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Advanced Hebrew Grammar (HEBR-2301)

Nov. 2, 2017—Catalog description: Emphasis on syntax and grammar supplemented by listening, speaking, and reading. No credit for students who have earned credit for a more advanced Hebrew language course. Prerequisite: 2202. Teacher: Yifat Crouvi AXLE: Foreign language proficiency International Cultures Eligible for...

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Intermediate Hebrew (HEBR-2202)

Nov. 2, 2017—Teacher: Yifat Crouvi Catalog description: Continuation of 2201. Greater emphasis on reading and writing. Classes meet three times a week with an additional three hours a week spent in independent work in the language laboratory. No credit for students who have...

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Elementary Hebrew (HEBR-1102)

Nov. 2, 2017—Catalog Description: Continuation of 1101. Greater stress upon conversation and grammar. Classes meet three times a week with an additional two hours a week required in the language laboratory. No credit for students who have earned credit for a more advanced...

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Hebrew Table is back!

Oct. 25, 2017—Hebrew Table is back! Join us for three themed events through the end of the Fall semester. Spring events will be announced next semester.

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Dultz, Sheppard Win Jewish Studies Student Prizes

Apr. 30, 2015—ELIZABETH DULTZ has been named the winner of the 2015 Jewish Studies Essay Contest.  Her entry, “Nashville, Zion, and Mortimer May,” tells the history of a second-generation Nashvillian who led the fight to save refugees from Nazi Europe and became...

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Elementary Hebrew (HEBR 1101)

Dec. 29, 2014—This course will provide introduction to alphabet, the basics of grammar, and elementary conversation in the Hebrew language. As the vocabulary will expand, grammatical structures will be incorporated through the exposure to different kinds of texts. Aspects of Israeli culture...

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Intermediate Hebrew (HEBR 2201)

Dec. 27, 2014—This course will concentrate on developing a significant level of linguistic and communicative competence in Hebrew. Active and passive lexicon will be expanded and advanced grammatical structures will be introduced through exposure to different kinds of texts. Aspects of Israeli...

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Advanced Hebrew Composition (HEBR 2302W)

Dec. 24, 2014—Catalog Description: Development of writing skills through the study of short stories, poems, articles, television, and web materials. Prerequisite: HEBR 2301 (waived for Fall 17) Next Offered: AXLE Category: Writing Course: Also Eligible for Credit in: Taught by: Fall 2017...

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Independent Study in Modern Hebrew (HEBR 3851)

Dec. 23, 2014—    Catalog Description: May be repeated for a total of 6 credits in HEBR 3851 and 3852 combined if there is no duplication in topic, but students may earn only up to 3 credits per semester of enrollment. [1-3;...

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Independent Study in Modern Hebrew (HEBR 3852)

Dec. 22, 2014—Catalog Description: May be repeated for a total of 6 credits in HEBR 3851 and 3852 combined if there is no duplication in topic, but students may earn only up to 3 credits per semester of enrollment. [1-3; maximum of...

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Dan King Receives Award for Best Undergraduate Paper in Jewish Studies

May. 21, 2014—Dan King’s essay, “Fear and Trembling in ‘A Bitter Farce,’” provides an interpretation of a 1946 short story by the Jewish-American writer Delmore Schwartz through the lens of ideas propounded by the Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard.  The story, based on...

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Miriam Halachmi (1944-2015)

Mar. 2, 2012—Lecturer in Modern Hebrew from 1982 through 2013   Specialization in Education of the Gifted (Kansas University 1977) B.A. in Psychology (State University of New York, Buffalo 1973) B.A. in Education and Counseling (Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1968) Certificate in...

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