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JUDAIC 374, “Culture & Immigration in Israel,” 3 credits. This course focuses on cultural history of immigration in Israel. The topics include: ideological, political, and social contexts of immigration; interethnic relations; and media representation of immigrants in Israel. Prerequisites: None.