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HEBR 105 Hebrew I – Elementary
Introduction to the Hebrew alphabet and language, and development of basic speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
4 credit hours
Cross-listed with JWST105
HEBR 107 Hebrew III – Intermediate
Strengthening grammar skills, continued practice in speaking, listening, writing and reading through conversation, texts and songs.
Cross-listed with JWST107
LLCU 335 A Land of Many Faces - Israel through Time
In this course, we consider questions such as: did the Israeli kibbutz (communal living) survive the test of time? How do Arab citizens of a Jewish state perceive themselves vis a vis their Jewish counterparts? And what were the customs of Jews living in Arab countries a century ago? What changes did they undergo upon moving to Israel? Through analysis of leading Israeli authors literary works, we explore these major themes, as they pertain to Israeli society s complex structure, from the foundation of the state until today. Taught in English.
3 credit hours
Cross-listed with JWST335
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