Courses

The Berkeley Institute supports and coordinates undergraduate and graduate courses in Jewish and Israel studies in a range of disciplines across the university. You can find our current course listings below:


Fall 2019

Undergraduate Courses

Minority Rights in a Nation State: The Israeli Balance 
(Legal Studies 190)
Prof. Roy Peled, College of Management—Academic Studies

Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
(Jewish Studies 122)
Prof. Tomer Persico, Tel Aviv University; Hartman Institute

Tel Aviv: A City from the Sands 
(Jewish Studies 121A/History 100M)
Prof. Stephanie Rotem, Tel Aviv University

Spring 2020

Undergraduate Courses

Comparative Constitutional Law: The Case of Israel
(Legal Studies 174)
Prof. Roy Peled, College of Management—Academic Studies

Contemporary Judaism in Israel 
(Jewish Studies 122)
Prof. Tomer Persico, Tel Aviv University; Hartman Institute

Art and Culture in Israel
(Jewish Studies/Near Eastern Studies)
Prof. Stephanie Rotem, Tel Aviv University

Holocaust Museums in Israel and the World 
(Jewish Studies/History)
Prof. Stephanie Rotem, Tel Aviv University

War in the Middle East
(Political Science 124B)
Prof. Ron Hassner Helen Diller Chair in Israel Studies Faculty Director of Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies

Graduate Courses

Israel Supreme Court
(Law)
Prof. Ammon Reichman, University of Haifa