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All Fall 2020 courses at Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies, listed below, will be available through Yeshiva University's remote conference platform.

Currently, students may take a Master’s degree in Jewish Philosophy completely online. This remote degree program will be extended to other fields in the near future.

Fall 2020 Courses

Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies

Course Schedule Fall 2020

 

BIBLE

  CRN#     COURSE #         TITLE                                                  PROF.         HOURS              ROOM     SECTION   

12017

BIB 5203

Biblical Hebrew

Koller

M 6:50-8:30

FH

A

12041

BIB 6097

Nahmanides’ Exegesis and Thought

Cohen

Tu 6:50-8:30

FH

A

12119

BIB 6212

Genesis: The Creation of the World

Eichler

M 4:50-6:30

FH

A

12042

BIB 8250

Book of Proverbs

Leiman

W 4:50-6:30

FH

A

 

JEWISH HISTORY

  CRN#     COURSE #         TITLE                                                  PROF.        HOURS                ROOM    SECTION   

12039

JHI 5321

Medieval Jewish History: Christian Europe

Berger

W 2:49-4:29

FH

A

12043

JHI 5410

Jews in Modern Europe, Social & Intellectual History:1760-1900

Olson

Tu 6:50-8:30

FH

A

11989

JHI 5571

American Jewish History:

1654-1881

Gurock

Tu 4:50-6:30

FH

A

12044

JHI 6239

The Dead Sea Scrolls & Rabbinic Literature
This course also counts for the concentration in Talmud

Angel

Th 2:49-4:29

FH

A

12120

JHI 6384

Convivencia & Conflict: A Sephardic Cultural History: 711-1492

Perelis

Th 6:50-8:30

FH

A

12121

JHI 6452

Vilna: A Jewish Cultural Metropolis

Karlip

Th 6:50-8:30

FH

A

12045

JHI 6461

 

Historians on Chazal: Writing the World of the Sages

This course counts toward the concentrations in Ancient and Modern History

Fine

W 6:50-8:30

FH

A

12033

JHI 6484

 

Destruction of European Jewry: 1933-1945

Zimmerman

W 6:50-8:30

FH

A

12046

JHI 6811

Messianism from Chazal to Chabad
This course counts toward the concentrations in Ancient, Medieval and Modern History

Berger

M 6:50-8:30

FH

A

 

JEWISH PHILOSOPHY

 

  CRN#       COURSE #       TITLE                                                  PROF.        HOURS               ROOM     SECTION   

11997

JPH 5011

Survey of Medieval Jewish Philosophy

Rynhold

M 2:49-4:29

FH

A

11998

JPH 5350

Introduction to Jewish Mysticism

Dauber

Th 2:49-4:29

FH

A

12047

JPH 6745

Topics in 13th-Century Kabbalah

Dauber

Tu 2:49-4:29

FH

A

12048

JPH 6860

The Early Modern Period: Spinoza & Mendelssohn

Rynhold

Th 4:50-6:30

FH

A

 

TALMUD

 

  CRN#      COURSE #        TITLE                                                  PROF.          HOURS             ROOM     SECTION   

12021

TAS 5872

Midrashic Literature of the Amoriam

Hurvitz

Tu 6:50-8:30

L

A

12122

TAS 6885

Midrash in Context 

Hidary

Th 5:10-6:50

Video Connection

A

12049

TAS 7521

She’iltot of R’Ahai Gaon

Hurvitz

Tu 2:49-4:29

L

A

 

 

See also JHI 6239 The Dead Sea Scrolls and Rabbinic Literature

 

 

 

 

 

We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2020. Students may also apply to take courses as non-matriculating students. 

For further information on this program, contact Rona Steinerman steinerm@yu.edu