Études juives canadiennes Vered - Cours offerts

Les cours suivants sont offerts dans le cadre du Programme d’études juives canadiennes Vered. Ils s’intègrent à la mineure en études juives canadiennes ou à d’autres programmes d’études.

À moins d’avis contraire, tous les cours sont ouverts aux étudiants de l’Université et aux membres de la communauté élargie. Ces derniers peuvent s’inscrire en tant qu’étudiants spéciaux à fin d’obtenir des crédits, ou en tant qu’auditeurs. Les auditeurs n’obtiennent aucun crédit et ne peuvent se présenter aux examens ou soumettre des travaux. 

Cliquez sur le lien suivant pour plus d’information sur le statut d’étudiant spécial.

Pour la liste complète des cours offerts par la Faculté des arts, consultez les annuaires des études de premier cycle.

 

Cours offerts à l'automne 2016

CDN 1300-HYB: Introduction to Jewish Canadian Studies (3 credits) 
Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of the Jewish experience in Canada, including discussion of scholarship in history, sociology, culture, literature and other areas. 
Professor: Rebecca Margolis 
Monday: 11:30 –13:00; Thursday 13:00 – 14: 30

CDN 3383/ENG 3383A: Jewish Canadian Writers (3 credits) 
A focus on the major Jewish-Canadian writers of the past seventy-five years: A.M. Klein, Irving Layton, Norman Levine, Adele Wiseman, Mordecai Richler and others. 
Professor: Seymour Mayne 
Thursday: 19:00 – 22:00

YDD 1901A Introduction to Yiddish Language and Culture I (3 credits) 
A beginner’s study of the Yiddish language focused on the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in combination with a cultural component. This course is not open to auditors. 
Professor: Rebecca Margolis 
Monday: 13:00 – 14:30; Wednesday: 11:30 – 13:00

Cours offerts à l'hiver 2017

CDN 2505/HIS 2505A: Histoire des Juifs au Canada (3 credits)
Overview of the history of the Jewish Community in Canada from early migration through to the present. 
Professor: Pierre Anctil 
Monday: 1300 – 14:30; Wednesday 11:30 –13:00

YDD 1902A: Introduction to Yiddish Language and Culture II (3 credits) 
A more advanced study of the Yiddish language focused on the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in combination with a cultural component. This course is not open to auditors. 
Professor: Rebecca Margolis 
Tuesday: 16:00 – 17:30; Thursday: 14:30 – 16:00

 


Cours offerts à l'automne 2015

CDN 3102A/ENG 4330A: Leonard Cohen: Poet, Novelist, and Troubadour (3 credits)
Focus mainly on Leonard Cohen’s writings, his collections of poetry, his two novels, and his extensive lyrical repertoire as literary texts.
Professor: Seymour Mayne
Thursday: 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Cours offerts à l'hiver 2016 

CDN2105A/HIS2105A: History of the Jews of Canada (3 credits)
Overview of the history of the Jewish Community in Canada from the English regime to the contemporary period.
Professor: Pierre Anctil
Tuesday 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

 YDD 2104A Yiddish Literature and Film (3 credits)
A study of Yiddish literature and cinema in its major and minor centres worldwide. Discussion of major themes in Yiddish literary works and film as well as the social and cultural contexts behind their creation. No knowledge of Yiddish required.
Professor: Natalia Vesselova
Monday 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.

 

Cours offerts à l'automne 2014 

CDN1300: Introduction to Jewish Canadian Studies (3 credits)
Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of the Jewish experience in Canada, including discussion of scholarship in history, sociology, culture, literature and other areas.
Professor: Rebecca Margolis
Mondays 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Thursdays, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.

CDN2505/HIS 2505A: L'histoire des Juifs du Canada (3 crédits)
Survol de l'histoire de la communauté juive canadienne depuis les premières années du régime anglais jusqu'à la période contemporaine.
Professor: Pierre Anctil
Mondays 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

CDN 3383/ENG 3383: Jewish Canadian Writers: The Making of a Tradition (3 credits)
Focus on the major Jewish-Canadian writers of the past seventy-five years: A.M. Klein, Irving Layton, Norman Levine, Adele Wiseman, Mordecai Richler and others, as well as work in translation by Yiddish-Canadian writers.
Professor: Seymour Mayne
Mondays 5:30-8:30 p.m.

 

Cours offerts à l'automne 2013

CDN-ENG 3383: Jewish Canadian Writers: The Making of a Tradition
Focus on the major Jewish-Canadian writers of the past seventy-five years: A.M. Klein, Irving Layton, Adele Wiseman, Mordecai Richler, Leonard Cohen and others.
Professeur Seymour Mayne
Les mardis de 17 h 30 à 20 h 30

Cours offerts à l'hiver 2014

CDN2105/HIS2105: History of the Jews of Canada (3 credits)
Overview of the history of the Jewish Community in Canada from the early migration through to the present.
Professeur Pierre Anctil

Les mardis de 17 h 30 à 19 h et les jeudis de 17 h 30 à 19 h 00.

YDD2104: Yiddish Literature and Film (3 credits)
A study of Yiddish literature and cinema in its major and minor centre worldwide. Discussion of major themes in Yiddish literary works and film as well as the social and cultural contexts behind their creation. No knowledge of Yiddish required.
Professeur (à confirmer)
Les mercredis de 16 h à 19 h

 

Liste complète des cours en études juives canadiennes

CDN1300 : Introduction to Jewish Canadian Studies (3 crédits)
Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of the Jewish experience in Canada, including discussion of scholarship in history, sociology, culture, literature and other areas.

CDN1700 : Introduction aux études juives canadiennes (3 crédits)
Survol multidisciplinaire des études juives canadiennes dans les domaines de l'histoire, de la littérature, de la sociologie et de la culture en général.

CDN2105/HIS2105: History of the Jews of Canada (3 crédits)
Overview of the history of the Jewish Community in Canada from the early migration through to the present.

CDN2505 : L'histoire des Juifs du Canada (3 crédits) 
Survol de l'histoire de la communauté juive canadienne depuis les premières années du régime anglais jusqu'à la période contemporaine.

CDN3102 : Selected Topic in Jewish Canadian Studies (3 crédits)
Sujets seront offerts en rotation tel que le département l’annoncera. 
* Préalable: CDN1300 or CDN1700

CDN3383/ENG3383 : Jewish Canadian Writers (3 crédits) 
Focus on the major Jewish-Canadian writers of the twentieth century: A.M. Klein, Irving Layton, Miriam Waddington, Adele Wiseman, Mordecai Richler, Leonard Cohen and others, as well as work in translation by Yiddish-Canadian writers.

SRS3314 : Judaism (3 crédits)
A study of the beliefs, commandments, rites and traditions that form the Jewish religion.

YDD1901 : Introduction to Yiddish Language and Culture I (3 crédits)         
A beginner’s study of the Yiddish language focused on the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in combination with a cultural component. Ce cours n’est pas ouvert aux auditeurs.

YDD1902 : Introduction to Yiddish Language and Culture II (3 crédits)
A more advanced study of the Yiddish language focused on the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in combination with a cultural component.
* Préalable: YDD1901

YDD2104 : Yiddish Literature and Film (3 crédits)
A study of Yiddish literature and cinema in its major and minor centre worldwide. Discussion of major themes in Yiddish literary works and film as well as the social and cultural contexts behind their creation. Aucune connaissance du Yiddish requise.

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