Courses

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Winter 2017

AN N EA 10W – Jerusalem: Holy City

Instructor: Jeremy Smoak

Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Enforced requisite: English Composition 3. Not open for credit to students with credit for course 12W. Survey of religious, political, and cultural history of Jerusalem over three millennia as symbolic focus of three faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Transformation of sacred space as reflected by literary and archaeological evidence through examination of testimony of artifacts, architecture, and iconography in relation to written word. Study of creation of mythic Jerusalem through event and experience. Satisfies Writing II requirement. Letter grading.

AN N EA 15 – Women and Power in the Ancient World

Instructor: Kathlyn (Kara) Cooney

Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour. Examination of how feminine power confronts masculine dominance within complex social systems in ancient world. To gain political power, some female rulers used their sexuality to gain access to important men. Other women gained their position as regents and helpers of masculine kings who were too young to rule. Others denied their femininity in dress and manner, effectively androgynizing themselves or pretending to be men so that their femininity would not be obstacle to political rule. Many women only gained throne at end of dynasties after male line had run out entirely, or in midst of civil war when patrilineal successions were in disarray. Women were sometimes only effective leaders left in drawn-out battles against imperial aggression. No women were able to gain reigns of power through their bloodlines alone. Women’s power was compromised from outset. Examination of root causes and results of this political inequality. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA 162 – Archaeology of Ancient Israel

Instructor: Aaron A. Burke

Lecture, three hours. Survey of Bronze and Iron Age archaeology of Canaan and Israel through coming of Alexander the Great, with emphasis on relationship between archaeology and historical texts. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA 19 – Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars: Tracking Looting from Space

Instructor: Willeke Wendrich

Seminar, one hour. Discussion of and critical thinking about topics of current intellectual importance, taught by faculty members in their areas of expertise and illuminating many paths of discovery at UCLA. P/NP grading. Archaeology is under threat from war and systematic looting, but also from expansion of agriculture and urbanization. Consideration of social and practical consequences of destruction and theft of ancient remains. Identification and reporting of recent traces of loss through comparison of high-resolution satellite imagery of different periods, to help protect cultural heritage. Students get training in identification of bomb craters, bulldozer tracks, plow marks, and other signs of destruction. Discussion of appearance, importance, and cultural background of buildings under threat and population around them. Discussion of community archaeology, antiquities trade, and fraud and falsification.

AN N EA 220 – Seminar: Egypt and the Larger World in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age

Instructor: Kathlyn (Kara) Cooney

Seminar, three hours. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

AN N EA 596 – Tutorial: Directed Individual Study

Instructor: Carol Bakhos, Burke, Carter, Cooney, Dieleman, Englund, Ingenito, Schniedewind, Slyomovics, Wendrich

Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

AN N EA 597 – Tutorial: Examination Preparation

Instructor: Carol Bakhos

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

AN N EA 599 – Tutorial: Ph.D. Dissertation Research and Preparation

Instructor: Carol Bakhos

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

AN N EA C177 – Variable Topics in Ancient Near East: Creating Exhibit in Fowler Museum

Instructor: Willeke Wendrich

Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Variable topics; consult “Schedule of Classes” for topics to be offered in specific term. Concurrently scheduled with course C277. P/NP or letter grading. Museums, especially those with world art and antiquities collections, are involved in many different tasks and have to take variety of perspectives into account. Exploration of what it takes to run museum and create exhibit. Introduction to different types of museum work ranging from collecting and curation to research, conservation, presentation, visitor experience, and management. Students jointly create exhibit based on rich Fowler Museum collection. Students research and discuss context and different stakeholders that relate to material under consideration. Consideration of exhibit narrative and how objects and their arrangement convey deliberate or accidental messages. Consideration of audiences as well as original context of each object. Central to exhibit concept and design are questions such as who is presenting and who is represented, with focus on people behind objects, technologies, or material characteristics.

AN N EA C277 – Variable Topics in Ancient Near East

Instructor: Kathlyn (Kara) Cooney

Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Variable topics; consult “Schedule of Classes” for topics to be offered in specific term. Concurrently scheduled with course CM177. S/U or letter grading.

AN N EA CM101B – Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt, Predynastic Period to New Kingdom

Instructor: Julia Troche

(Same as Art History M110B.) Lecture, three hours. Study of architecture, sculpture, painting, and minor arts from New Kingdom to Greco-Roman period. Concurrently scheduled with course C267B. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA CM163 – Archaeology of Iran

Instructor: Elizabeth Carter

(Formerly numbered C163.) (Same as Iranian CM163.) Lecture, three hours. Designed to introduce students to Iranian archaeology from prehistoric through Achaemenid times. Concurrently scheduled with course CM259. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA CM169 – Introduction to Archaeological Sciences

Instructor: Hans Barnard

(Same as Anthropology CM110Q.) Lecture, three hours. Basic understanding of newly introduced methods and techniques throughout field of archaeology to implement them and to appreciate and evaluate results of their use by others who have embedded them in their scholarly publications or theoretical models. Systematic instruction in digital data management and mining, scientific analysis of materials (including geological and biochemical techniques), and visual presentation of data and research results (ranging from simple graphs to virtual reality). Concurrently scheduled with course CM269. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA CM259 – Archaeology of Iran

Instructor: Elizabeth Carter

(Formerly numbered C259.) (Same as Iranian CM259.) Lecture, three hours. Designed to introduce students to Iranian archaeology from prehistoric through Achaemenid times. Concurrently scheduled with course CM163. S/U or letter grading.

AN N EA CM269 – Introduction to Archaeological Sciences

Instructor: Hans Barnard

(Same as Anthropology CM210Q.) Lecture, three hours. Basic understanding of newly introduced methods and techniques throughout field of archaeology to implement them and to appreciate and evaluate results of their use by others who have embedded them in their scholarly publications or theoretical models. Systematic instruction in digital data management and mining, scientific analysis of materials (including geological and biochemical techniques), and visual presentation of data and research results (ranging from simple graphs to virtual reality). Concurrently scheduled with course CM169. S/U or letter grading.

AN N EA M103B – Ancient Egyptian Civilization

Instructor: Julia Troche

(Same as History M103B.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour (when scheduled). Course M103A is not requisite to M103B. Designed for juniors/seniors. Political and cultural institutions of ancient Egypt and ideas on which they were based. New Kingdom and Late period until 332 B.C. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA M104A – History of Ancient Mesopotamia and Syria

Instructor: Barbara Cifola

(Same as History M104A.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour (when scheduled). Designed for juniors/seniors. Political and cultural development of Fertile Crescent, including Palestine, from Late Uruk to neo-Babylonian period. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA M104C – Babylonians

Instructor: Elizabeth Carter

(Same as History M104C.) Lecture, three hours. Designed for juniors/seniors. Overview of Babylonia and cultural history of region from late 3rd millennium B.C.E. to invasion of Cyrus in 539 B.C.E., with focus on history and archaeology of region, urban structure, literature, and legal practices. P/NP or letter grading.

AN N EA M50B – Origins of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Instructor: The Staff

(Same as Middle Eastern Studies M50B and Religion M50.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Examination of three major monotheisms of Western cultures — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — historically and comparatively. Development, teachings, and ritual practices of each tradition up to and including medieval period. Composition and development of various sacred texts, highlighting key themes and ideas within different historical and literary strata of traditions, such as mechanisms of revelation, struggle for religious authority, and common theological issues such as origin of evil and status of nonbelievers. Letter grading.

ARABIC 102B – Intermediate Standard Arabic

Instructor: Abeer Hamza (Mohamed)

Lecture, four hours. Requisite: course 102A. Not open to students who have learned, from whatever source, enough Arabic to qualify for more advanced courses. Intermediate formal Arabic, including listening, speaking, reading, and writing. P/NP or letter grading.

ARABIC 103B – Advanced Arabic

Instructor: Abeer Hamza (Mohamed)

Lecture, four hours. Enforced requisites: courses 102A, 102B, 102C. Not open to students who have learned, from whatever source, enough Arabic to qualify for more advanced courses. Advanced formal Arabic, including grammar, composition, and readings from classical and modern texts. P/NP or letter grading.

ARABIC 1B – Elementary Standard Arabic

Instructor: Azza Ahmad

Lecture, six hours. Enforced requisite: course 1A. Not open to students with prior knowledge of Arabic. Introduction to formal Arabic (modern standard Arabic), including listening, speaking, reading, and writing. P/NP or letter grading.

ARABIC 220 – Seminar: Islamic Texts

Instructor: Behnam Sadeghi

Seminar, three hours. Major Islamic thinkers and their works from classical period to modern times. Coverage of doctrines and hermeneutics of various schools of thought in Islam, such as Ahl al-sunna wa’l-jama’a, Shi’a, Mu’tazila, and Sufis. May be organized around one author and his works, multiple authors and their works, or specific topic with representative readings from various schools. Exploration of secondary literature in Arabic and other languages for student research papers. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

ARABIC 596 – Tutorial: Directed Individual Study

Instructor: Michael Fishbein, Cooperson, Gana, Sayeed

Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

ARABIC 597 – Tutorial: Examination Preparation

Instructor: Michael Cooperson, Fishbein, Gana, Sayeed

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

ARABIC 599 – Tutorial: Ph.D. Dissertation Research and Preparation

Instructor: Michael Cooperson, Gana, Sayeed

ARMENIA 101B – Elementary Modern Western Armenian

Instructor: Hagop Kouloujian

(Formerly numbered 1B.) Lecture, five hours. Recommended requisite: course 101A. Students with knowledge of Armenian should contact instructor to determine appropriate enrollment level. Armenian grammar, conversation, and exercises. P/NP or letter grading.

ARMENIA 102B – Intermediate Modern Western Armenian

Instructor: Hagop Kouloujian

Lecture, five hours. Recommended requisite: course 1C. Students with knowledge of Eastern or Western Armenian (from elementary or high school) should contact instructor to determine appropriate enrollment level. Reading of selected texts, composition, and conversation. May be taken independently for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

ARMENIA 104B – Elementary Modern Eastern Armenian

Instructor: Anahid Keshishian

(Formerly numbered 4B.) Lecture, five hours. Recommended requisite: course 104A. Students with knowledge of Western Armenian should contact instructor to determine appropriate enrollment level. Designed for students with little or no prior knowledge of Eastern Armenian, official idiom of Republic of Armenia. Introduction to basics of grammar and conversation. P/NP or letter grading.

ARMENIA 105B – Intermediate Modern Eastern Armenian

Instructor: Anahid Keshishian

Lecture, five hours. Recommended requisite: course 4C. Students with knowledge of Eastern or Western Armenian (from elementary or high school) should contact instructor to determine appropriate enrollment level. Continuing introduction to Armenian grammar, with greater attention to readings from short stories and simple newspaper articles and film viewing on video. Emphasis on improving students’ self expression in idiom, both orally and in written form. May be taken independently for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

ARMENIA 106B – Advanced Modern Eastern Armenian

Instructor: Anahid Keshishian

Lecture, four hours. Recommended requisite: course 105C. Students with knowledge of Eastern or Western Armenian (from elementary or high school) should contact instructor to determine appropriate enrollment level. Designed for students with advanced speaking fluency and reading abilities in Armenian. Discussion of contemporary Armenian social and cultural issues through readings from critical essays, editorials, short stories, and poems written since World War II and film showings. Emphasis on enhancing students’ self expression orally and in written form. Each course may be taken independently for credit. Letter grading.

ARMENIA 231B – Intermediate Classical Armenian

Instructor: S. Peter Cowe

Lecture, three hours. Requisite: course 230C. Intensive review of grammar and reading of select prose and poetic texts. May be taken independently for credit. Letter grading.

ARMENIA 596 – Tutorial: Directed Individual Study

Instructor: S. Peter Cowe

Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

ARMENIA 597 – Tutorial: Examination Preparation

Instructor: S. Peter Cowe

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

ARMENIA 599 – Tutorial: Ph.D. Dissertation Research and Preparation

Instructor: S. Peter Cowe

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

HEBREW 102B – Intermediate Hebrew

Instructor: Nancy Ezer

Lecture, five hours. Enforced requisite: course 102A or Hebrew placement test. Not open to native speakers. Amplification of grammar; reading of texts from modern literature. P/NP or letter grading.

HEBREW 103B – Advanced Hebrew

Instructor: Lev Hakak

Lecture, five hours. Enforced requisites: courses 102A, 102B, and 102C, or Hebrew placement test. Students with prior knowledge of Hebrew who did not take courses 102A, 102B, and 102C should contact instructor to determine appropriate enrollment level. Not open to native speakers. Designed for students with intermediate speaking fluency and reading abilities in Hebrew. Introduction to modern Hebrew literary texts. P/NP or letter grading.

HEBREW 188FL – Special Studies: Readings in Hebrew

Instructor: Jeremy Smoak

Seminar, two hours. Requisite: course 102C. Students must be concurrently enrolled in an affiliated main course. Primary readings and advanced training in Hebrew. Additional work in Hebrew to enrich and augment work assigned in main course, including reading, writing, and other exercises in Hebrew. P/NP or letter grading.

HEBREW 1B – Elementary Hebrew

Instructor: Nancy Ezer

Lecture, four hours; laboratory, one hour. Enforced requisite: course 1A or Hebrew placement test. Not open to native speakers. Introduction to modern Hebrew, including listening, speaking, reading, and writing. P/NP or letter grading.

HEBREW 230 – Rabbinic Hebrew Literature

Instructor: Carol Bakhos

Seminar, three hours. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

HEBREW 596 – Tutorial: Directed Individual Study

Instructor: Carol Bakhos, Hakak, Sabar, Schniedewind

Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

HEBREW 597 – Tutorial: Examination Preparation

Instructor: Carol Bakhos, Hakak, Sabar, Schniedewind

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

HEBREW 599 – Tutorial: Ph.D. Dissertation Research and Preparation

Instructor: Carol Bakhos, Hakak, Sabar, Schniedewind

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

HEBREW C240 – Modern Hebrew Poetry and Prose

Instructor: Lev Hakak

Lecture, three hours. Requisites: courses 103A, 103B, and 103C, or equivalent knowledge of Hebrew. Study of major Hebrew writers of past 100 years. May be repeated for credit. Concurrently scheduled with course C140. Letter grading.

IRANIAN 102B – Intermediate Persian

Instructor: Latifeh Hagigi

Lecture, six hours. Requisite: course 102A. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN 103B – Advanced Persian: Introduction to Classical Persian Prose

Instructor: Domenico Ingenito

Lecture, three hours. Requisite: course 102C. Students who do exceptionally well in course 20C may be permitted to enroll with consent of instructor. May be taken independently for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN 141 – Persian Analytical Prose

Instructor: Domenico Ingenito

Lecture, three hours. Requisite: course 102C. Study of selected analytical and expository prose texts, with emphasis on philosophy, sciences, literary criticism, and history. May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN 187 – Variable Topics in Iranian Studies: Introduction to History and Culture of Iranian Jews

Instructor: Nahid Pirnazar

Lecture, three hours. Variable topics; consult “Schedule of Classes” for topics to be offered in specific term. May be repeated for credit. P/NP or letter grading. Iranian civilization is enriched by long history that reflects participation of multiple ethnicities and divergent cultural patterns. Iranian Jews, despite their official minority status in Iran, have contributed greatly to Iranian civilization throughout ages. Introduction to political, intellectual, cultural, and socioeconomic status of Iranian Jews. Exploration of history of Iranian Jews from ancient period onward, with focus on post-Middle Ages era to present time. Topics of interest, studied from perspective of Iranian cultural and intellectual history, include identity and status, religious tolerance versus forced conversion, Iranian Jewish emancipation, and dynamic symbiosis between Iranian Jews and other Iranians.

IRANIAN 1B – Elementary Persian

Instructor: Banafsheh Pourzangiabadi, Shayegan, M.R.

Lecture, six hours. Enforced requisite: course 1A. Not open to students with prior knowledge of Persian. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN 20B – Accelerated Elementary Persian

Instructor: Latifeh Hagigi

Lecture, four hours; discussion two hours; laboratory, 30 minutes per day. Preparation: some knowledge of spoken Persian. Enforced requisite: course 20A. Intensive and thorough study of fundamental structure of Persian grammar; reading from a wide range of classical and modern poetry and prose compositions. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN 596 – Tutorial: Directed Individual Study

Instructor: Domenico Ingenito, Shayegan, M.R.

Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

IRANIAN 597 – Tutorial: Examination Preparation

Instructor: Domenico Ingenito, Shayegan, M.R.

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

IRANIAN 599 – Tutorial: Ph.D. Dissertation Research and Preparation

Instructor: Domenico Ingenito

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

IRANIAN CM163 – Archaeology of Iran

Instructor: Elizabeth Carter

(Same as Ancient Near East CM163.) Lecture, three hours. Designed to introduce students to Iranian archaeology from prehistoric through Achaemenid times. Concurrently scheduled with course CM259. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN M105B – Baha’i Faith in Iran: Baha’i Teachings that Transformed Iranian Community and Made It Open to Modernity

Instructor: Nader Saiedi

(Same as Religion M105B.) Lecture, three hours. Readings in English. Progressive and transforming teachings and principles that broke mental and physical isolation of Shi’i Persia and ushered in modernity. May be taken independently for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN M110C – Iranian Civilization

Instructor: M. Rahim Shayegan

(Same as Ancient Near East M110C and History M110C.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour (when scheduled). History of ancient Iran from rise of Elam to end of Sasanian dynasty — Elamite civilization and Mede, Achaemenid, Arsacid, and Sasanian Empires. Emphasis on ancient Iran, but may be offered for early Islamic period. P/NP or letter grading.

IRANIAN M230B – Old Iranian

Instructor: M. Rahim Shayegan

(Same as Indo-European Studies M230B.) Lecture, four hours. Studies in grammars and texts of Old Persian and Avestan. Comparative considerations. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

IRANIAN M230B – Old Iranian

Instructor: M. Rahim Shayegan

(Same as Indo-European Studies M230B.) Lecture, four hours. Studies in grammars and texts of Old Persian and Avestan. Comparative considerations. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

JEWISH M144 – Zionism: Ideology and Practice in Making of Jewish State

Instructor: Nadav Molchadsky

(Formerly numbered 144.) (Same as Middle Eastern Studies M144.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. History of Zionism on backdrop of European, world, and Jewish histories from ideological origins to political, cultural, and social foundations of State of Israel. P/NP or letter grading.

JEWISH M150A – Hebrew Literature in English: Literary Traditions of Ancient Israel — Bible and Apocrypha

Instructor: Jeremy Smoak

(Same as Comparative Literature M101.) Lecture, three hours. Study of literary culture of ancient Israel through examination of principal compositional strategies of Hebrew Bible and Apocrypha (read in translation). May be taken independently for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

JEWISH M151A – Modern Jewish Literature in English: Diaspora Literature

Instructor: Saba Soomekh

(Same as Comparative Literature M166.) Lecture, three hours. Study of literary responses of Jews to modernity, its challenges, and threats. Readings in texts originally written in English or translated from Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Russian, French, and Italian. Analysis of formal aspects of each work. May be taken independently for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

JEWISH M181SL – Jews in Los Angeles: Representation, Memory, and History in Digital Age

Instructor: Baumgarten, M.D.

(Formerly numbered M188SL.) (Same as History M181SL.) Lecture, three hours; fieldwork, two hours. Designed for juniors/seniors. History of Los Angeles, with special emphasis on pivotal roles Jews have played in shaping Los Angeles and role that Los Angeles has played in reshaping of Jewish identities, communities, and cultures. Exploration of themes related to regionalism in American Jewish history, comparative immigration and migration patterns, and frontiers and borderlands, while providing overview of historical methodologies and interpretation. Examination of ethical and methodological implications of writing history in digital age and learning how to read and analyze these new media works as primary and secondary historical texts. Opportunity to contribute to body of historical work related to Los Angeles Jewish history through required service work with community partners and development of digital public history projects. P/NP or letter grading.

JEWISH M182B – Medieval Jewish History

Instructor: None

(Same as History M182B and Religion M182B.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour (when scheduled). Designed for juniors/seniors. Exploration of unfolding of Jewish history from rise of Christianity to expulsion of Jews from Spain in 1492. P/NP or letter grading.

M E STD 177 – Variable Topics in Middle Eastern Studies

Instructor: Hans Barnard

Lecture, three hours. Variable topics; consult “Schedule of Classes” for topics to be offered in specific term. May be repeated for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

M E STD M111 – Introduction to Islamic Archaeology

Instructor: Katherine S. Burke

(Same as Art History M119C and Islamic Studies M111.) Lecture, three hours. From earliest monuments of Islam in Arabia and Jerusalem to humble remains of small Egyptian port, broad focus on archaeological and standing remains in central Islamic lands (primarily Syria, Egypt, and Iraq), Turkey, Iran, North Africa, and Spain. Profound cultural transformations occurred from birth of Islam in 7th century to early Ottoman period in 16th and 17th centuries, which are traceable in material records. Assessment of effectiveness of tools afforded by historical archaeology to aid understanding of past societies. P/NP or letter grading.

M E STD M144 – Zionism: Ideology and Practice in Making of Jewish State

Instructor: Nadav Molchadsky

(Same as Jewish Studies M144.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. History of Zionism on backdrop of European, world, and Jewish histories from ideological origins to political, cultural, and social foundations of State of Israel. P/NP or letter grading.

M E STD M50B – Origins of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Instructor: Carol Bakhos

(Formerly numbered Near Eastern Languages M50B.) (Same as Ancient Near East M50B and Religion M50.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Examination of three major monotheisms of Western cultures — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — historically and comparatively. Development, teachings, and ritual practices of each tradition up to and including medieval period. Composition and development of various sacred texts, highlighting key themes and ideas within different historical and literary strata of traditions, such as mechanisms of revelation, struggle for religious authority, and common theological issues such as origin of evil and status of nonbelievers. Letter grading.

SEMITIC 140B – Elementary Akkadian

Instructor: Robert Englund

Lecture, three hours. Elementary grammar and reading of texts in standard Babylonian.

SEMITIC 142 – Akkadian Literary Texts

Instructor: Robert Englund

Lecture, three hours. Selected readings from Akkadian myths and epics, with introduction to historical tradition of works and their literary structure. May be repeated for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

SEMITIC 210 – Ancient Aramaic Dialects: Targumic Aramaic

Instructor: Yona Sabar

Lecture, three hours. Requisite: course 130. Reading of surviving inscriptions and papyri. Texts include Old Aramaic inscriptions, Egyptian Aramaic texts, Qumran Aramaic, and Targumic Aramaic. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

SEMITIC 220A – Ugaritic

Instructor: William Schniedewind

Lecture, two hours. Requisites: Hebrew 102A, 102B, 102C. Study of Ugaritic language and literature. S/U or letter grading.

SEMITIC 596 – Tutorial: Directed Individual Study

Instructor: Yona Sabar

Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

SEMITIC 597 – Tutorial: Examination Preparation

Instructor: Yona Sabar

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

SEMITIC 599 – Tutorial: Ph.D. Dissertation Research and Preparation

Instructor: Yona Sabar

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

TURKIC 101B – Elementary Turkish

Instructor: Beyza Lorenz

Lecture, five hours. Requisite: course 101A. Grammar, reading, conversation, and elementary composition drills. P/NP or letter grading.

TURKIC 102B – Advanced Turkish

Instructor: Beyza Lorenz

Lecture, five hours. Requisites: courses 101A, 101B, 101C. Continuing study of grammar, conversation, and composition. Readings in modern literature and social science texts. May be repeated for credit. P/NP or letter grading.

TURKIC 596 – Tutorial: Directed Individual Study

Instructor: Goyushov, A., Kuruoglu, G.

Tutorial, to be arranged. May be repeated for credit. S/U or letter grading.

TURKIC 597 – Tutorial: Examination Preparation

Instructor: Andras Bodrogligeti

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.

TURKIC 599 – Tutorial: Ph.D. Dissertation Research and Preparation

Instructor: Andras Bodrogligeti

Tutorial, to be arranged. S/U grading.