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Going back and forth between ancient and modern texts, we will consider the rise ofJewish “environmentalism” in the late 19th and 20th centuries, both as theory andpractice, and the place in traditional Judaism of themes such as “nature,” agriculture,animals, animism and anthropocentrism.
Class will be conducted in English.
A final assignment will take the form of a research paper (10.000 characters), short film,graphic work (comic), PowerPoint presentation, etc., on a topic chosen by the student incoordination with the instructor Regardless of format, the presentation must have botha descriptive and analytical component.
BA Jüdische Theologie, Geschichte und Kultur
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