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Judaism in Popular Culture
Popular Culture is all around us and influences our lives in many different ways, so do Judaism and Jewish Culture. The course will investigate where and how the two areas meet and how they influence each other. In the course, participants will take part in discussion based on Jewish Textual Sources and assigned readings/watched movies etc.
To apply for this course, you need basic computer skills and knowledge of how to use the digital platform Zoom. The school offers Zoom manuals and a training opportunity before the start of the course.
Course material is included in the fee for this course.
About the teacher
Ivana Koutníková holds degrees in Jewish studies, German studies, and history. She has worked in educational organizations such as Centropa, a Vienna-based historical institute dedicated to preserving 20th century Jewish family stories and photos from Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans), and CET Academic Programs in Prague (as the resident director for Jewish and Central European studies). She has been working with cultural management connected to Jewish culture for more than 8 years. Currently, she works at Paideia as a project manager.