Middle East Studies

WINTER 2003

MIDDLE EAST STUDIES

SLN: 8852
SISME 490 B SPEC TOP: TURKISH CULTURAL HISTORY (5 cr) KURU
w/NEAR E 242A (SLN: 5825), CHID 498 (SLN: 8856)
TTh 3:30-5:20 DEN 314
TURKISH CULTURAL HISTORY FROM EMPIRE TO NATION:
Republic of Turkey was established in 1923. After a succession of wars, a population, consisting mostly of Muslim, was brought together and was defined as the Turkish nation. In this class the making of Modern Turkey on the ruins of a dismembered Empire will be discussed. The ongoing adventure of the people of Turkey, within a divided but fast-changing world will be presented and discussed through novels, movies, and scholarly articles. There will also be invited lectures by specialists on Turkish Republic and culture.

SLN: 7293
SISME 490 A SPEC TOP: (EN)GENDERING THE POST-COLONIAL (5 cr) BERRADA, F
IN NORTH AFRICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE
MW 2:30-3:50 SMI 404
F 2:30-4:20 THO 211
The course aims to present an overview of the literary and cultural scenes of the Maghreb with a focus on how recent voices from North African fiction and film are challenging both a fundamentally traditionalist and patriarchal establishment and a first-generation post-colonial male tradition. Through the study of selected works of fiction by writers from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Sudan, the course will foreground some of the most current debates raging in this multi-cultural part of the world about the assumed values of tradition, modernity, and national identity. The readings will be supplemented by documentaries and films in order to provide a fuller picture of this complex tapestry of cultures and subcultures.

SLN: 7296
SISME 531 SEM MID EAST STDIES (Credit/No Credit) KASABA, R
ADD CODE: THO 111
M 3:30-5:20 THO 331
Middle Eastern historiography, Islamic law, Islamic theology, relations between the Middle East and the world economy, political structures, social movements in the Middle East 

SLN: 7294
SISME 499 A UNDERGRAD RESEARCH (Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED

SLN: 7295
SISME 499 B
INSTRUCTOR I.D. THO 111 

SLN: 7297
SISME 600 INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED
INSTRUCTOR I.D. THO 111

SLN: 7298
SISME 700 MASTERS THESIS (Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED
INSTRUCTOR I.D. THO 111

ANTHROPOLOGY

SLN: 1223
ANTH 100 INTRO TO ANTHRO (5 Cr) GREEN No Grads
Other Sections available
MWThF 8:30-9:20 GUG 224
T 9:30-10:20 PAR 305
Introduction to the subfields of archaeology, biocultural anthropology, and sociocultural anthropology through the examination of selected problems in human physical, cultural, and social evolution.

ARCHEOLOGY

SLN: 1332
ARCHY 105 AA WORLD PREHISTORY (5 Cr) CLOSE
Other Sections available
MWThF 10:30-11:20
T 8:30-9:20 PAR 313
Prehistoric human ancestors from three million years ago: their spread from Africa and Asia into the Americas, survival during ice ages, development of civilizations. Well-known archaeological finds, e.g., Olduvai Gorge; Neanderthals; Jericho; Egyptian pyramids; Mexican temples; Mesa Verde; Ozette, Washington.

SLN: 1353 A
RCHY 495 Quantitative Arch Analytic Tech (5 Cr) WENKE
Seniors, Grads Only
MTWThF 9:30-10:20 DEN 401
Introduction to quantitative approaches to archaeological problems; data screening, numeric methods of classification and identification, graphical and computer-based serration techniques, and the analysis of spatial patterning in artifact distributions. 

ART HISTORY 

SLN: 1475
ART H 351 A Early Medieval & Byzantine Art (5 Cr) KARTSONIS
$10 additional course fee req'd
MWF 10:30-11:50 ART 003
Christian art and architecture of the Roman and Byzantine empires and of western Europe through the eighth century. The class will explore the changing artistic traditions of the Early Christian and Byzantine periods from the reign of Constantine the Great (312) to the fall of Constantinople (1453). Emphasis will be placed on the historical, social, political, and religious factors that determined the visual and artistic expression of the sophisticated civilization of Byzantium.

COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF IDEAS

SLN: 8856
CHID 498 H SPEC COLLOQUIA: TURKISH CULTURAL (5 Cr) KURU
Offered jointly with SISME 490 B HISTORY FROM EMPIRE TO NATION
TTh 3:00-4:50 DEN 314 (SEE SISME 490 B FOR COURSE DESCRIPTION)

COMPARATIVE RELIGION 

SLN: 7126
RELIG 212 AA Introduction to the Quran (5 Cr) B. WHEELER
Offered jointly with NEAR E 212 AA
Other Sections available 
MW 1:30-2:50 SMI 211
F 9:30-10:20 DEN 211
Emphasis on the historical context of the Quran, the history of the text, its collection, organization, and interpretation. In English. General introduction to the Quran and Muslim exegesis of the Quran. (Lecture, discussion, short written assignments)

SLN: 7131
RELIG 322 A GOSPELS (5 Cr)
TTh 1:30-3:20
Gospel material from early Christianity, including both canonical and noncanonical gospels. Relation of gospels to analogous literature from the Hellenistic-Roman period.

SLN: 7132
RELIG 380 A RELIG NATURE & STUDY (5 Cr) WELLMAN, J
Offered jointly with CHID 380 A
TTh 1:30-3:20 SMI 105
Study of religion as a general human phenomenon. Manner in which different methods of inquiry (phenomenology, anthropology, sociology, psychology, literary criticism, archaeology, philosophy, theology) illuminate different aspects of religion and help to shape our conceptions of its nature.

SLN: 7133
RELIG 400 A JEWISH MYSTCAL TRAD (5 Cr) JAFFEE, M
MW 11:30-12:50 THO 211
Jewish esoteric thought from antiquity to early modern times. Emergence of Spanish Kabbalah. The thought of Isaac Luria and its immense influence in Jewish history through other movements-specifically the mystical messiah. Sabbetai Sevi, and the rise of Hasidism.The main educational goal of the course is to introduce students to some of the difficulties in defining the mystical dimension of religion in general. Secondly, it is to acquaint students with the history and symbolic languages of those streams in Judaism that are most usually regarded as examples of mysticism. The emphasis of the course changes from year to year, but in most offerings we stress themes of heavenly travel ("merkavah" mysticism), contemplative interaction with the divine reality ("qabbalah"), and revivalistic piety ("hasidism").

ENGLISH

SLN: 3406
ENGL 312 A Jewish Lit: Biblical to Modern (5 Cr) BUTWIN, J
Offered jointly with SISJE 312 A
Add CODE from Instructor (PD.3)
TTh 9:30-11:20 LOW 101
A study of Jewish literature from Biblical narrative and rabbinic commentary to modern prose and poetry with intervening texts primarily organized around major themes: martyrdom and suffering, destruction and exile, messianism, Hasidism and Enlightenment, Yiddishism and Zionism. Various critical approaches; geographic and historic contexts.

GEOGRAPHY

SLN: 4022
GEOG 471 A METH RESOURCE ANALY (5 Cr) ZUMBRUNNEN
SERVICE LEARNING OPTION. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS
MF 10:30-12:20 SMI 405C
This is a resource analysis methods course which focuses primarily on optimization techniques, especially linear, integer and mixed integer programming using LINDO Trade Mark software on VAXES, MS-DOS PCs, or Macintosh.Economic and noneconomic criteria for resource analysis. Theory and methods of linear models of natural resource analysis. Includes materials-balance modeling, residuals management, constrained system optimization approaches to water quality analysis, land-use patterns and interregional energy use, and multiple objective planning techniques applied to natural resource problems.

ANCIENT & MEDIEVAL HISTORY 

SLN: 4293
HSTAM 367 A MEDIEVAL JEWISH HIST (5 Cr) RUSTOW, M
Offered jointly with SISJE 367 A
TTh 1:30-2:50 SMI 313
F 1:30-2:20 SMI 309
Social and intellectual history of the Jews in Western Europe to the fifteenth century. Jews under Islam and Christianity; the church and the Jews; the Crusades and their legacy; intellectual achievements; conflict and cooperation.

HISTORY

SLN: 4145
HIST 225 A SILK ROAD (5 Cr) WAUGH
Offered jointly with SIS 225 A 
MWF 2:30-3:50 FSH 108
History of cultural and economic exchange across Eurasia from the early Common Era to modern times. Spread of religions such as Islam and Buddhism, overland trade in rare commodities, interaction between nomadic and sedentary cultures, role of empires, culture of daily life, and the arts.

SLN: 4146
HIST 249 AA INTRO LABOR STUDIES (5 Cr) GOLDBERG
Offered jointly with POL S 249/SOC 266 AA
Other Sections available
MWF 12:30-1:20 SAV 249
TTh 11:30-12:20 GLD 317
Conceptual and theoretical issues in the study of labor and work. Role of labor in national and international politics. Formation of labor movements. Historical and contemporary role of labor in the modern world. Offered: jointly with POL S 249/SOC 266.

SLN: 4159
HIST 463 A MID EAST SINCE 1789 (5 Cr) VATANDOUST, G
MWF 2:30-3:50 SMI 105
Critical issues and themes in the changing Middle East, including Westernization, growth of nationalism, Arab-Israeli dispute, Iranian revolution, and the role of Islam.

SLN: 4307
HSTEU 368 A MOD ERUO JEWISH HST (5 Cr) STEIN, S
Offered jointly with SISJE 368 A
THIS COURSE WAS FORMERLY NUMBERED HSTEU 468.
IF YOU HAVE ALREADY TAKEN HSTEU 468, DO NOT REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS
TThF 1:30-2:50 SMI 211
Surveys European Jewish history from the Spanish expulsion (1492) to World War I (1914). Considers diversity of European Jewryies and the factors that cohered them. Examines how European Jewries ordered their lives, shaped gender and class norms, and interacted with the societies in which they lived.

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

SLN: 7218
SIS 225 A SILK ROAD (5 Cr) WAUGH
Offered jointly with HIST 225 A
MWF 230-350 FSH 108 (SEE HISTORY 225 A for course description) 

SLN: 7240
SIS 495 H U.S. POLICY IN MIDDLE EAST (5 Cr) KASABA
TTh 11:30-1:20 BLM 415
Task Force on US Policy in the Middle East This Task Force will consider US foreign policy options in the contemporary Middle East with a particular focus on the situation in Iraq. 

SLN: 7243
SIS 498 A READINGS IN INTL STUDIES (5 Cr) WHEELER, D
Add Code required (Period 3) TECH & SOCIETY IN INFO AGE
Th 11:30-1:20 BLM 211
This course will consider the role of technology in social change from the printing press to the rise of the networked society. We will be specifically dealing with issues of technological determinism and the role of human agency in the relationships of technology to society and vice versa. Technology is a tool, anextention of human creativity, and a quest for efficiency.

SLN: 7247
SIS 580 A TEACHNG INTL STDIES (Cr/No Cr) KASABA
Grads only
ADD CODE: THO 111
W 1:30-3:20 BLM 308
Focuses on comparison across geographical areas including comparative political economy, comparative cultures, and comparative institutions.

JEWISH STUDIES

SLN: 7282
SISJE 490 B (SPEC TOP) RABBINIC ORAL TRAD TEXTS (3 Cr) JAFFEE
TTh 11:30-12:50 THO 215
This course is both an introduction to the various styles of ancient rabbinic literature and an introduction to the role that oral performance and oral tradition played in the shaping of written rabbinic literary works. After some preliminary discussions of the various ways in which scholars have approached the “morality” of rabbinic writings, we will spend the bulk of the quarter reading translations of selected rabbinic texts with an eye towards understanding ways in which they preserve various dimensions of their origins in an oral-traditional milieu. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SLN: 6725
POL S 249 AA INTRO LABOR STUDIES (5Cr) GOLDBERG
Offered jointly with HIST 249 AA
Other sessions available
SERVICE LEARNING COURSE
MWF 12:30-1:20 SAV 249
TTh 11:30-12:20 GLD 317
Conceptual and theoretical issues in the study of labor and work. Role of labor in national and international politics. Formation of labor movements. Historical and contemporary role of labor in the modern world. 

SLN: 6764
POL S 403 A ADV TOP IN IR (5Cr) PRAKASH
MEETS WITH PB AF 537C GLOBALIZATION & PUBLIC POLICY
Add Code required (Period 3)
MW 12:30-2:20 EE1 026
Description. This course will examine public policy implications of globalization. We will place globalization in a historical context, explore the various dimensions, and understand their impact on extant governance institutions. In particular, we will examine the impact of globalization on the nation state and how globalization impacts business-government-NGO dynamics.

SLN: 6767
POL S 407 AA INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT (5Cr) MERCER
Other sessions available
MW 9:30-10:50 SAV 131
TTh 8:30-9:20
This course examines the causes of war by focusing on the individual, state, and international levels of analysis. It explores the usefulness and limitations of deterrence theory. Special attention will be paid to nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons. The course also examines a range of issues from the utility of economic sanctions to the desirability of developing non-lethal weapons, as well as problems of ethnic conflict and of terrorism.

SLN: 6797
POL S 522 A INTL POLITICAL ECON (5Cr) PRAKASH
Th 2:30-5:20 SMI 111
Theories of international political economy. Focuses on the emergence and development of the modern world system, the transition from feudalism to capitalism, and the institution of the nation-state system. Examines the political economy of trade, investment, and the international division of labor from a variety of theoretical perspectives. Prerequisite: POL S 521.

SLN: 6798
POL S 527 M INTL RELATNS TOPICS (5Cr) MERCER
POLIT PSYCH OF CONFLICT & COOPERATION
M 2:00-4:50 THO 125
How can we use psychology to better explain the sources of conflict and cooperation international politics? To address this question, we will apply different social psychological theories to politics. For example, we will examine prospect theory, the fundamental attribution error, social identity theory, as well as theories of small groups, organizations, and emotion. We will then examine how political scientists have used these theories to examine decision making, deterrence theory, learning, identity and intergroup conflict and cooperation, unit cohesion, and trust. How successful have these efforts been? How could they be improved?

ECONOMICS

SLN: 2948 ECON 406 C Economics of the middle east (5 Cr) SALEHI-ESFAH
Add code required
MW 1:30-3:20 SAV 341

LAW, SOCIETIES, AND JUSTICE

SLN: 4847
LSJ 320 A The Politics & Law of Intl Human Rights (5Cr) OSANLOO
Offered jointly with ANTH 469 E
TTh 10:30-12:20 WFS 201
Through a variety of readings, students will approach key human rights issues with the aim of gaining deeper understanding of the meaning and practices of human rights. Initially we will examine the historical and theoretical foundations of human rights as well as the institutions that make up the international and regional human rights systems. Through case studies, we will analyze the various complexities, including legal, social, economic, historical, and political, surrounding specific questions in human rights. In doing so, students will be introduced to relevant topical issues such as nation-state sovereignty, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, persecution and torture, "the disappeared," refugees and asylum seekers, and venues for making legal claims. The notion of "culture" as an indicator of human rights variance will also be considered.

RUSSIA, E EUROPE, & CENT ASIA

SLN: 7302
SISRE 590 A SPEC TOPICS: CENTRAL EURASIA: (5Cr) WAUGH
w/EURO 494 B COLONIAL RULE & EMERGING NAT IDENTITIES
T 1:30-3:20 THO 125

NEAR EASTERN COURSES IN ENGLISH
(for Information Call Near East Dept. - 543-6033) 

SLN: 5816
NEAR E 212 AA INTRODUCTION TO THE QUR'AN (5Cr) WHEELER, B
Offered jointly with RELIG 212 AA
MW 1:30-2:50 SMI 211
F 9:30-10:20 DEN 211

SLN: 5817
NEAR E 212 AB INTRODUCTION TO THE QUR'AN (5Cr) WHEELER, B
Offered jointly with RELIG 212 AB
MW 1:30-2:50 SMI 211
F 10:30-11:20 DEN 211 

SLN: 5818
NEAR E 212 AC INTRODUCTION TO THE QUR'AN (5Cr) WHEELER, B
Offered jointly with RELIG 212 AC
MW 1:30-2:50 SMI 211
F 2:30-3:20 DEN 211 

SLN: 5819
NEAR E 212 AD INTRODUCTION TO THE QUR'AN (5Cr) WHEELER, B
Offered jointly with RELIG 212 AD
MW 1:30-2:50 SMI 211
F 3:30-4:20 DEN 211
Emphasis on the historical context of the Quran, the history of the text, its collection, organization, and interpretation. In English.

SLN: 5820
NEAR E 220 A ANCIENT NEAR EAST (5Cr) BELCHER, E
MWF 1:30-2:50 PAR 305
Surveys the peoples, places and events of the ancient Near East. Examines the cultures of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Canaan, and Israel with an eye to each culture's cultural contributions. Pays special attention to shared cultural elements as well as distinguishing characteristics of the peoples of these regions.

SLN: 5824
NEAR E 242 A TURKISH CULTURAL HISTORY (5Cr) KURU, S
Offered jointly with SISME 490 B & CHID 498 H
MWF 3:30-5:20 PAR 305
Republic of Turkey was established in 1923. After a succession of wars, a population, consisting mostly of Muslim, was brought together and was defined as the Turkish nation. In this class the making of Modern Turkey on the ruins of a dismembered Empire will be discussed. The ongoing adventure of the people of Turkey, within a divided but fast-changing world will be presented and discussed through novels, movies, and scholarly articles. There will also be invited lectures by specialists on Turkish Republic and culture.

SLN: 5825
NEAR E 325 A MODERN HEBREW LIT in ENGLISH (3 Cr) SOKOLOFF, N
MWF 11:30-12:20 DEN 213
Major developments in Hebrew literature from the Enlightenment to the current Israeli literature.

SLN: 5830
NEAR E 496 B (SPEC STUD) ARAB-AMERICAN AUTHORS (3 Cr) DEYOUNG, T
Offered jointly with SISJE 490 B
TTh 11:30-12:50 THO 215

SLN: 8873
NEAR E 496 C (SPEC STUD) ENGENDERING THE POST- (3 Cr) BERRADA, F
Offered jointly with SISME 490 A COLONIAL IN N AFRICAN LIT & CULTURE
MW 2:30-3:50 SMI 404 (SEE SISME 490 A FOR COURSE DESCRIPTION)
F 2:30-4:20 THO 211

NEAR E 499 A
SLN: 5831
UNDERGRAD RESEARCH FACULTY CODE:
DEN 229.
(Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED
NEAR E 600 A
SLN: 5834
INDEPENDENT STUDY/RESEACH
(Grads only)
FACULTY CODE:
DEN 229.
(Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED


NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGE COURSES
(for Information Call Near East Dept. - 543-6033)

ARAB
ARAB 412 AA (SLN:1268) ELEM ARABIC FREEMAN/SHIHADE 5 TTh 12:30-1:20: MGH 241
MWF 12:30-1:20 DEN 311
ARAB 412 AB (SLN:1269) ELEM ARABIC FREEMAN/SHIHADE 5 TTh 12:30-1:20: DEN 209
MWF 1:30-2:20 DEN 209
ARAB 412 AC (SLN:1270) ELEM ARABIC FREEMAN/SHIHADE 5 TTh 12:30-1:20: DEN 209
MWF 9:30-10:20 DEN 311
ARAB 412 AD (SLN:1271) ELEM ARABIC FREEMAN/SHIHADE 5 TTh 12:30-1:20: MGH 241
MWF 10:30-11:20 BLM 411
ARAB 422 A (SLN: 1272) INTERMED ARABIC FREEMAN 5 MTWThF 11:30-12:20
DEN 205
ARAB 422 B (SLN: 8988) INTERMED ARABIC FREEMAN 5 MTWThF 11:30-12:20
DEN 205
MWF 11:30-12:20 DEN 311
T 11:30-12:20 DEN 313
Th 11:30-12:20 TBA
ARAB 432 A (SLN: 1273) ADVANCED ARABIC DEYOUNG 3 TTh 10:30-11:50
PAR 212
ARAB 454 A (SLN: 1273) QURAN INTERPRTATION WHEELER, B 3 MW 3:00-11:50
PAR 212
ARAB 496 A (SLN: 8875) SPEC STUD: FORMAL SPOKEN ARABIC   3 W 2:30-4:50
DEN 213
         
ARAB 490 A (SLN: 1276) SUPERVISED STUDY FACULTY CODE: DEN 229. (Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED
ARAB 499 A (SLN: 1277) UNDERGRAD RESEARCH FACULTY CODE: DEN 229. (Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED
ARAB 600 A (SLN: 1278) INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH (Grads only) FACULTY CODE: DEN 229. (Var Cr) TO BE ARRANGED
ARAMIC
ARAMIC 412 A
(SLN:12798)
Syriac WHEELER,B 3 MW 10:30-11:50
DEN 313

Beginning Syriac including basic grammar and vocabulary with selected readings from simple prose passages and poetry selected from early Christian and other late antique writings. No previous study of Aramaic required.

HEBREW

HEBR 412 A (SLN: 4188) ELEM MOD HEBREW SOKOLOFF 5 MTWThF 9:30-10:20
DEN 205
HEBR 415 A (SLN: 4119) ELEM BIBLICAL HEBR MARTIN, G. 5 MWF 9:00-10:20
SAV 249
HEBR 422 A (SLN: 4120) INTERMED MOD HEBR SOKOLOFF 5 TTh 10:30-11:20
DEN 213
HEBR 490 A (SLN: 4123) SUPERVISED STUDY FACULTY CODE: DEN 229. (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
HEBR 499 A (SLN: 4124) UNDERGRAD RESEARCH FACULTY CODE: DEN 229. (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
HEBR 600 A (SLN: 4125) INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH
(Grads only)
FACULTY CODE: DEN 229. (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED

PERSIAN

PRSAN 412 A (SLN: 6830) ELEMENTARY PERSIAN KARIMI-HAKKA AVERBUCH,B 5 MTWThF 9:30-10:20
DEN 302
PRSAN 422 A (SLN: 6831) INTERMED PERSIAN KARIMI-HAKKA AVERBUCH,B 5 MTWThF 10:30-11:20
DEN 311
PRSAN 455 A (SLN: 6833) THE PERSIAN GHAZAL KARIMI-HAKKA 3 MF 1:30-2:50 DEN 206
PRSAN 490 A (SLN: 6834) SUPERVISED STUDY FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
PRSAN 499 A (SLN: 6835) UNDERGRAD RESEARCH FACULTY CODE: DEN 229. (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
PRSAN 600 A (SLN: 6836) INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH
(Grads only)
FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED

TURKIC

TKIC 412 A (SLN: 7829) ELEMENTARY UZBEK CIRTAUTAS/ AKHMEDOVA 5 TF 8:00-10:20
DEN 213
TKIC 415 A (SLN: 7830) INTRO TO KAZAKH CIRTAUTAS 3 TWTh 9:30-10:20
BLM 415
TKIC 422 A (SLN: 7831) INTERMEDIATE UZBEK CIRTAUTAS/ AKHMEDOVA 3 ThF 10:30-12:20
DEN 313
TKIC 546 A (SLN: 7830) OLD TURKIC CIRTAUTAS 3 TTh 1:30-2:50
DEN 213
TKIC 490 A (SLN: 7833) SUPERVISED STUDY FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
TKIC 499 A (SLN: 7834) UNDERGRAD RESEARCH FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
TKIC 600 A (SLN: 7836) INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH
(Grads only)
FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED

TURKISH

TKISH 412 A (SLN: 7837) ELEMENTARY TURKISH KURU/ HOSOGLU 5 MTWThF 9:30-10:20
DEN 217
TKISH 422 A (SLN: 7838) INTERMED TURKISH KURU/ HOSOGLU 5 MTWThF 10:30-11:20
DEN 217
TKISH 490 A (SLN: 7839) SUPERVISED STUDY FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
TKISH 499 A (SLN: 7840) UNDERGRAD RESEARCH FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED
TKISH 600 A (SLN: 7841) INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH
(Grads only)
FACULTY CODE: DEN 229 (Var Credits) TO BE ARRANGED

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The Middle East Center
University of Washington
225 Thomson Hall
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195
(206) 543-4227 phone
(206) 685-0668 fax
mecuw@u.washington.edu

Ellis Goldberg, Director
goldberg@uw.edu

Felicia Hecker, Associate Director
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