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Courses - Summer 2019

Jewish Studies courses and Hebrew courses.

 

JEWISH STUDIES

JWSH 124 – Understanding the Bible
ONLINE, Paul Mirecki. June 4 - July 26
An introduction to the literature of the Bible, exploring the relationships among the various types of literature present and the function of each type in the history and religious life of the people who produced and used them. Cannot be taken concurrently with REL 311 or JWSH 321 or REL 315. Not open to students who have taken REL 125 or JWSH 125. (Same as REL 124.)

 

HEBREW

HEBR 110 – Elementary Israeli Hebrew I
MWF 9:00-11:00am, Shelley Rissien. June 5 - June 28, WES 1045
A beginning course in modern Israeli Hebrew. Essentials of grammar, syntax and conversational practice; elementary reading and writing. Note: Students with other previous experience in Hebrew must take a placement exam.

HEBR 120 – Elementary Israeli Hebrew II
MWF 12:00-2:00pm, Shelley Rissien. June 5 - June 28, WES 4037
A continuation of HEBR 110. Note Students with other previous experience in Hebrew must take a placement exam. Prerequisite: HEBR 110.

 

Welcome Professor Zeedan!
The Jewish Studies Program is delighted to welcome Prof. Rami Zeedan as a new faculty member! Prof. Zeedan holds a Ph.D. in Israeli Studies from the University of Haifa in Israel. His research interests include the history of modern Israel, Israeli politics, Middle-Eastern politics, ethnic politics, urban affairs and local governments, and public opinion. This Fall he is teaching courses on Israeli politics and government, and on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 
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