Courses on the Middle East and Surrounding Regions

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The Ohio State University offers a wide variety of classes related to the Middle East area (270, total), across 30 disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, arts, professional schools, and applied sciences. Many of these courses have the ability to fulfill various core requirements for undergraduates (GECs). OSU also offers courses on less commonly taught languages such as Arabic, Persian/Dari, Hebrew, Hindi, Pashto, Turkish, Urdu, and Uzbek, as well as Biblical Hebrew, Qur’anic Arabic, and ancient Semitic languages. The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (NELC) offers 80 language courses, and 67 non-language courses.

The following courses are on offer this Autumn, 2022!

ANTHROP 3434
Archaeology of the Holy Land
Challenges students to evaluate the cultural phenomena that are Bible and Qur'an in their historical context by studying a broad range of archaeological cultures in the periods during which the Bible and Qur'an came to be written texts. The course provides an introduction to the archaeology of periods and cultures 3500 BCE-700 CE in the Holy Land and its neighbors. GE cultures and ideas course.

Lecture Section 0010 (27659) Joy McCorriston

Smith Laboratory - Room: 4025

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Wednesday Friday 11:30 am - 12:25 pm


ARABIC 2241
Contemporary Arab Cultures: Arts, Mass Media, Society
This course explores the intersecting political, artistic, and intellectual currents and practices that have shaped contemporary Arab cultures. It is organized as a survey of different cultural phenomena in Arab societies and diasporas including: the Arabic language and its varieties, music, poetry, law, television & cinema, and more. GE culture and ideas and diversity global studies course.

Lecture Section 0010 (27310) Zuheir A Alidib
ONLINE (Marion Campus)
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Wednesday 1:30 pm - 2:50 pm


ARABIC 1101.01
Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I
Developing the ability to use Arabic functionally and communicatively in context; intensive oral interaction with instructor and fellow students; the basics of the writing system. Classroom track. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Prereq: Not open to students with 1101.02 or 4 cr hrs of 1101.51. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Multiple Sections


ARABIC 1102.01
Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II
Developing further language ability through learning how to perform certain functions orally and using them with fellow students; reading and writing passages reflecting their abilities. Classroom track. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Prereq: 1101.01 or 4 cr hrs of 1101.51. Not open to students with credit for 1102.02 or 4 cr hrs of 1102.51. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (26780) Hekmat Dirbas

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday10:20 am - 11:15 am


ARABIC 1103.01
Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I
Building on previously acquired functional abilities; using Arabic to express opinion and feelings; oral interaction in the classroom; reading authentic texts or various genres. Classroom track. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Prereq: 1102.01, 1102.02, or 4 cr hrs of 1102.51. Not open to students with credit for 1103.02 or 4 cr hrs of 1103.51. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Multiple Sections


ARABIC 2111
Colloquial Arabic I
Introduction to the phonology and grammar of the everyday spoken language used in the Eastern Arab World. Prereq or concur: 1103.01 or 1103.02. Not open to students with credit for 4111.

Lecture Section 10 (26111) Marie-Therese Labaki

Enarson Classroom Building - Room: 230

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday 2:20 pm - 3:40 pm


ARABIC 2241
Contemporary Arab Cultures: Arts, Mass Media, Society
This course explores the intersecting political, artistic, and intellectual currents and practices that have shaped contemporary Arab cultures. It is organized as a survey of different cultural phenomena in Arab societies and diasporas including: the Arabic language and its varieties, music, poetry, law, television & cinema, and more. GE culture and ideas and diversity global studies course.

ARABIC 2241:Lecture Section 0010 (28030) Zuheir A Alidib

ONLINE (Newark Campus)
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday9:35 am - 10:55 am


ARABIC 2702
Modern Arabic Literature in Translation
Reading and analysis of representative works of the 19th and 20th centuries; by contemporary women authors. Prereq: English 1110 (110). Not open to students with credit for 2702 (372), 2702H (372H), 372, or WGSSt 2702H (372H). GE lit and diversity global studies course. Cross-listed in WGSSt.

Lecture Section 10 (27554) Johanna Sellman

Hayes Hall - Room: 024

8/23/22 - 12/7/22

This class meets Monday Wednesday 2:20 pm - 3:40 pm


ARABIC 4108
Advanced Arabic Grammar
Advanced discussion of Arabic morphology and syntax with readings from both modern and classical texts from various genres. Prereq: 4106.

Lecture Section 010 (35170) Ahmad Al-Jallad

Arps Hall - Room: 012

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday12:45 pm - 2:05 pm


ARABIC 3105
Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic III
Developing reading skills through reading adapted and authentic Arabic texts; selections reflect cultural and literary aspects of Arabic culture. Prereq: 2104.

Lecture Section 10 (14761) Marie-Therese Labaki

Enarson Classroom Building - Room: 318

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 12:40 pm - 1:35 pm

ARABIC 5401
Translation: Theory and Practice
Examination of some general guidelines for translating from Arabic to English or from English to Arabic, depending on the first language of the student. Requires advanced reading proficiency. Prereq: Arabic 3105, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 615.

Lecture Section 10 (26241) Johanna Sellman

Baker Systems Engineering - Room: 128

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Wednesday12:45 pm - 2:05 pm


ARABIC 8892
Studies in Arabic Philosophy
Study of important selections of Arabic philosophy in the source language; students will explore a major issue or phenomenon in the larger context of Arabic philosophy.

ARABIC 8892:Seminar Section 010 (36518) Sean W Anthony

Hagerty Hall - Room: 351

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday2:15 pm - 5:00 pm


HISTORY OF ART 4212 
Egyptian Art and Archeology
Egyptian art is some of the most iconic from the ancient world. The aim of this course is to provide an overview of the major sites, monuments, and objects throughout ancient Egyptian history, from the Predynastic through the Graeco-Roman periods, that shaped the way the Egyptians visualized their world. At the end of the semester, we will also examine the legacy of Egyptian-style art over the centuries.

Lecturer Sarah Schellinger

Class #27514  |  IN PERSON  |  MON & WED 2:20-3:40PM

 


HEBREW 3245
Israeli Film & Society
A survey of Israeli films from 1948 to the present day, tracing the development of film production in Israel as well as the relationship between film and society. Prereq: English 1110. Not open to students with credit for 2245 or JewshSt 2245 or 3245. GE VPA and diversity global studies course. GE theme citizenship for div and just wrld course. Cross-listed in JewshSt.

HEBREW 3245:Lecture Section 10 (27560) Naomi Brenner, Yichen Shen

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22


HEBREW 2700
The Hebrew Bible in Translation
Reading and analysis of selected chapters from the Hebrew scriptures and post-biblical Hebrew writings representative of major historical, cultural, and literary trends. Prereq: English 1110. Not open to students with credit for 2700H, JewshSt 2700, or 2700H. GE lit and diversity global studies course. GE foundation lit, vis and performing arts course. Cross-listed in JewshSt.

Lecture Section 10 (17758) Ingrid Johanne Epstein

Knowlton Hall - Room: 190

8/23/22 - 12/7/22 This class meets Tuesday Thursday 3:55 pm - 5:15 pm

HEBREW 1101.01
Elementary Hebrew I
Conversation, reading, writing, vocabulary building, phonetics, and grammar of Hebrew. Closed to native speakers of this language. Prereq: Not open to students with 3 or more years of high school Hebrew through regular course enrollment or EM credit. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Multiple sections


HEBREW 2700H
The Hebrew Bible in Translation
Reading and analysis of selected chapters from the Hebrew scriptures and post-biblical Hebrew writings representative of major historical, cultural, and literary trends. Prereq: Honors standing, and English 1110; or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 2700, JewshSt 2700, or 2700H. GE lit and diversity global studies course. GE foundation lit, vis and performing arts course. Cross-listed in JewshSt.

HEBREW 2700H:Lecture Section 10 (27557) Daniel Frank

Enarson Classroom Building - Room: 206

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday9:35 am - 10:55 am

HEBREW 4101
Review of Grammar and Composition
Review of Hebrew grammar; composition on assigned topics and some practice in translation. Prereq: 1103 (104). Not open to students with credit for 401.

Lecture Section 010 (35176) Galit Elli Golan

Derby Hall - Room: 060

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 3:00 pm - 3:55 pm

HEBREW 1103.01
Intermediate Hebrew I
Reading of Modern Hebrew short stories, poems, and essays; special emphasis on oral practice and Hebrew idioms. Closed to native speakers of this language. Prereq: 1102, or permission of instructor. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

HEBREW 1103.01:Lecture Section 10 (17757) Galit Elli Golan

Derby Hall - Room: 024

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday1:50 pm - 2:45 pm

HINDI 1101
Elementary Hindi I
Study of Hindi language, with appropriate cultural background; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing. Closed to native speakers of the language. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (17759) Preeti Palvankar

Dulles Hall - Room: 012

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 5:20 pm - 6:15 pm

HINDI 1103
Intermediate Hindi I
Continued study of Hindi language, with appropriate cultural background; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing. Prereq: 1102. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

HINDI 1103:Lecture Section 10 (17760) Preeti Palvankar

Dulles Hall - Room: 024

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday4:10 pm - 5:05 pm


HISTORY 2201
Ancient Greece and Rome
Comparative historical analysis of ancient Mediterranean civilizations of the Near East, Greece, and Rome from the Bronze Age to Fall of Rome. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 1211 or 301. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Multiple sections and campuses.


HISTORY 2210
Classical Archaeology
Introduction to the principles, methods, and history of archaeological investigation in the ancient Greek and Roman world, illustrated through a selection of major classical sites. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx. Not open to students with credit for Clas 2301 or HistArt 2301. GE cultures and ideas and historical study and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course. 

Multiple sections and campuses.

HISTORY 2221
Introduction to the New Testament: History and Literature
Introductory survey of the New Testament writings in translation, including non-canonical sources of the early Christian movement. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for Clas 2221, 2221E, 2401, or 2401E. GE for lit and historical study course. GE foundation lit, vis and performing arts and historical and cultural studies course. Cross-listed in Clas.

Lecture Section 010 (34699) Bert Harrill


Fontana Laboratories - Room: 2020

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Wednesday Friday9:10 am - 10:05 am


HISTORY 2231
The Crusades
Examines the various European crusades - in the Holy Land, Spain, Eastern Europe, and southern France - from their origins to the late 15th century. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. GE historical study and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Multiple sections and campuses.


HISTORY 2302
History of Modern Africa, 1800 - 1960s
Thematic survey of African history from 1800 to the 1960s. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Campus:Marion Recitation Section 0010 (35969) James E. Genova

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
Class not scheduled yet TBA


HISTORY 2350
Islam, Politics, and Society in History
Introduction to the manner in which Islam has interacted with politics in the Middle East and vicinity from the rise of Islam through the present. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx. Not open to students with credit for 340. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Lecture Section 0010 (35671) Mehrak Kamali Sarvestani

ONLINE
10/17/22 - 12/7/22
Class not scheduled yet TBA


HISTORY 2351
Early Islamic Society, 610-1258
Origins and early development of selected fundamental Islamic institutions in their historical and cultural context. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx. Not open to students with credit for Islam 2351. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course. Cross-listed in Islam.

HISTORY 2351:Lecture Section 0010 (36222) Sean W Anthony

Lazenby Hall - Room: 034

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday 2:20 pm - 3:40 pm


HISTORY 2353
The Middle East Since 1914
An introductory study of the political, social and cultural history and evolution of Islamic civilization since 1914. The course will examine the impact of outside power on the Middle East, as well as the region's responses to modernity; political, socioeconomic and cultural change; ideological strategy; Islamic identity and globalization; and changes in media of communication. Prereq: English 1110.xx or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 3358 or 540.05. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Lecture Section 020 (26995) Yigit Akin

University Hall - Room: 082

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday11:10 am - 12:30 pm


HISTORY 2641
Global History to 1500
Examines the major issues that have shaped the human experience from the beginnings of human civilization (ca. 3500 B.C.E.) to ca. 1500 C.E., through comparative study of civilizations within the context of religion, trade, technology, art, culture, and gender relations. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 1681 (181). GE historical study and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Lecture Section 0010 (24686) Tryntje Helfferich

Galvin Hall - Room: 119

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday Friday 1:40 pm - 3:00 pm


HISTORY 2675
The Indian Ocean: Communities and Commodities in Motion
This course examines the history of the Indian Ocean world, a dynamic inter-regional arena that touches three continents. The course will explore historical processes as they cross traditional boundaries between geographic regions. With its focus on communities and commodities, this course will expose students to the continuities and change that have created the modern Indian Ocean world. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. GE historical study and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Lecture Section 20 (38118) Thomas F. McDow

McPherson Chemical Lab - Room: 2015

10/17/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday 9:35 am - 10:55 am
Hybrid delivery


HISTORY 3215
Sex and Gender in the Ancient World
Introductory survey of women, gender, and sexual relations in the ancient Mediterranean world, especially Greece and Rome. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for Clas 3215. GE historical study and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course. Cross-listed in Clas.

Campus:Lima Lecture Section 0010 (35005) Scott Alden Fisher

Galvin Hall - Room: 326

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday Friday11:15 am - 12:35 pm


HISTORY 3304
History of Islam in Africa
Africa from the emergence of Islam in the 600s to the Present. African contributions to Islam and the impact of Islam on African societies. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for AfAmASt 3304 (541). GE historical study course. Cross-listed in AfAmASt.

Lecture Section 010 (35897) Ousman M Kobo

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
Class not scheduled yetTBA


HISTORY 3312
Africa & World War II
This course will focus on the oft-neglected African dimension of WWII. The course will explore the importance of Africans as soldiers and producers; the effects of WWII on class, race, and gender relations within the continent; and the importance of WWII in provoking crises in colonial empires and transforming the nature of political mobilization across the African continent. Prereq: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. GE historical study course.

Lecture Section 010 (34978) Ahmad Alawad Sikainga

ONLINE
10/17/22 - 12/7/22
Class not scheduled yetTBA


HISTORY 3223
The Later Roman Empire
An advanced survey of Rome's history in the fourth, fifth, and sixth centuries with focus on themes of decline, fall, and transformation. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 503.03. GE historical study course.

Lecture Section 10 (37326) Alan James Ross

Mendenhall Laboratory - Room: 115

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday Friday10:20 am - 11:40 am


HISTORY 3302
Nationalism, Socialism, and Revolution in Africa
Nationalist and revolutionary movements and governments in Africa 1950s to present. Socialist, revolutionary, and nationalist strategies for state-formation, social reform, and economic development. Sometimes this course is offered in distance only. Prereq: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. GE historical study and diversity global studies course.

Lecture Section 010 (34713) Ahmad Alawad Sikainga

ONLINE
10/17/22 - 12/7/22
Class not scheduled yetTBA

HISTORY 3475
History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
This course follows the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict from its inception in the late 19th century to the early 21st century. Course materials include secondary historical sources, a variety of primary documents, short stories, memoirs and films. These materials will provide students with an in-depth understanding of the history of the conflict from multiple perspectives. Prereq: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. GE cultures and ideas and historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Lecture Section 010 (27486) Ori Yehudai

Cockins Hall - Room: 312

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday9:35 am - 10:55 am

HISTORY 7350
Studies in Islamic History
Graduate reading seminar on a topic in Islamic history, stressing topical coverage and/or historiography. May be repeated for credited when the topic changes. Prereq: Grad standing. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs.

Seminar Section 020 (37066) Scott Cameron Levi

Check Availability
Location TBA
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday12:45 pm - 3:30 pm


HISTORY 7600
Studies in the History of Women and Gender
Readings course for graduate students focusing on the history of women and gender. The course content will be international, emphasizing cross-cultural comparisons. Prereq: Grad standing. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 5 completions.

Seminar Section 010 (27994) Mytheli Sreenivas

Location TBA
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Thursday2:15 pm - 5:00 pm

HISTORY 4375
Seminar in Islamic History
Advanced research and readings on selected topics in Islamic History. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, a grade of C or above in History 2800, and any 3000-level History course; or permission of instructor.

Seminar Section 010 (27507) Yigit Akin

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Thursday 2:15 pm - 5:00 pm

ISLAM 3501
Introduction to Islam
Examination of Islam as a world religion, enabling an understanding of its major tenets and beliefs as they are envisioned by insiders and outsiders. Prereq: English 1110. Not open to students with credit for NELC 3501. GE cultures and ideas and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

ISLAM 3501:Lecture Section 010 (35179) Zari Mahmoudi

Lazenby Hall - Room: 001

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday3:55 pm - 5:15 pm

ISLAM 4626
Introduction to the Arabic Qur'an
A linguistic, literary, and cultural analysis of selected chapters from the Qur'an. Prereq: Arabic 2104. Not open to students with credit for Arabic 4626.

Lecture Section 010 (35180) Ahmad Al-Jallad

Arps Hall - Room: 012

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday 2:20 pm - 3:40 pm

JEWSHST 2201
Introduction to Jewish Culture, Thought, and Practice
An introduction to the historical, ideological, and cultural growth of Judaism examined from a variety of methodological perspectives. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 201. GE cultures and ideas and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Lecture Section 10 (28122) Daniel Frank

Hagerty Hall - Room: 306

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday11:10 am - 12:30 pm


JEWSHST 2241
Yiddish Culture
Introductory survey of political, social, ideological, and religious trends as reflected in Yiddish culture, especially folklore and literature. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for Yiddish 2241 (241). GE cultures and ideas and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course. Cross-listed in Yiddish.

JEWSHST 2241:Lecture Section 010 (36848)

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday12:45 pm - 2:05 pm

JEWSHST 2455
Jews in American Film
A study of how modern Jews appear in film compared with historical reality. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for History 2455. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies and race, ethnicity and gender div course. Cross-listed in History.

Recitation Section 010 (37468) Matt Goldish


Jennings Hall - Room: 355

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Friday9:35 am - 10:55 am

JEWSHST 2475
History of the Holocaust
Study of the state-sponsored murder of millions of Jews and non-Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for History 2475. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course. Cross-listed in History.

JEWSHST 2475:Lecture Section 10 (25826) Robin E. Judd

Pomerene Hall - Room: 160

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday Friday9:30 am - 10:50 am

NELC 1125
Stories of Belonging and Difference in the Middle East and South Asia
This course will read and analyze a variety of short stories to illuminate different cultures of the Middle East and South Asia. The goal of the course is to introduce students to diverse cultures through literature. Students will be become familiar with a variety of literary representations, social structures and religious, ethnic and racial diversity after the completion of this course. GE lit and diversity global studies course. GE foundation race, ethnicity and gender div course.

Lecture Section 10 (27566) Naomi Brenner, Erin Helene Barrentine

Lazenby Hall - Room: 034

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday Friday 9:35 am - 10:55 am


NELC 2241
The Middle East Close-Up: People, Cultures, Societies
Introduction to the culture of the Middle East as lived in its villages, towns, and cities. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for Anthrop 2241. GE cultures and ideas and diversity global studies course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course. Cross-listed in Anthrop.

Credits:3 Units   Level:Undergraduate   Campus:Columbus
Lecture Section 10 (24110) Nathan Paul Young

Denney Hall - Room: 250

ONLINE/Hybrid
8/23/22 - 12/7/22


NELC 3111
Ancient Empires
This is an introduction to the history and cultures of the ancient empires of southwestern Asia, focusing on the period from the Akkadian empire to the establishment of Islam (ca 2340 BCE - ca 750 CE). Prereq: English 1110. GE historical study course. GE foundation historical and cultural studies course.

Lecture Section 010 (36231) Celine Marquaire

University Hall - Room: 047

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday Friday 11:30 am - 12:50 pm


NELC 5401
Methodologies for the Study of Ancient Religions
Introduction to the methodologies and the scholars who have significantly influenced the study of ancient religion. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for Clas 5401. Cross-listed in Clas.

Lecture Section 10 (38120) Michael Dov Swartz

Hagerty Hall - Room: 306

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Wednesday 2:15 pm - 5:00 pm

PERSIAN 1101
Elementary Persian I
Introduction to Persian; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Closed to native speakers of this language. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (20183) Mehrak Kamali Sarvestani

University Hall - Room: 028

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday10:20 am - 11:15 am

PERSIAN 1103
Intermediate Persian I
Further development of listening, writing, speaking, and reading skills; reading of simplified Persian texts. Closed to native speakers of this language. Prereq: 1102. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (20184) Mehrak Kamali Sarvestani

University Hall - Room: 028

8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday11:30 am - 12:25 pm

PERSIAN 2701
Persian Literature in Translation
A study of Persian literature in translation and the history of its discourses, genres, and styles. Prereq: English 1110 (110). Not open to students with credit for 371. GE lit and diversity global studies course. GE foundation lit, vis and performing arts course.

Lecture Section 010 (35182) Mehrak Kamali Sarvestani

Hayes Hall - Room: 006

10/17/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday12:45 pm - 2:05 pm

POLITICAL SCIENCE 4327
Middle East Politics

This course will focus on such topics as the systemic, psychological, and political economic dimensions of Middle East politics, intra-Arab politics, the Arab-Israeli conflict, forms of governance in the nation-states of the Middle East, secular-religious tensions within and between Middle East states, and the interaction between the politics of the Middle East and international politics, including U.S. foreign policy.

Prof. Donald Sylvan

Tu, Th, 11:10 AM – 12:30 PM,  Stillman Hall 235

 

TURKISH 1101
Elementary Turkish I
Introduction to Turkish; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Prereq: Not open to native speakers through regular enrollment, or EM credit. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang. GE world languages course.

TURKISH 1101:Lecture Section 10 (21811) Ceyda Steele

ONLINE


TURKISH 1103
Intermediate Turkish I
Reading of Turkish short stories and poems with attention to literary and cultural appreciation; development of basic language skills. Not open to native speakers through regular enrollment or EM credit. Prereq: 1102. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (27568) Ceyda Steele

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 4:00 pm - 4:55 pm


TURKISH 3350
Contemporary Issues in Turkey
This course provides an introduction to contemporary issues in Turkey. Our understanding of current events will be grounded in deep historical, social, and geographic analyses, informed by both local and global dynamics. Most of the class focuses on political, economic, and social issues to help us contextualize current events and issues. GE soc sci indivs and groups and diversity global studies course.

TURKISH 3350:Lecture Section 10 (27569) Danielle Schoon

ONLINE
10/17/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday2:20 pm - 3:40 pm


URDU 1101
Elementary Urdu I
Study of Urdu language, with appropriate cultural background; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 101, or to native speakers through regular enrollment or EM credit. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (27995)

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 10:05 am - 10:55 am


URDU 1103
Intermediate Urdu I
Continued study of Urdu language, with appropriate cultural background; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Prereq: 1102, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 103, 104, or to native speakers or EM credit. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (27996)

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 11:10 am - 12:00 pm


UZBEK 1101
Elementary Uzbek I
Introduction to Uzbek language; development of listening, reading, speaking and writing skills. Prereq: Not available to native speakers. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (21812) Kamola Azimova

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday1:50 pm - 2:45 pm


UZBEK 2101
Intermediate Uzbek II
Extensive reading from literary texts, with practice in conversation and composition. Not open to native speakers. Prereq: 1103.

Lecture Section 10 (14295) Kamola Azimova

ONLINE
1/10/22 - 4/25/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday4:00 pm - 4:55 pm


UZBEK 1102
Elementary Uzbek II
Continued study of Uzbek Language, with appropriate cultural background; further development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Not open to native speakers. Prereq: 1101. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course.

Lecture Section 10 (14294) Kamola Azimova

ONLINE
1/10/22 - 4/25/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday5:20 pm - 6:15 pm


UZBEK 2102
Intermediate Uzbek III
Continued reading from literary texts, with further practice in conversation, composition, and translation. Not open to native speakers. Prereq: 2101.

Lecture Section 10 (38038) Kamola Azimova

Location TBA
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Tuesday Thursday 4:00 pm - 5:20 pm


UZBEK 1103
Intermediate Uzbek I
Continued study of Uzbek Language, with appropriate cultural background; further development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills. Not open to native speakers. Prereq: 1102. This course is available for EM credit. GE for lang course. GE world languages course.

Lecture Section 10 (21813) Kamola Azimova

ONLINE
8/23/22 - 12/7/22
This class meets Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday3:00 pm - 3:55 pm

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