The Jewish studies program offers an unparalleled opportunity to study the development of Jewish civilization from its origins to the contemporary world. Jewish studies investigates the history, literature, archaeology, philosophy, ethnography and social theory of Jewish society and culture. Students are encouraged to engage in contemporary debates about ethnicity and identity, assimilation, exile and Diaspora cultures. Students benefit from the interdisciplinary breadth and the opportunity to combine this with options in Hebrew Language Study.
Structure & Available Subjects:
A specialisation in Jewish Studies in the Graduate Diploma of Arts consists of:
* One first year Jewish Studies subject (12.5 points)
* 37.5 points of Jewish Studies subjects (37.5 points)
* 50 points of Jewish Studies subjects, including the compulsory Research in Contemporary Jewish Culture
Total 100 points