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Summer Hebrew Ulpan, 2004

Centre for Modern Hebrew Studies

is happy to announce a

Summer Hebrew Ulpan for University students

at the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Cambridge

Sunday, 27th June — Wednesday, 7th July, 2004

The Summer Hebrew Ulpan is designed for university students. It will consist of five daily hours of intensive language tuition as well as related activities, including a visit to the Taylor-Schechter Genizah collection and Israeli film screenings. The course is led by Mrs Rachel Williams, Language Teaching Officer at the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, and Dr Hiyah Dahan, Scholar and Teacher of the Hebrew language from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

The Summer Ulpan will host the following evening talks, given at 5pm in the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies:

  • Sunday, 27th June, 2004 in Room 13 (ground floor)
    The flora and fauna in the land of Israel
    Dr Ephraim Lev, Haifa University, Israel

  • Tuesday, 29th June, 2004 in Room 206 (second floor)
    The bible as literature: secrets of a number one best seller
    Lynn Zanger-Nadis, University of Cambridge

  • Monday, 5th July, 2004 in Room 206 (second floor)
    Modern Hebrew literature and the use of biblical texts: the story of the Akedah
    Marta Marzanska, University of Cambridge