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HEBREW SCHEDULE FALL 2018

 

Language courses:

HEBR 101  ELEMENTARY HEBREW 1    MON,THURS 1:10-2:25      FRIEDMAN AND TABIV      409W                    

HEBR 357.71   HEBREW FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS 1   MON,THURS  1:10-2:25    FRIEDMAN AND TABIV    207W

HEBR 101  ELEMENTARY HEBREW 1         MON,WED  5:35-6:50         TABIV                            409W                          

HEBR 201  INTERMEDIATE HEBREW 1       MON,THURS  2:45-4:00      FRIEDMAN                    409W

HEBR 105  ELEMENTARY BIBLICAL HEBREW 1  MON,THURS 2:45-4:00    BERGER                 1143W

HEBR 371  HEBREW CONVERSATION 1      WED 10:10-1:00                   FRIEDMAN                   207W  

Culture and Literature Courses IN ENGLISH:                                                                                                    

HEBR 211  MASTERPIECES OF MEDIEVAL HEB LIT IN TRANSLATION   MON, THURS  1:10-2:25    DEN HOLLANDER   Location TBA

HEBR 214  MAIMONIDES' GUIDE                MON,THURS 11:10-12:25      BERGER                     409W          

HEBR 215  HEB & JUD CULTURE AND THOUGHT UNDER ISLAM  WED 10:10-1:00  THOMAS 409W                        

HEBR 221  MODERN ISRAELI CULTURE       MON,THURS 1:10-2:25        KUBOVY         Location TBA                                           

HEBR 240  INTRO TO OLD TESTAMENT     MON,THURS  4:10-5:25         TROEN                      409W

HEBR 284  WOMEN IN OLD TESTAMENT    MON,THURS  9:45-11:00        BERGER                   409W

HEBR 292  HEBREW PROPHETS IN ENGLISH   MON, THURS 2:45-4:00   TROEN                       C111N

 

Courses Taught in Hebrew:

HEBR 490  INDEPENDENT STUDIES                    TBA                                 FRIEDMAN                    

HEBR 490 INDEPENDENT STUDIES                     TBA                                 KUBOVY

 

 

COURSES IN THE JEWISH STUDIES PROGRAM

Unorthodox Writing: Modern Jewish Literature
Professor Leah Garrett
FALL SEMESTER 2018:  MW 4:10-5:25
English Department: ENGL 32982


Rabbis, Radicals, and Racketeers: Jewish New York, 1650 - Present
Lecturer Aaron Welt
FALL SEMESTER 2018: M/TH 11:10-12:25
Cross-listed Jewish Studies and History: JS41053/HIST25015 

 

 

 

Consult the Hebrew section of the undergraduate course catalog for full division offerings.

 

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