Class Schedule Spring 2021

All spring 2021 classes will be available online via Zoom. Recordings of classes will also be available for students unable to attend in real time.

Please note that language classes must be attended in real time.

 

 

Core

 

Credits

 

 

 

Dr. Ori Rotlevy

From Pythagoras to Google (Core)

4

Sunday Thursday

16.00-18.00

1662.1118.01

Dr. Rona Yona

Israel Past and Present (core)

4

Monday Wednesday

14.00-16.00

1662.1110.01

Dr. Robin Shochat Bagon

Critical Theory (core)

4

Tuesday Thursday

10.00-12.00

1662.1117.01

Prof. Michael Zakim

A Political History of the Economy (core)

4

Tuesday

16.00-20.00

1662.1108.01

Dr. Sonia Weiner

Academic Writing (core)

4

Monday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

1662.1102.02

Dr. Robin Shochat Bagon

Advanced Academic Writing (core)

2

Monday

10.00-12.00

1662.1116.02

 

Digital Culture and Communications

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Sharon Avital

Theories in Communication and New Media (DCC) (R)

3

Monday

12.00-16.00

1662.1503.01

Dr. Ofer Nur

Techno Utopia (DCC) (R)

4

Monday Wednesday

18.00-20.00

1662.1501.01

Dr. Shawn Edrei

Narrative in the Digital Age (DCC)

2

Sunday

16.00-18.00

1662.2521.01

Dr. Orna Raviv

Film and Philosophy: Coming out of the Cave (DCC)

2

Thursday

12.00-14.00

1662.1130.01

Dr. Galit Wellner-Gilat

Do Algorithms have Imagination? (DCC)

2

Monday

16.00-18.00

1662.5908.01

Dr. Sandrine Bouadana

OSP - Media, War and Peace (DCC)

3

Tuesday Thursday

10.00-12.00

2120.1009.03

Dr. Carmel Vaisman

Digital Religion (DCC) (S)

4

Sunday Tuesday

14.00-16.00

1662.3504.01

 

 

Middle Eastern Studies

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Ahmad Agbaria

Introduction to Islamic Civilization (MES) (R)

4

Monday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

1662.5200.01

Dr. Brandon Friedman

OSP - History of the Middle East in the Modern Period (MES) (R)

3

Tuesday Thursday

14.00-16.00

2120.0120.01

Prof. Meir Litvak

OSP - Islamic Politics and Terror in the Middle East (MES)

3

Monday Wednesday

12.00-14.00

2120.0240.03

Dr. Sandrine Bouadana

OSP - Media, War and Peace (MES)

3

Tuesday Thursday

10.00-12.00

2120.1009.03

Hay Eitan Cohen Yanorocek

Politics, Climate and Football in the Middle East and Northern Africa (MES)

2

Wednesday

18.00-20.00

1662.1122.01

Dr. Rachel Kantz Feder

Key Issues in the History of Modern Iraq: The Quest for the State and the Search for National Identity (MES)

2

Sunday

10.00-12.00

1662.1123.01

Prof. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman

Modern North Africa: the Challenges of Colonialism and Independence (MES)

2

Thursday

12.00-14.00

0622.2311.01

Dr. Brandon Friedman U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: From Woodrow Wilson to Barack Obama 2 Sunday  12.00-14.00  

Edna Dahari-Davidovitch

Arabic Beginners (MES)

2

Sunday Thursday

18.00-20.00

1662.2229.01  (year-long course)

Ulpan

Hebrew (MES)

4

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

8.00-10.00

 

Prof. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman

Minorities and the State in the Middle East (MES)

4

Monday Thursday

(M) 12.00-14.00

(T) 16:00-18:00

0654.4127.01

Prof. Asher Susser

State and Stateness in the Modern Middle East (MES) (S)

4

Sunday Wednesday

16.00-18.00

1662.3203.01

 

 

Modern Jewish and Israel Studies

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Netanel Kupfer

Introduction to Modern Jewish Thought (JIS) (R)

4

Thursday

12.00-16.00

1662.1300.01

Dr. Harel Chorev

The Palestinian Century (JIS)

2

Wednesday

12.00-14.00

1662.5911.01

Dr. Adrian Sackson

Introduction to Classical Jewish Philosophy (JIS)

2

Tuesday

12.00-14.00

1662.1306.01

Dr. K. Beller

OSP - Contemporary Antisemitism (JIS)

3

Monday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

2120.0540.03

Dr. M. Gresser

OSP - Contemporary Jewish Issues (JIS)

3

Tuesday Thursday

10.00-12.00

2120.0132.02

Dr. E. Klauber

OSP - Israeli Politics (JIS)

3

Tuesday Thursday

12.00-14.00

2120.0112.03

Dr. S. Fleischer

OSP - Israel and the Environment (JIS)

3

Tuesday

16.00-20.00

2120.0139.03

Dr. P. Rivlin

OSP - The Israeli Economy (JIS)

3

Monday Wednesday

14.00-16.00

2120.0117.03

Prof. Barbara Meyer

Feminist Interreligious Thought: From Abrahamic to Hagaric Discourse (JIS)

2

Thursday

10.00-12.00

1662.1308.01

Dr. Hannah Pollin-Galay

Human Stains: Jewish American Literature after 1945

2

Monday

14.00-16.00

0680.3195.01

Dr. Diana Lipton

Reading the Bible Through Other Eyes

2

Tuesday

18.00-20.00

0612.6023.01

Dr. Brandon Friedman U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: From Woodrow Wilson to Barack Obama 2 Sunday 12.00-14.00  

Edna Dahari-Davidovitch

Arabic beginners (JIS)

2

Sunday Thursday

18.00-20.00

1662.2229.01 (year-long course)

Ulpan

Hebrew (JIS)

4

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

8.00-10.00

 

Dr. Manar Makhoul
Prof. Uri Cohen

Double Vision: Readings in Palestinian and Hebrew/Jewish Fictions (JIS) (S)

2

Thursday

12.00-14.00

0608.5905.01

 

Philosophy

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Itay Snir

Introduction to Early Modern Philosophy (Phil) (R)

4

Tuesday

16.00-20.00

1662.1403.01

Dr. Amichai Amit

Introduction to Greek Philosophy (Phil) (R)

2

Sunday

14.00-16.00

1662.1400.01

Dr. Adrian Sackson

Introduction to Classical Jewish Philosophy (Phil)

2

Tuesday

12.00-14.00

1662.1306.01

Dr. S. Smila-Sened

OSP - Business Ethics (Phil)

3

Monday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

2120.0100.03

Dr. Orna Raviv

Film and Philosophy: Coming out of the Cave (Phil)

2

Thursday

12.00-14.00

1662.1130.01

Dr. Idit Alphandary

Women Philosophers, Suffragettes, Psychologists, and Artists (Phil)

2

Monday

16.00-18.00

1662.1126.01

Dr. Elizabeth Oppenheimer

Friendship (Phil)

2

Wednesday

12.00-14.00

1662.2414.01

Dr. Rona Cohen

Contemporary Moral Problems (Phil) (S)

4

Monday Thursday

14.00-16.00

1662.3206.01

 

Psychology

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Lisa Armon

Psychopathology (Psy) (R)

4

Tuesday Thursday

10.00-12.00

1662.1601.01

Dr. Alana Siegel

Research Methods (Psy) (R)

2

Wednesday

16.00-18.00

1662.1604.03

Dr. Deborah Deitcher

Motivation and Achievement (Psy)

2

Tuesday

14.00-16.00

1662.1125.01

Dr. Lisa Armon

Coping with Failure (Psy)

2

Thursday

12.00-14.00

1662.1127.01

Dr. Idit Alphandary

Women Philosophers, Suffragettes, Psychologists, and Artists (Psy)

2

Monday

16.00-18.00

1662.1126.01

Dr. Ruth Zeligman

Key Psychological Themes through the Lens of the Camera (Psy)

2

Wednesday

10.00-12.00

1662.1309.01

Dr. Naftally Israeli

Developmental Psychology (Psy)

2

Tuesday

12.00-14.00

1662.1600.01

Dr. Ilan Tabak Aviram

OSP - Psychological Thinking in 21st Century Sexuality and Relationships: Global and Israeli Perspectives (Psy)

3

Tuesday Thursday

14.00-16.00

2120.0537.03

Dr. Rony Berger

Psychology and Political Conflict (Psy) (S)

4

Wednesday

12.00-16.00

1662.3600.01

 

 

Literature

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Jonathan Stavsky

Introduction to British Culture 1 (Lit) (R)

4

Sunday Wednesday

12.00-14.00

0626.1278.01

Dr. Gal Manor

Narrative Analysis (Lit) (R)

4

Monday Thursday

16.00-18.00

0626.1208.01

Dr. Nir Evron

Introduction to Theory (Lit) (R)

4

Sunday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

0626.1250.01

Dr. Nir Evron

The American Novel of Manners in Three Acts: Howells (Lit)

2

Wednesday

14.00-16.00

0626.2559.01

Dr. Sonia Weiner

American literature and popular culture (Lit)

2

Tuesday

14.00-16.00

0626.2683.01

Dr. Spencer Morrison

Cold War American Literature and Culture (Lit)

4

Sunday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

0626.5012.01

Dr. Roi Tartakovsky

Major and Minor Poets of the 20th century (Lit)

4

Monday Thursday

14.00-16.00

0626.5014.01

Dr. Jonathan Stavsky

Shakespeare's Classical World (Lit)

4

Sunday Wednesday

16.00-18.00

0626.5015.01

Dr. Dara Barnat

Identity in American Poetry (Lit)

4

Sunday Wednesday

12.00-14.00

1662.2224.01

Dr. Dara Barnat

Poets Respond to America (Lit)

2

Tuesday

12.00-14.00

1662.2363.01

Dr. Dalit Alperovich

Marriage at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

2

Tuesday

10.00-12.00

0626.2377.01

Prof. Shirley Sharon-Zisser

Myths of the Origin of Language

4

Monday Thursday

12.00-14.00

0626.2684.01

Dr. Diana Lipton

Reading the Bible Through Other Eyes

2

Tuesday

18.00-20.00

0612.6023.01

Ms. Maya Klein

Realism, Influence and The Classic: The Case of Coetzee and Defoe

2

Wednesday

10.00-12.00

0626.2667.01

Dr. Hannah Pollin-Galay

Human Stains: Jewish American Literature after 1945

2

Monday

14.00-16.00

0680.3195.01

Dr. Ron Ben Tovim

Tradition and Identity in Swift and Defoe (S)

2

Tuesday

10.00-12.00

0626.3236.01

Dr. Roi Tartakovsky

Poetic Forms , Formulas and Formulations (Lit) (S)

4

Monday Thursday

10.00-12.00

0626.3587.01

Dr. Taylor Johnson

Whiteness and the Study of American Literature (Lit) (S)

4

Sunday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

0626.3812.01

Prof. Shirley Sharon-Zisser

Theories of Love (Lit) (S)

4

Monday Thursday

14.00-16.00

0626.3810.01

 

 

Life Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

Nataly Kucherenko

General and Analytical Chemistry (LS)

5

Sunday Tuesday

(S) 10.00-13.00

(T) 12.00-14.00

1662.5902.01

Prof. Tal Pupko, Prof. Dorothee Huchon, Prof. Nir Ohad

Biology B (LS)

4

Sunday Wednesday

16.00-18.00

1662.5901.01

 

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Shlomo Ehrlich

Project Management (E&I) (R)

2

Monday

18.00-20.00

1662.5905.01

Dr. Galit Wellner-Gilat

Do Algorithms have Imagination? (E&I)

2

Monday

16.00-18.00

1662.5908.01

Dr. Lisa Armon

Coping with Failure (E&I)

2

Thursday

12.00-14.00

1662.1127.01

Dr. P. Rivlin

OSP - The Israeli Economy (E&I)

3

Monday Wednesday

14.00-16.00

2120.0117.02

Mr. Yonatan Feffer

OSP - Unleashing and Sustaining Innovation (E&I)

3

Wednesday

16.00-20.00

2120.8005.01

Dr. S. Smila-Sened

OSP - Business Ethics (E&I)

3

Monday Wednesday

10.00-12.00

2120.0100.03

 

 

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