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Introduction to Holocaust Studies (HUM245) 3 Credits

Introduction to essential information about the Holocaust. Provides theological, social and political background to establish contexts of anti-Semitism, especially in 19th and 20th centuries, with particular attention to National Socialist ideologies. Ghetto and camp life, including resistance, are explored. Emphasis is on texts of the Holocaust, including historical documents, participant testimonies, fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry, much of which involves theological and moral debate. Includes analysis of supplementary visual material and some performing arts.
Prerequisites: None. CRE101 or equivalent as indicated by appropriate reading placement recommended but not required.

General Education Designations: HU

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
11637 Fall 2021 South Mountain
Online 08/23/2021 - 12/17/2021 N/A N/A
  • L. Ventura
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    • Class Notes: Online Class
      Class Meets for Fifteen (15) Weeks
      Class 11637 is an on-line class. Access to internet and email address required. Log on to Canvas prior to the first day of class at this link:
      Honors Program Only
      Honors Program Only: Department consent required. Contact Christine Raack, Honors Program Coordinator, for permission at 602/305-5898.
      Class 11637 is offered Online. What is an Online class? Click the link to view a video on how the class will be held: (

      Online: All of your assignments and work will be internet based without set meeting days or times to attend. Students and faculty interact with Canvas via email, video, and threaded discussions. A lot of your work will be self-paced, but there are established deadlines and expectations.