Fall 2016 Resources

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Fall 2016

Professor Course No. Course Name
Abusch NEJS 116a Ancient Near Eastern Religion and Mythology
Abusch NEJS 201a Akkadian Literary Texts I
Brooten NEJS 128a Introduction to Christianity
Decter NEJS 140a Under Crescent and Cross: The Jews in the Middle Ages 
Ellenson NEJS 236a Seminar on Modern Jewish and Israeli Historiography
El-Tobgui IMES 104a Islam:  Civilization and Institutions
Fishman NEJS 182a Jewish Life in Film and Fiction
Jockusch NEJS 148a Inside Nazi Germany: Social and Political History of the Third Reich
Jockusch NEJS 37a The Destruction of European Jewry
Kellman NEJS 134b Yiddish Culture in the Modern World 
Kimelman NEJS 127a Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism
Krasner NEJS 171a History Lessons:  Teaching the Jewish Experience
Laher NEJS 186a Introduction to the Qur'an
Levisohn NEJS 231a Graduate Proseminar in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies 
Mirsky NEJS 155b Jewish Law and Ethics
Mirsky NEJS 191b The World to Come: Jewish Messianism from Antiquity to Zionism
Prado NEJS 200a Elementary Akkadian
Shakow NEJS 188a The Rise and Decline of the Ottoman Empire, 1300-1800
Sheppard NEJS 159a Modern Jewish Philosophy 
Sheppard NEJS 6a  Jewish History, From Ancient to Modern Worlds
Vayntrub NEJS 10a Biblical Hebrew Grammar and Texts
Wright NEJS 114b Ritual in Biblical Narrative
Wright NEJS 206a Advanced Northwest Semitics