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Tips for finding the courses that interest you

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Fall 2009 Spring 2010
Fall 2008 Spring 2009
Fall 2007 Spring 2008
Fall 2006 Spring 2007
Fall 2005 Spring 2006
Fall 2004 Spring 2005
Fall 2003 Spring 2004
Fall 2002 Spring 2003

Tips: Each semester's course list is divided into four parts:

  1. Courses for majors: These courses count for the Concentration in Middle East Studies, offered as part of the Curriculum in International and Area Studies. The list includes language courses in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish. Some courses listed here may also count for the Concentration in Arab Cultures, offered by the Department of Asian Studies.

  2. Other modern Middle East: These courses do not have sufficient Middle East content to count for majors, but they can be useful for placing the modern Middle East in larger contexts.

  3. Pre-modern Middle East: Courses about the Middle East in ancient and medieval times. Look here for courses in ancient Near Eastern languages such as biblical Hebrew and Coptic.

  4. Muslim civilizations outside the Middle East: Africa, Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia, etc. Look here for language courses in Bengali, Hindi-Urdu, Serbo-Croatian, and Swahili.
Summer courses appear at the beginning of the fall course lists.

 
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