Dead Sea Scrolls
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A 2016 course by J. Edward Wright at Arizona University surveys "Jewish history and religion during the Second Temple Period."
A 2004 course by Jim Watts at Syracuse University traces "the history and literature of Second Temple Judaism by focusing on two key features: the Jerusalem Temple in history and in religious imagination, and the reinterpretation of Jewish tradition in the Dead Sea Scrolls. It will conclude by considering the developing role of scripture in religious thought and literature, to set the stage for interpreting the emergence of rabbinic Judaism and early Christianity."
A 2010 course by Erik Larson at Florida International University analyzes the Dead Sea Scrolls and the light they shed on then-contemporary Jewish, Christian, and Qumran groups.