THE JEWISH IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCE IN NORTH AMERICA, 1880-1945
A lecture course that examines the struggles and achievements of Jewish immigrants and their offspring in the United States and Canada, and the ways in which they conformed to and rebelled against the dominant culture. The course will highlight a variety of themes related to ethnicity, religion, gender, and class.
Prerequisite(s): 1.0 History course at the 2200-level or above.
Extra Information: 2 lecture hours.
Course Weight: 1.00
Subject Code: HISTORY
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