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Teaching specialty in American Jewish History, History of Jewish Nationalism, Modern Jewish thought.
Teaching specialty in Political Science and Law; Politics, Law, State and Society, Human Rights, Israel Politics.
Teaching specialty in Jewish-German Studies.
His research on Jewish life considers Jewish economic success, Jewish organizations, and congressional debates and action pertaining to Israel and the Middle East.
Developed a class to introduce students to fiction, journalism, film, music, painting and the graphic arts (including comic books) from the period of early immigration to the present day.
Professor of International Studies at the University of Washington, has authored books about social change, ethnic conflict, Eastern Europe, and tyranny.
My research and courses ask how immigrants and refugees become integrated and engaged in their new homes. First, I am interested in the political identities and civic engagement of immigrants and their children who have fled violent ethno-national conflict in their homelands. Second, I am curious about the different ways ...
Teaching specialty with Jews and Blacks, Antisemitism in America; Assimilation and Identity in the US.
Teaching specialty in 20th Century Russian literature, theatre and drama, Modern Yiddish literature and drama.
I teach broad survey courses on the history of Jewish religion and culture in addition to more focused, text-centered courses on ancient Judaism, Kabbalah, and Talmudic tradition.
Teaching specialty in Israeli economy.
My research has been on two tracks--theories of comparative politics, specifically state-society relations and Middle East politics, with an emphasis on Israel and Palestinians.
Teaching specialties in modern European Jewish History and Sephardic Jewry.
Teaching specialty in Biblical Hebrew, Hebrew Bible, Near Eastern languages, literature, history, and religions.
Teaching specialty in Spinoza and Jewish Philosophy.
I teach courses on film and popular music as avenues to understanding modern Jewish culture.
Teaching specialities in the classics, latin prose literature of the Republic and early empire, and art.