Jewish Studies

The undergraduate Program in Jewish Studies at UC Davis offers a minor with a wide range of courses in different disciplines, including several in German such as "GER 116: Readings in Jewish Writing & Thought in German Culture"; "GER 117: After the Catastrophe: Jews & Jewish Life in Post-1945 Germany"; "GER 141: The Holocaust & its Literary Representation"; and "GER 127: Major Writers in German" (when focused on a major German-Jewish writer like Franz Kafka or Heinrich Heine, for example). The minor in Jewish Studies is of interest to humanities and social sciences students, including those in German, Russian, History, Religious Studies, and Sociology.