Courses

The Helen Diller 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 2021

Undergraduate Courses

 

 Law and Social Change: The Case of Israel (Legal Studies)

Prof. Masua Sagiv

T & Th | 8:00am-9:29am

Course Number: 30280

 

Human and Civil Rights in Israel (Legal Studies)

Prof. Michal Tamir

T & Th | 2:00pm-3:29pm

Course Number: 30279

 

Mental Health in Conflict Zones: The Politics of Trauma on the Border of Israel and Gaza (Anthropology 196 004)

Prof. Keren Friedman-Peleg

W | 12:00pm-1:59pm

Course Number: 33161

 

Philosophical Foundations of Education (Education 184)

Prof. Hanan Alexander

W | 2:00pm-4:59pm

Course Number: 32453

 

Modern Hebrew Literature and Culture (MELC)

Prof. Uri Mor

W | 2:00pm-4:59pm

Course Number: 32173

 

Israel: Society and Politics (Political Science 191)

Prof. Ron Hassner

W | 12:00pm-1:59pm

Course Number: 17243

 

Graduate Courses

 

Studies of Trauma and Resilience: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict as a Case Study (Anthropology)

Prof. Keren Friedman-Peleg

T | 10:00am-11:59am

Course Number: 25569

 

 

Comparative Constitutional Law and Israel (Law 262.5 sec. 001)

Prof. Amnon Reichman

W | 6:25pm-9:30pm

Class Number: 31913

 

Spring 2022

Undergraduate Courses

 

Contemporary Judaism in Israel: State, Religion and Gender (Jewish Studies)
Prof. Masua Sagiv

Comparative Constitutional Law: The Case of Israel (Legal Studies)
Prof. Michal Tamir

Comparative Criminal Justice Reform (Legal Studies)
Prof. Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg

Citizenship Education and Social Conflict (Education 150)
Prof. Hanan Alexander

History of Modern Israel (History)
Prof. Paula Kabalo

Language, Culture and Identities in Israel (Jewish Studies 120A)
Prof. Uri Mor

Intersectional Perspectives on Contemporary Dance in Israel
Prof. Yael Nativ

 

Graduate Courses

 

Pedagogy of Difference (Education 290)
Prof. Hanan Alexander