 3261 3.0 Creating Israel: the Zionist Idea, 1870-1948
  • AP/HIST 3386 3.0 Cooperation, Competition, and Conflict: Jews and non-Jews in Eastern Europe, 1914-1945
  • AP/HIST 3555 6.0 Canadian Jewish History
  • AP/HIST 3860 6.0 Modern History of the Jews
  • AP/HIST 4385 6.0 The Emperors' Jews: History and Culture of the Jews in Eastern Europe
  • AP/HUMA 1850 6.0 The Bible and Modern Contexts
  • AP/HUMA 3519 6.0 Contemporary Women's Rituals: An Introduction
  • AP/HUMA 3810 6.0 Ancient Israelite Literature: The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in Context
  • AP/HUMA 3825 6.0 The Holocaust in Cross-Cultural Context: Canada, Germany, Poland
  • AP/HUMA/HIST 3829 3.0 Antisemitism from the Enlightenment to the Holocaust and Beyond
  • AP/HUMA 3847 3.0 Outsiders Inside: Jews in American Popular Culture
  • AP/HUMA 3850 6.0 The Final Solution: Perspectives on the Holocaust
  • AP/HUMA 3855 6.0 Imagining the Worst: Responses to the Holocaust
  • AP/HUMA 3856 3.0 Women and the Holocaust
  • AP/HUMA 4750 3.0 Gender and Sexuality in Jewish Life
  • AP/HUMA 4818 3.0 Shaping Jewish Memory: Meaning, Imagination, and Identity
  • AP/HUMA 4820 3.0 Transformation of Jewish Thought and Culture
  • AP/HUMA 4821 3.0 Culture, Society and Values in Israel
  • AP/HUMA 4822 3.0 Gender and Womanhood in Israel
  • AP/HUMA 4823 3.0 Contemporary Israeli Society
  • AP/HUMA 4824 3.0 Imagining Anne Frank: The Girl, the Diary, the Afterlives
  • AP/POLS 3260 6.0 War and Peace in the Middle East
  • AP/SOSC 3917 6.0 Contemporary Jewish Life in North America
  • AP/SOSC 3918 6.0 Sephardic Jews: Analysis of Survival/Sephardi Jews of Muslim Lands
  • FA/VISA 3650 3.0 Art in Crisis

Literature, Culture and the Arts

  • AP/HEB 3220 3.0 Hebrew Liturgical Texts: Origins, Contexts and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3230 3.0 The Literature of Celebration and Commemoration
  • AP/HEB 3231 3.0 The Literature of Celebration and Commemoration (in translation)
  • AP/HEB 3600 6.0 Themes in Modern Israeli Literature and Society
  • AP/HEB 3710 3.0 Diaspora, Home, Nostalgia: Modern Jewish Women's Literature
  • AP/HEB 3770 3.0 Inventing Israel: Culture, Crisis and Continuity in Israeli Literature
  • AP/HUMA 1870 6.0 The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and the Arts
  • AP/HUMA 2850 9.0 The Jewish Experience: Symbiosis and Rejection
  • AP/HUMA 3810 6.0 Ancient Israelite Literature: The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in Context
  • AP/HUMA 3822 3.0 Judah Halevi: Poet and Philosopher
  • AP/HUMA 3847 3.0 Outsiders Inside: Jews in American Popular Culture
  • AP/HUMA 4809 6.0 The Hebrew Bible and the Literature of the Ancient Near East
  • AP/HUMA 4818 3.0 Shaping Jewish Memory: Meaning, Imagination, and Identity
  • AP/HUMA 4820 3.0 Transformation of Jewish Thought and Culture
  • AP/HUMA 4821 3.0 Culture, Society and Values in Israel
  • AP/HUMA 4822 3.0 Gender and Womanhood in Israel
  • AP/HUMA 4823 3.0 Contemporary Israeli Society
  • AP/HUMA 4824 3.0 Imagining Anne Frank: The Girl, the Diary, the Afterlives
  • FA/MUSI 1045 3.0 Klezmer Ensemble
  • FA/MUSI 1099A 3.0/6.0 World Music: Individual Instruction - Ashkenazi and Sephardic Vocal Music
  • FA/MUSI 2045 3.0 Klezmer Ensemble
  • FA/MUSI 2099A 3.0/6.0 World Music: Individual Instruction - Ashkenazi and Sephardic Vocal Music
  • FA/MUSI 3045 3.0 Klezmer Ensemble
  • FA/MUSI 3099A 3.0/6.0 World Music: Individual Instruction - Ashkenazi and Sephardic Vocal Music
  • FA/MUSI 4045 3.0 Klezmer Ensemble
  • FA/MUSI 4099A 3.0/6.0 World Music: Individual Instruction - Ashkenazi and Sephardic Vocal Music
  • FA/VISA 3650 3.0 Art in Crisis
  • FA/VISA 3680R 3.0 Jewish Art and Architecture in Antiquity

History and Social Sciences

  • AP/HIST 3110 6.0 Ancient Israel: From Its Origins in the Settlement to the Babylonian Exile
  • AP/HIST 3261 3.0 Creating Israel: the Zionist Idea, 1870-1948
  • AP/HIST 3386 3.0 Cooperation, Competition, and Conflict: Jews and non-Jews in Eastern Europe, 1914-1945
  • AP/HIST 3555 6.0 Canadian Jewish History
  • AP/HIST 3860 6.0 Modern History of the Jews
  • AP/HIST 4385 6.0 The Emperors' Jews: History and Culture of the Jews in Eastern Europe
  • AP/HIST 4505 6.0 Canadian Labour and Immigration History
  • AP/HUMA 2850 9.0 The Jewish Experience: Symbiosis and Rejection
  • AP/HUMA 3823 3.0 Greeks and Jews in the Hellenistic World
  • AP/HUMA 3825 6.0 The Holocaust in Cross-Cultural Context: Canada, Germany, Poland
  • AP/HUMA/HIST 3829 3.0 Antisemitism from the Enlightenment to the Holocaust and Beyond
  • AP/HUMA 3850 6.0 The Final Solution: Perspectives on the Holocaust
  • AP/HUMA 4750 3.0 Gender and Sexuality in Jewish Life
  • AP/HUMA 4803 6.0 Church, Mosque and Synagogue: Jews, Muslims and Christians in Medieval Spain
  • AP/HUMA 4811 3.0 Golden Age? The Jews in Muslim and Christian Spain
  • AP/HUMA 4822 3.0 Gender and Womanhood in Israel
  • AP/HUMA 4823 3.0 Contemporary Israeli Society
  • AP/POLS 3260 6.0 War and Peace in the Middle East
  • AP/SOSC 3917 6.0 Contemporary Jewish Life in North America
  • AP/SOSC 3918 6.0 Sephardic Jews: Analysis of Survival/Sephardi Jews of Muslim Lands

Classical Jewish Texts

  • AP/HEB 3210 3.0 Selections from Hebrew Legal-Religious Texts: Reading and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3211 3.0 Selections from Hebrew Legal-Religious Texts: Reading and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3220 3.0 Hebrew Liturgical Texts: Origins, Contexts and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3221 3.0 Hebrew Liturgical Texts: Origins, Contexts and Analysis (in translation)
  • AP/HEB 3230 3.0 The Literature of Celebration and Commemoration
  • AP/HEB 3231 3.0 The Literature of Celebration and Commemoration (in translation)
  • AP/HEB 3320 3.0 Exodus: Text and Classical Interpretation
  • AP/HEB 3330 3.0 Deuteronomy: Text and Classical Interpretation
  • AP/HUMA 3810 6.0 Ancient Israelite Literature: The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in Context
  • AP/HUMA 3840 6.0 Rabbinic Judaism: Thought and Institutions
  • AP/HUMA 4807 6.0 Maimonides
  • AP/HUMA 4808 6.0 Sex and Violence in the Hebrew Bible
  • AP/HUMA 4819 6.0 Visions of the End: Early Jewish and Christian Apocalypticism
  • AP/HUMA 4820 3.0 Transformation of Jewish Thought and Culture
  • GL/HUMA/EN 3900 6.0 The Torah (The Five Books of Moses)

Language

  • AP/HEB 1000 6.0 Elementary Modern Hebrew, Level I
  • AP/HEB 1020 6.0 Elementary Biblical Hebrew I & II
  • AP/HEB 1030 3.0 Elementary Biblical Hebrew, Level I
  • AP/HEB 1040 3.0 Elementary Biblical Hebrew, Level II
  • AP/HEB 2000 6.0 Intermediate Modern Hebrew
  • AP/HEB 3000 6.0 Advanced Modern Hebrew
  • AP/HEB 4000 6.0 Advanced Modern Hebrew, Level II
  • AP/YDSH 1000 6.0 Elementary Yiddish Language
  • AP/YDSH 2000 6.0 Intermediate Yiddish Language

Other courses taught in Hebrew and/or with Hebrew texts

  • AP/HEB 3000 6.0 Advanced Modern Hebrew
  • AP/HEB 3210 3.0 Selections from Hebrew Legal-Religious Texts: Reading and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3220 3.0 Hebrew Liturgical Texts: Origins, Contexts and Analysis
  • AP/HEB 3230 3.0 The Literature of Celebration and Commemoration
  • AP/HEB 3330 3.0 Deuteronomy: Text and Classical Interpretation
  • AP/HEB 3600 6.0 Themes in Modern Israeli Literature and Society
  • AP/HEB 4900 6.0 Independent Reading and Research

To confirm lecture times, days and locations, please check the lecture schedule on the York University courses website.