MA Religion Jewish Studies Pathway
In partnership with King’s College London
A Richly Diverse Field
The MA covers a wide array of approaches and disciplines, offering you the chance to study with experts in a range of fields. You will be taught by faculty members from LSJS and King’s College London.
There is one core module:
Identities and Communities in Flux: Texts and Methods in Jewish Studies
LSJS students follow a special designated pathway through a range of optional modules including: Biblical & Modern Hebrew; Jewish Ethics; Post-Holocaust Jewish Thought; Gender & Sexuality; The Jews of Muslim and Christian Spain; Modern Jewish Visual Culture; and Selfhood and Sensibility in the European Enlightenment
A 15,000 word dissertation on a topic of your choice.
Dr Simon Cooper
R. Dr Michael J. Harris
Emeritus Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks
Dr Tamra Wright
Dr Andrea Schatz
Dr Adam Sutcliffe
Prof Julian Weiss
Teacher in Focus
Dr Tamra Wright is Director of Academic Studies at LSJS and specializes in contemporary Jewish thought. She is a Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London and Cambridge University.
Lectures will take place at the Strand Campus of King’s College London between 9am and 7pm.
You can complete the degree in 1 year (fulltime) or 2 years (part-time).
Candidates will normally have an undergraduate degree, preferably, but not necessarily, in a humanities subject. Contact Dr Tamra Wright, email@example.com, for a discussion.