Study Abroad Course Offerings and Schedules

  • Fall 2018
  • Spring 2019

Fall Semester 2018 - Study Abroad Courses

 

Please note that all courses, dates and times below are subject to change.

All students should carefully read the Fall Semester 2018 Academic Handbook. In this handbook, students will find detailed academic information regarding courses, academic policies, course registration, important academic deadlines and dates, and more.

 

Voyage to Medicine students will receive their course schedules directly from their Voyage to Medicine Coordinator and in the meantime can find all Voyage to Medicine course syllabi here.

 

Course locations below are according to the following key:

 

N = Naftali Building

DD = Dan David Building

L = Law Building

P = Porter School

G = Gilman

Please visit the TAU Campus Map for more information on building locations.

 

 

JEWISH STUDIES

Course Number

Day

Hours

Final

Location

The Jewish World in the Modern Era - Prof. R. Rockaway

2120.5300.02

TUES/THURS

10:15-11:45

Final Paper

TUES N201

THURS N210

History of Anti -Semitism - Dr. K. Beller

2120.0539.02

MON/WED

10:15-11:45

Final Paper

MON N103

WED

N003

The Essence of Judaism - Dr. M. Gresser

2120.0109.02

TUES/THURS

10:15-11:45

Final Paper

DD110

ISRAEL STUDIES

Course Number

Day

Hours

Final

 

One Hundred Years: History and Memory in Tel Aviv-Jaffa - Dr. M Wein

2120.0533.02

TUES

16:15-19:45

Final Paper

DD110

Israeli Politics - Dr. E. Klauber

2120.0112.02

TUES/THURS

12:15-13:45

Final Paper

N001

Intelligence in National Security and Strategy – Dr. Joshua Krasna

2120-1400-02

WED

12:15-15:45

Final Take Home Exam

L204

MIDDLE EAST STUDIES

Course Number

Day

Hours

Final

 

History of the Middle East in the Modern Period - Dr. B. Friedman

2120.0120.03

TUES/THURS

14:15-15:45

Final Paper

L203

The Israeli Collective Memory of the Israeli-Arab/Palestinian Conflict - Dr. Rafi Nets

2120.1012.02

MON/WED

16:15-17:45

Final Presentation

Mon

L102

Wed L203

Iran and Regional Politics – Dr. Elisheva Machlis

2120-1900-02

TUES/THURS

14:15-15:45

Final Paper

DD110

ART STUDIES

Course Number

Day

Hours

Final

 

Israeli Cinema and the Culture of Modern Israel - Dr. S. Duvdevani

2120.0468.02

MON

12:15-15:45

Final In Class Exam

DD110

Writing the Experience of Tel Aviv – Dr. D. Barnat

2120.0128.03

MON

16:15-19:45

Final Paper

DD106

LIFE SCIENCES

Course Number

Day

Hours

Final

 

Israel And The Environment - Dr. S. Fleischer

2120.0139.02

TUES

16:30-20:00

Final Take Home Exam

P101

MANAGEMENT, ECONOMICS, COMMUNICATION

Course Number

Day

Hours

Final

 

The Israeli Economy - Dr. P. Rivlin

2120.0117.02

MON/WED

14:15-15:45

Final Paper

Mon L102

Wed DD110

Business Ethics - Dr. S. Smila-Sened

2120.0100.02

MON/WED

10:15-11:45

Final Take Home Exam

DD110

ARABIC

Course Number

Day

Hours

Final

 

Introduction to Modern Standard Arabic (First Level)  - Mr. M. Guggenheimer

2120.0980.01

TUES/THURS

12:15-13:45

Final Take Home Exam

DD106

 

Fall Semester 2018 - Courses in BA Liberal Arts Program that Run According to the Study Abroad Semester Dates

Study Abroad students may take the below 3 credit courses which are part of the BA Program in Liberal Arts (taught in English). These courses begin on October 14, 2018, and end at the same date of the study abroad courses listed above (December 20, 2018) and so they follow our Study Abroad Calendar. More information on the class locations, exact dates, and syllabi for each BA course is provided on the BA Liberal Arts web site.

 

Please also note that many times classes in Israel are written “to the nearest hour”, meaning you may see a course that meets from 10:15-11:45 written as 10:00-12:00. In this case, the course starts at 10:15, and ends at 11:45. Below we have written the course times as they actually are.

 

Course Name

Course Number

Day

Hour

Location

Theories in Communication and New Media – Dr. Sharon Avital

1662.1503.01

TUES

10:15-13:45

Rosenberg 002

Consciousness and the Electronic Mind – Dr. Noa Gedi

1662.2507.01

MON, WED

14:15-15:45

Rosenberg 002

The Shi’i World in the Contemporary Era – Dr. Elisheva Machlis

1662.2225.01

SUN

10:15-15:45

Gilman 304

Getting to the Heart of Life: Psychoanalytic Explorations of Truth, Love, Sexuality and Being Human – Dr. Gideon Lev

1662.1603.04

SUN, THURS

12:15-13:45

SUN Gilman 278
THURS Gilman 220

 

Fall Semester 2018 - Courses in BA Liberal Arts Program that Run According to the Israeli Semester Dates

The below courses are 2 or 4 credit courses which are part of the BA Program in Liberal Arts (taught in English). Study abroad students can take these courses but they must be aware that the end dates of the courses are in mid to late January in most cases, beyond the dates of the regular study abroad calendar. There might be cases where students can leave according to the study abroad calendar (December 20) and instead do an additional course assignment to make up for the missing weeks of the course. If you are interested in taking these courses, please first discuss with the TAU International Office Academic Coordinator Yael Gazit to understand the dates and the possibilities for these courses. More information on the class locations, exact dates, and syllabi for each BA course is provided on the BA Liberal Arts web site.

 

Please also note that many times classes in Israel are written “to the nearest hour”, meaning you may see a course that meets from 10:15-11:45 written as 10:00-12:00. In this case, the course starts at 10:15, and ends at 11:45. Below we have written the course times as they actually are.

 

World Masterpieces of Western Tradition – Dr. Uri S. Cohen (4 credits)

1662.1100.03

TUES, THURS

16:15-17:45

TUES Gilman 307

THURS Gilman 456

Digital Discourse: New Media Language and Dynamics – Dr. Carmel Vaisman (4 credits)

1662.1500.01

SUN, THURS

14:15-15:45

Rosenberg 102

Posthumanism: The Ends of Man – Dr. Robin Shochat Bagon (2 credits)

1662.2520.01

SUN

12:15-13:45

Gilman 456

Introduction to Early Modern Philosophy – Dr. Itay Snir (2 credits)

1662.1403.01

MON, THURS

MON 16:15-17:45

 

THURS 18:15-19:45

DD210

Social and Cultural History of the Modern Middle East – Dr. D. Zisenwine (4 credits)

1662.1201.01

MON, THURS

12:15-13:45

DD212

Planets, Stars, and Cosmic Order in Western Culture – Dr. Ido Yavetz (2 credits)

1662.1115.01

TUES

18:15-19:45

Gilman 361

Modernity and its Discontents – Dr. Yoav Fromer (4 credits)

1662.111.01

MON, THURS

14:15-15:45

Rosenberg 001

What is Post-Shoah Thought for Christians and Jews? – Dr. Barbara Meyer (2 credits)

1662.2304.01

THURS

12:15-13:45

Gilman 317

Guided Readings – Dr. Adrian Sackson (2 credits)

1662.1401.01

SUN

10:15-11:45

Gilman 317A

Introduction to Aesthetics – Dr. Rona Cohen (2 credits)

1662.2417.01

WED

16:15-17:45

Gilman 362

Puzzles about Persons - Dr. David Kovacs (4 credits)

0618.3021.01

MON

12:15-15:45

Gilman 362A

Psychology as a Science – Dr. Alana Siegal (2 credits)

 

1662.1604.03

MON

12:15-13:45

Gilman 307

Issues in Social Psychology – Dr. Rony Berger (2 credits)

1662.1602.01

WED

12:15-13:45

DD210

Critical Dilemmas in Contemporary Psychology – Dr. Lisa Armon (2 credits)

1662.2615.01

THURS

10:15-11:45

Gilman 456

 

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