Current Graduate Courses

ATCJS Graduate Courses 

A complete list of current graduate courses can be found in the ATCJS Graduate Handbook.

PDF iconATCJS Graduate Handbook 2020/2021 - Draft Version (pdf)


*Please note that students need an add/drop form to enroll in courses listed in the Graduate Handbook that are not given by their home department. 

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Courses Offered by the Centre

M4–7/Bergen, D. and Krongold, J.

This year-long, half-credit course exposes students to advanced methods employed in understanding texts, contexts, and concepts in the main areas of Jewish Studies. A diverse team of scholars from a range of academic disciplines will model methods such as textual exegesis and criticism; history of interpretation; social history; cultural studies; comparative approaches; and analysis of philosophical and theological problems and arguments. Students participate in group discussions after the twelve, scheduled guest lectures and write three short responses each semester to specific presentations.

M4–7/Bergen, D. and Krongold, J.

This year-long, half-credit course exposes students to advanced methods employed in understanding texts, contexts, and concepts in the main areas of Jewish Studies. A diverse team of scholars from a range of academic disciplines will model methods such as textual exegesis and criticism; history of interpretation; social history; cultural studies; comparative approaches; and analysis of philosophical and theological problems and arguments. Students participate in group discussions after the twelve, scheduled guest lectures and write three short responses each semester to specific presentations.