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MES Professor Publishes New Book on Arabic Second Language Acquistion

A new book by Mohammad T. Alhawary, Professor of Arabic Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition at the Department of Middle East Studies: The Routledge Handbook of Arabic Second Language Acquisition (May 2018)

MES Professor Looks at How Coffeehouses Have Influenced Modern Jewish Culture in New Book

Professor Shachar Pinsker discusses his new book, A Rich Brew: How Cafés Created Modern Jewish Culture

MES LSA Course Guide Subjects:

  • ARABIC (Arabic language)
  • ARMENIAN (Armenian language)
  • HEBREW (Hebrew language)
  • MELANG (Ancient languages)
  • PERSIAN (Persian language)
  • TURKISH (Turkish language)
  • MIDEAST (culture courses taught primarily in English)
    • topics include: Biblical studies, Islamic studies, Jewish culture and religion, ancient civilizations, and others focused on Middle Eastern culture, literature, linguistics, history, and visual culture

 

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