JWST260 - JEWISH FOLKLORE

The Jews are among the few nations and ethnic groups whose oral tradition occurs in literary and religious texts dating back more than two thousand years. This tradition changed and diversified over the years in terms of the migrations of Jews into different countries and the historical, social, and cultural changes that these countries underwent. The course attempts to capture the historical and ethnic diversity of Jewish folklore in a variety of oral literary forms.
Section 401 - LEC

TR 1030AM-1200PM

BEN-AMOS, DAN

CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING 112

Jewish Studies Program
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