Fall 2017 Courses

(Note: This list is not a complete list of REEE courses offered in Fall 2017. Visit Course Explorer for more classes! )

The following courses are available for registration for the Fall 2017 semester:

CWL 421/SLAV 420: Jewish Life-Writing
Rachel Harris
Monday & Wednesday, 4:00-5:20 PM (CRN 61828)
G48 Foreign Languages Building

HIST 101: History Now!: A Century of Revolutions, 2017-1917: From Black Lives Matter to the Russian Revolution
Jessica Greenberg & Mark Steinberg
Tuesday & Thursday, 2:00-3:20 PM (CRN 67798)
307 Gregory Hall
How people in diverse settings have challenged the way societies treat and value human lives through a century of crises and revolutionary movements. Beginning with Black Lives Matter, the course will work backward in time toward the culminating exploration of the 1917 Russian revolutions.

HIST 252/JS 252: The Holocaust
Peter Fritzsche
Monday & Wednesday, 12:00-12:50 PM (CRN 68398)
132 Bevier Hall

HIST 355: Soviet Jewish History
Gene Avrutin
Monday & Wednesday, 1:00-2:20 PM (CRN 61125)
315 Gregory Hall

HIST 433: Jews in the Diaspora
Gene Avrutin
Monday & Wednesday, 11:00-12:20 PM (CRN 34160/34166)
321 Gregory Hall
Drawing on a wide variety of primary and secondary sources – ranging from memoirs and letters to films and novels – we analyze the ways in which Jewish communities refashioned their collective and individual identities.

LAW : Public International Law
Francis Boyle

RUSS 465: Russian-Jewish Culture
Harriet Murav
Tuesday & Thursday, 2:00-3:20 PM (CRN 42977/42978)
G18 Foreign Languages Building