Israel & Jewish Studies Courses
SPECIAL TOPICS IN RELIGION | RELI 3500
The content of this course varies from semester to semester, giving instructor and students an opportunity to investigate various subjects of interest in religious studies. (May be repeated for credit as long as the topic is different.) Prereq: Junior, three hours in religion, or permission of instructor.
GOVT & POL OF MIDDLE EAST | PSCI 3700/8705
Tuesday/Thursday 11:30AM-12:45PM Arts and Sciences Hall 279
Instructor: Ramazan Kilinc
This course introduces students to government and politics in the contemporary Middle East, including considerations of state formation, authoritarianism and democratization, state-society relations, religion, culture, gender, and economy.Prereq: PSCI 2500 or junior standing or permission of instructor.
CONFLICTS, PEACEBLDG, & ETHICS | RELI 4220/8226 - CACT 8226-850
Instructor: Rory Conces
This course is designed to familiarize the student with the nature of violent conflict, including terrorism, and a variety of the mechanisms for peacebuilding. The course will also explore human rights and the ethics of intervention. This course supports the Ethics and Values concentration in the Master of Arts in Critical and Creative Thinking.