Current Course Offering
FALL SEMESTER 2014
|JEWISH STUDIES||Course Number||Day||Hours||Day||Hours|
|The Jewish World in the Modern Era - Prof. R. Rockaway||2120.5300.02||TUE||10:00-12:00||THU||10:00-12:00|
|History of Anti -Semitism - Dr. K. Beller||2120.0539.02||MON||10:00-12:00||WED||10:00-12:00|
|Judaism And Christianity In Conflict - Prof. J. Cohen||2120.0169.03||TUE||12:00-16:00|
|"After Auschwitz": Images of the Holocaust in Contemporary Culture - Dr. R. Perry||2120.0124.02||WED||12:00-16:00|
|The Essence of Judaism - Dr. M. Gresser||2120.0109.02||TUE||10:00-12:00||THU||10:00-12:00|
|ISRAEL STUDIES||Course Number||Day||Hours||Day||Hours|
|The Zionist Movement: The long Road to Sovereignty: 1860-1949 - Mr. Liptz Paul||2120.1005.02||MON||12:00-14:00||WED||12:00-14:00|
|One Hundred Years: History and Memory in Tel Aviv-Jaffa - Dr. M Wein||2120.0533.02||TUE||16:00-20:00|
|Israeli Politics -Dr. E. Klauber||2120.0112.02||TUE||12:00-14:00||THU||12:00-14:00|
|MIDDLE EAST STUDIES||Course Number||Day||Hours||Day||Hours|
|Radical Islamic Movements (Ideology And Structure) - Dr. B. Berti||2120.0787.02||MON||10:00-12:00||WED||10:00-12:00|
|History of the Middle East in the Modern Period - Dr. B. Friedman||2120.0120.03||MON||16:00-18:00||WED||16:00-18:00|
|ART STUDIES||Course Number||Day||Hours||Day||Hours|
|Introduction to Israeli Art: From The Founding of Bezalel (1906), Up To The 21st Century - Dr. R. Shusterman||2120.0987.02||TUE||12:00-14:00||THU||12:00-14:00|
|Acting Workshop - Ms. M. Bat-Adam||2120.0478.02||THU||16:00-18:00|
|Israeli Cinema and the Culture of Modern Israel - Dr. S. Duvdevani||2120.0468.02||MON||12:00-16:00|
|LIFE SCIENCES||Course Number||Day||Hours||Day||Hours|
|Israel And The Environment - Dr. S. Fleischer||2120.0139.02||TUE||16:30-20:00|
|MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS||Course Number||Day||Hours||Day||Hours|
|The Israeli Economy - Dr. P. Rivlin||2120.0172.02||MON||14:00-16:00||WED||14:00-16:00|
|Business Ethics - Dr. S. Smila-Sened||2120.0100.02||MON||10:00-12:00||WED||10:00-12:00|
|Introduction to Modern Standard Arabic (First Level) - Mr. M. Guggenheimer||2120.0980.01||TUE||10:00-12:00||THU||10:00-12:00|
|Introduction to Standard Colloquial Arabic (First Level) - Dr. L. Laks
Students must take the Standard Arabic Course in order to join this course/ pre requisite introduction to MSA
|Coursera (Online Courses)||firstname.lastname@example.org
Student must apply online and register with TAU International (email@example.com) prior to the beginning of the course.
|The Fall and Rise of Jerusalem - Dr. Oded Lipschits||1882.0601.01||https://www.coursera.org/course/jerusalem|
|What a Plant Knows - Dr. Daniel Chamovitz||1882.0404.01||https://www.coursera.org/course/plantknows|
FALL SEMESTER 2014
BA IN LIBERAL ARTS COURSES
|On Being Human - Philosophical Perspectives
Dr. Miri Rozmarin
|Israel - Society, History and Politics
Prof. Eyal Naveh
|Techno-Utopia: Introduction to the Social and Cultural History of the Internet
Dr. David Snyder
|Introduction to Gaming
Ms. Nea Erlich
|Visual Culture and New Media
Dr. Sharon Avital
|Digital Aesthetics in Literature
Dr. Robin Shochat Bagon
|Between Theory and Practice: the Relations Between Political Thought and Action
Mr. Ori Rotlevy
|Philosophy of Photography
Ms. Rona Cohen
|Encounters with the Other - a View from Psychoanalysis
Dr. Alon Yafe
|Iraq in the 20th Century: Sectarianism and the establishment of a Unified State-System
Dr. lisheva Machlis
|Wars, negotiations and Plans in the Middle East
Dr. Orit Miller-Katav
|Historicizing Men and Masculinities in the Modern Middle East
Dr. Sivan Balslev
|The War against the Jews: History of the Holocaust
Dr. Joel Zisenwine
- Courses starting with the number 2120 are offered by the study abroad program, courses starting with the number 1662 are offered by the BA in Liberal Arts program.
- Courses starting with the number 1221 are offered in partnership with the Recanati Faculty of Management and taught with Israeli students, these courses are open to students majoring in: Business, Engineering, Economics, or Science who have completed at least one year of study.
- Semester students cannot join year courses.
- Courses with less than 10 students might be cancelled.
- Study Abroad Students have only one final term, even if they join BA classes.
- BA in Liberal Arts semester begins on Sunday; some courses last longer and run in parallel with the regular TAU calendar. For the course descriptions and syllabi please check the program page online. Please check the exam schedule, Study abroad students cannot take exams on different dates.
- The following exemptions for taking a final exam not on its date are: IDF Reserves, Illness – Doctor's/Hospital notes, Birth, or Immediate family death.
- Coursera is an education company that partnered with TAU and other top universities and organizations in the world to offer courses online.
- Note: Please check online for the final exam date. You cannot join the course unless you are able to stay in Israel for the final exam.
For Fall 2014 booklet click here