School of Languages and Cultures HebrewCollege of Liberal Arts

Modern Hebrew

The modern Hebrew program is designed to teach all skills (comprehension, reading, writing, and speaking) of modern Hebrew, the colloquial language of Israel. In addition, it aims to provide students with cultural and literary knowledge of modern Israel. We offer four levels of language and courses on Israeli culture, literature, cinema and other important topics.

Professional and research interests of the faculty include Hebrew literature, literary history and criticism, linguistics, translation, language and technology and the teaching of Hebrew as a foreign language.

The program prepares students for academic, government, and business careers as well as employment in Jewish community activities.

Modern Hebrew at Purdue

Why Study Modern Hebrew?

FALL 2018 courses 

HEBR 101 - Modern Hebrew Level I 

HEBR 201 - Modern Hebrew Level III

HEBR 284 - Ancient Near Eastern History And  Culture
This course is a survey of the development of the ancient Near East, from its pre-history to Alexander the Great. It emphasizes the evolutions of various Near Eastern cultures in their many manifestations; art, government, agriculture, economics, philosophy, religion, ethics, and science. Taught in English.
Instructor: Prof. Roberstson, Stuart

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