HCU 307 The Course of Modern Jewish History

Survey of the Jewish people in the Western world during the past 300 years; their struggle for political and social equality, their search for new homes, and new forms of life. The new Jewish centers, Messianic hopes, and the struggle for emancipation; the Enlightenment movement; religious, national, and social trends; migration of Jews to America; World Wars I and II; and the emergence of the State of Israel.

Credits:

3

Hours

3

Requirement Designation

Regular Liberal Arts

Offered

Fall-Spring

Cross Listed Courses

LEH HCU 307/HIS 307