Middlebury

HIST0250

The Jews in Modern Europe

The Jews in Modern Europe
In this course we will map the emergence of Jewish minority culture into the modern Western political, economic, and social mainstream. Our course begins with the Jewish Haskalah (with a few short introductions to Jewish medieval and early modern history) and ends with Israel's founding in the early decades of its history. We will trace the following historical trends: the history of Jewish emancipation; assimilation; intellectual movements; Zionism; Jewish marginalization; race and gender as historical categories in Jewish history; urban and diasporic cultures; war and violence; and international politics in post-Holocaust Europe and the world. 3 hrs. lect./disc.
Subject:
History
Department:
History
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
CMP EUR HIS

Sections

Fall 2015

HIST0250A-F15 Lecture (Bennette)
HIST0250B-F15 Lecture (Bennette)

Spring 2014

HIST0250A-S14 Lecture (Bennette)

Fall 2009

HIST0250A-F09 Lecture (Clasby)