Mini Courses

From religious identity in literature to how faith informs justice, from the tradition of mahloket to the intersection of music and prayer, mini-courses delve into a variety of engaging and provocative topics.

Mini courses provide adult learners with an opportunity to delve deeply into a subject over a series of class meetings. Courses are led by both ICJS and outside instructors and creatively mix multiple formats, such as lecture, group discussion, and paired study. They also incorporate diverse sources, including texts, art, music, and video.

January 30, 2020

Crossroads in Jewish-Muslim Dialogue

In this course, we will study how contemporary conversations between Jews and Muslims are informed by their interpretations of past historical moments and relations between these communities. From Medieval encounters […]