HEBREW 410 - Topics in Modern Hebrew Language
Winter 2021, Section 001 - Multicultural Israel
Instruction Mode: Section 001 is  Online (see other Sections below)
Subject: Hebrew Studies (HEBREW)
Department: LSA Middle East Studies
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Waitlist Capacity:
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
Completion of at least HEBREW 202 or intermediate Hebrew proficiency.
May be elected three times for credit.
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With immigration from 112 countries, and the religious center of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, Israel is a collection of many cultures. This is an advanced course in Hebrew intended for students who have completed HEBREW 202 and beyond, deals with the many people and cultures of Israel. The course discusses different issues and problems of the minorities (such as Arabs, Druze, Hassidics, and LGBTQ), and different cultures that inhabit the State of Israel.

Class Format:

Two 90-minute meetings weekly. As a DC (Distance due to COVID) course, all aspects of this course will be fully compatible with remote online learning. However, students will need to be available for virtual class meetings at their scheduled times.


HEBREW 410 - Topics in Modern Hebrew Language
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001 (SEM)
MW 10:00AM - 11:30AM

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