Demonstrate a detailed knowledge of historical interpretations of Jewish history from the 17th to the end of the 20th century, particularly regarding ideas of class, gender, religion, and race.
Communicate ideas and findings, adapting to a range of situations, audiences, and degrees of complexity.
Generate ideas through the analysis of a broad range of primary source material related to early modern and modern Jewish history.
Examine and evaluate the contributions made by existing historiographies of Jewish studies.
Act with limited supervision and direction within defined guidelines, accepting responsibility for achieving deadlines.