Students in the summer intensive Introductory Biblical Hebrew sequence learn the fundamentals of Hebrew as this language is employed in the Hebrew Bible. We will begin by studying the rudiments of biblical Hebrew phonology and pronunciation and proceed, over the course of the session, to delve into biblical Hebrew nominal and verbal morphology and syntax through exercises in reading and composition. To facilitate this reading and writing, students will master a broad vocabulary that touches on all areas of life, from agriculture and animal husbandry to theology and politics. By means of these approaches, we will equip ourselves with the essential tools for exploring the fascinating and complex literature of ancient Israel and Judah. There are no prerequisites for this course.
Summer 2021 Course Info:
Summer Session II: July 6 - August 15, 2021
This course will be offered online for Summer 2021
This course is open to NYU Undergraduate and Graduate Students and all visiting non-NYU students at all levels.
- Current NYU Undergraduate Students may enroll in HBRJD-UA 7 section 001 when summer registration begins.
- Undergraduate visiting students should apply through the NYU Visiting Students Application.
- Current NYU graduate students who want to enroll in the course should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
- Non-NYU students interested in taking the course for no credit at reduced tuition, please contact email@example.com for further information.