Faculty-Led Program: LITR 280 in Israel (2020)
Discover Israel through the prism of the Literature of the Bible. Studying key passages in the Hebrew Bible (Tanach) and The New Testament from a literary perspective, students will learn about the Biblical idea of the Land of Israel and the Holiness of Jerusalem - as reflected in the lives of David and Jesus. The Literature of the Bible will come to life as every day, in addition to class time, you will visit historic and religious sites in Jerusalem (Jewish and Christian Quarters of the Old City) and nearby places such as the historic Masada Mountain, the Dead Sea, Nazareth, and the Sea of Galilee. We will also visit two of Israel’s most important museums - the Israel Museum and Yad Vashem, the International Museum of the Holocaust. In this class you will experience Israel’s religious and cultural sense of holy places and sacred time.
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This faculty-led study abroad program is part of LITR 280 World Masterpieces in Translation, taught by Dr. Wiley Feinstein. Click here for the tentative LITR_280_2020_Syllabus, which includes details on planned activities.
After you have completed the OIP application for this program and been accepted, you will be registered in this course by OIP. You don't need to self-register for this course.
|Paid to Loyola|
|Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Fee||$1,225||paid to LOCUS|
|Office of International Programs Administrative Fee||$100||paid to Loyola Study Abroad Online Application|
|Loyola University Chicago tuition||Click for current Loyola tuition.||paid to LOCUS|
- Click for information on tuition payment deadlines.
|Not Paid to Loyola|
|Airfare||$900 (estimated)||you pay directly to airline; don't buy your ticket until we notify you to do so.|
|Incidental expenses and additional meals||$850 (estimated)||take with you abroad|
You will stay with the group in shared rooms in a residence hall at Hebrew University Jerusalem.
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