GISRAM Courses 2006-2007

Autumn 2006

(note: * means specific language requirements)

* Arabic 722 The 1001 Nights - Instructor: Michael Zwettler

CS 725 Theorizing Religion - Instructor: Hugh Urban

* Hebrew 601 Biblical Hebr /ew Grammar - Instructor: Sam Meier

* Greek 880 Greek Cosmogonies and the Near East - Instructor: Carolina López-Ruiz

Winter 2007

(note: * means specific language requirements)

Classics 870
Focus Seminar on Mediterranean Cultures and Religions: Animals
Instructors: S. I. Johnston and T. McNiven
R 1:30 - 4:18

Comparative Studies 526
New Age Religions
Instructor: H. Urban
MW 9:30 - 11:18

Comparative Studies 542
Native American Identity
Instructor: D. Reff
MW 1:30 - 3:18

Comparative Studies 711
Approaches to Comparative Cultural Studies II
Instructor: Ph. Armstrong
TR 1:30 - 3:18

Comparative Studies 862
Performance and Politics
Instructor: B. Shank
MW 1:30 - 3:18

Hebrew 621
The Bible as Literature
Instructor: R. Ahroni
TR 12:30 - 2:18

Hebrew 623
Reading in Rabbinic Literature
Instructor: M. Swartz
W 9:30 - 12:18

History 708
Studies in Ancient History: Data, Data Analysis, and Presentation in Ancient and Medieval History
Instructor: T. Gregory
M 3:30 - 5:18

Spring 2007

(note: * means specific language requirements)

Comparative Studies 620
Approaches to the Study of Religion
Instructor: Prof. H. Urban
TR 11:30 - 1:18

Comparative Studies 651
Art and Ancient Judaism
Instructor: Prof. M. Swartz
W 3:30 - 6:18

Hebrew 621
The Bible as Literature: Selected Readings
Instructor: Prof. Sam Meier
MW 1:30 - 3:18

Hebrew 623
Readings in Rabbinic Literature
Instructor: Prof. Daniel Frank
MW 9:30 - 11:18

History of Art 722
The Cities of Vesuvius
Instructor: Prof. Francesca Tronchin
M 12:30 - 3:18

History 507
History of Medieval Christianity
Instructor: Prof. Joe Lynch
TR 1:30 - 3:18

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