Shulamit Magnus

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Shulamit Magnus is a professor of History and Jewish Studies.

Shulamit has very high standards for student writing and strongly recommends that students make use of the writing center. She has a particularly strong aversion to the use of the word "impact" in student writing. The following statement appears on all of her syllabi:

"Impact" is a noun, not a verb; unless you mean "collision," say "affect," or "influence."

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Fall 2008

Spring 2009

Opinions

It is very hard to get an A in her classes, but she is a great professor and anyone who takes her class will learn a lot. --Pittnat 15:50, 2 September 2007 (EDT)

I was scared to take a course with her until my senior year, and what a loss it was for me. If I would do it over again, I would take all of her classes. Be aware that you will be more or less doing the work of a course 100 level above what the course is listed. For a 200 level class, expect 300 level work. But worth it! Believe me! --209.6.89.177, 22 October 2011

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