JUS 409b Introductory Biblical Hebrew | The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies

JUS 409b Introductory Biblical Hebrew


409b builds upon 409a and is the second half of a full year of Biblical Hebrew. It will be taught as a short seven and half week course.

Biblical Hebrew introduces students to the basic grammar and syntax of the Hebrew Bible with an emphasis on understanding the function and formation of the verb, the use of the noun, and the acquisition of basic vocabulary. The overall goal of the course is to enable students to translate narrative prose in the Hebrew Bible. Students will also gain some experience in translating poetic texts.

This course is not offered every year.

*This course is also offered as a graduate level course.

Currently enrolled students go to D2L for the course syllabus.

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Preferably some knowledge of Modern Hebrew or permission from the instructor.

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