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Northwestern Courses related to the “Certificate of Achievement” in Holocaust Studies

This Year’s (2022-2023) Courses
These courses are subject to change. Please check CAESAR for most up-to-date information.

 

Fall 2022

 
Holocaust Studies Electives

SESP 351: Public Learning Through the Arts:  Magic, Monsters and the Holocaust

Danny M. Cohen

 

Context Courses

HIS 101: Repairing Historical Injustices           

Stefan Ionescu     

                   

HIS 103: The History and Politics of the Armenian Genocide           

Ipek Yosmaoglu                   

    

HIS 200:The Jews of Southeastern Europe            

Stefan Ionescu                        

 

GER 266: Introduction to Yiddish Culture: Images of the Shtetl  

Marcus Moseley                    

 

REL 230: Introduction to Judaism         

Barry Wimpfheimer 

 

SPA 232:  Discovering Jewish Latin America            

Lucille Kerr   

 
Courses of Interest

HIS 200-21: Leisure and Popular Culture in the 20th Century Israel/Palestine 

Maayan Hilel                         

 

HIS 200-22: Ukraine: the Long Fight for Independence  

Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern            

 

HIS 300-0-28: Global History of Refugees  

Lauren Stokes                         

 

HIS 395: Oral History and the Archives of Terror  

Lina Britto                              

 

GER 232: Berlin and the Culture of Democracy

Isabel von Holt                        

 

GER 213: Politics, History & Culture in the 21st Century

Denise Meuser                          

 

GER 221: Introduction to Literature: 1945 to Present

Franziska Lys                           

 

POLISCI 384: International Responses to Mass Atrocities  

Daniel Krcmaric                     

                       

 

Previous Academic Years

Spring 2022

Holocaust Studies Electives

GENDER STUDIES 382-0 / HISTORY 393-0-24 Race, Gender and Sexuality
Topic: Gender, Race, & the Holocaust
Cushman, Sarah

GERMAN 331-0: Shattered Worlds: Representation after the Shoah
(course taught entirely in German)
Parkinson, Anna

HISTORY 395-0-22: Holocaust Trials
Frommer, Benjamin

PSYCHOLOGY 317: The Holocaust: Psychological Themes and Perspectives
Gorvine, Ben

SESP 324 - Pedagogies for History and Injustice: Holocaust Education Design
Cohen, Danny M.

Context Course

HISTORY 395-0-26 Between History & Memory: Jewish Autobiography As A Historical Source
Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan

JEWISH STUDIES 266-0-2 / GERMAN 266-0-2/COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 390-0-20: Introduction to Yiddish Culture: Images of the Shtetl
Moseley, Marcus

Courses of Interest (These courses do NOT count towards the Certificate of Achievement in Holocaust Studies).

GERMAN 346/COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 303-0-20 /JWSH_ST 396-0-1 Figurations of Jesus in Jewish-German Literature (taught in English)
Bischoff, Doerte

HISTORY 101-6-22: First-Year Seminar Repairing Historical Injustices
Ionescu, Stefan

HISTORY 200-0-30: A Global History of Prisons and Camps
Frommer, Benjamin

HISTORY 300-0-24: History of the Balkans
Ionescu, Stefan

Winter 2022

Core Course

HISTORY 349-0-20 History of the Holocaust
Ionescu, Stefan

Holocaust Studies Electives

HISTORY 101-6-20 First-Year Seminar History of the Self
Bates, Robin

HISTORY 392-0-20 Comparative Fascism
Stokes, Lauren

RELIGION 374 God After the Holocaust
Sufrin, Claire

Context Course

HISTORY 203-3-20: Jewish History III  (1789-1948)
Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan

Fall 2021

Holocaust Studies Electives

HISTORY 393-0-22 Holocaust Restorative Justice
Ionescu, Stefan

JEWISH STUDIES 279-0-1 Jewish Graphic Narrative on the Holocaust
Mihailescu, Dana

SESP 323-0-20 Trauma and Atrocity: Holocaust Memory, Memorials and Museums
Cohen, Danny M.

Context Courses

HISTORY 201-2-20 Europe in the Modern World
Bates, Robin

HISTORY 344-0-2 / GER 344-2 Germany since 1945 (taught in English)
Stokes, Lauren

JEWISH STUDIES 278-0-1 Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation: Tales of Love and Darkness: Eros and Isolation in Modern Hebrew Literature
Moseley, Marcus

RELIGION 230-0-20 Introduction to Judaism
Sufrin, Claire

Spring 2021

Holocaust Studies Electives

GENDER STUDIES 382-0-20 / HISTORY 393-0-25 Race, Gender and Sexuality
Topic: Gender, Race, & the Holocaust
Cushman, Sarah

HISTORY 101-6-20 First-Year Seminar--European History 
Topic: Holocaust Testimonies
Frommer, Benjamin

SESP 351-0-22 Special Topics
Topic: Magic, Monsters, and The Holocaust
Cohen, Daniel M.

Context Courses

GENDER STUDIES 321-0-22 / HISTORY  340-0-20 Gender, Sexuality and History: Gender, War, and Revolution in the 20th Century
Liu, Tessie; Sarcevic-Tesanovic, Rachel

HISTORY 101-6-22 First-Year Seminar-European History
Topic: History of the Self
Bates, Robin

HISTORY 203-1-20 Jewish History 750-1492 
Shyovitz, David; Curry, Savoy

HISTORY 300-0-28 New Lectures in History
Topic: Second World War in Europe
Frommer, Benjamin; Laburthe, Alice; Howell, Elizabeth

JEWISH STUDIES 266-0-1 Introduction to Yiddish Culture: Images of the Shtetl
Moseley, Marcus

Winter 2021

HISTORY 300-0-20 Europe in the Age of Total War, 1789-1945
Bates, Robin

HISTORY 348-2 Jews in Poland, Ukraine and Russia, 1917-1991
Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan

HISTORY 349-0 History of the Holocaust
Ionescu, Stefan

Context Courses

HISTORY 393-0-24 Approaches to History
Antisemitism
Shyovitz, David

HISTORY 393-0-26 Approaches to History
Revolution, Dictatorship and Democracy
Ionescu, Stefan

RELIGION 230-0-22
Introduction to Judaism
Sufrin, Claire

Fall 2020

HISTORY 201-2-20 Europe in the Modern World
Bates, Robin

HISTORY 300-0 New Lectures in History: Comparative Genocide
Ionescu, Stefan; Howell, Elizabeth

HISTORY 348-1 – Jews in Poland, Ukraine, and Russia, 1250-1917: Social, political, religious, and cultural interaction of Jews and Slavs over a millennium, 1250-1917
Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan

PSYCHOLOGY 317-0 The Holocaust: Psychological Themes & Perspectives
Gorvine, Benjamin

SESP 324-0 Pedagogies for History and Injustice: Holocaust Education Design
Cohen, Danny M.

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