You’re passionate about taking a lead and want to understand the issues and challenges around Israel. You are inspired to learn more about the Jewish homeland and how it came be to be the most coveted piece of Land in the Middle East. You will have the option to travel to Poland and Israel on the March of the Living or to the AIPAC conference (additional cost).
This course traces the emergence during the 20th century of the principle Middle-Eastern nation-states and examines their ongoing political, social, ideological and economic development. Students will investigate the roles played by various local and foreign groups and individuals and will learn to consider current events and challenges from a historical perspective. In addition, students will sharpen their research and analysis skills and will develop the ability to communicate in diverse ways their knowledge and understanding of this consistently important world crossroads.
Your Experience is 2.5hrs in-class once a week September-June, 2 seminars and Family Dinner
You will have the option to go on a trip with your cohort. Additional costs will apply.
Course- The Modern Middle East
Course Code- CHZ47
Prerequisite: Any university or university/college preparation course in Canadian and world studies, English or social sciences and humanities.
Wednesday@ Prosserman- 7:00- 9:30pm
Tuesday@ Promenade- 3:50- 6:20pm
Monday@ Schwartz Reisman Centre- 3:50- 6:20pm
The Modern Middle East -March of the Living Participants
The course will run from January-June. The student must be accepted to the MOL trip, will have to attend both the Torah High courses as well as the MOL requirements. The fee for the MOL trip is paid separately to MOL.
Monday@ Promenade Mall— 7:00- 9:30pm
Tuesday@ Village Shul—5:00- 8:00pm
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