In a recent article, TIME Magazine profiled professors around the US whose courses are so popular that they often have “hundreds or even thousands of students competing for a seat in their class.”
The list of “teaching stars” includes GW’s Faye Moskowitz, CCAS BA ’70, MA ’79 and her course, “Jewish Literature Live.”
TIME writes: The class tends to fill up just minutes into registration, and students start nagging the octogenarian professor for a spot weeks before the class is listed. Senior Maaike Ravesteijn took another Moskowitz class, “Jewish American Literature” and said it was one of the best classes she took in college. “Every class, she’s telling a story,” she said.
To learn more about Professor Moskowitz and “Jewish Literature Live,” visit GW Today.