Among its mission priorities, the Center for Middle East Studies seeks to provide DU students with the tools and resources necessary to engage the Middle Eastern world both professionally and intellectually. Towards that end, we have compiled a wide variety of online resources students can easily access - from the best academic journals to upcoming intensive language training programs outside DU.
Spring Quarter 2016: Courses on the Middle East
The faculty and affiliate faculty of the Center for Middle East Studies teach a variety of courses on or relating to the Middle East throughout the University of Denver. Here you will find a comprehensive list of those courses on offer for SPRING QUARTER 2016, broken down by the department through which they are offered.
Please note, the courses listed below combine those at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
ANTH 4200: Native North Africa (Richard Clemmer-Smith)
10:00-11:50 am (Tuesday and Thursday)
INTS 3800: United States and the Middle East: Special Relationships (Ahmed Mohamed Abdrabou)
2:00-3:50 pm (Tuesday and Thursday)
INTS 4706.02: Political Economy of Energy and Sustainable Development (Haider Khan)
HIST 3620: United States Involvement in the Persian Gulf (Jonathan Sciarcon)
4:00-5:50 pm (Tuesday and Thursday)
RLGS 2120: Judaism, Christianity & Islam (Carl A. Raschke)
RLGS 3500: Islam (Andrea Stanton)
12:00-1:50 pm (Wednesday and Friday)
WORLD LANGUAGES & LITERATURE
ARAB 1003: Elementary Arabic (Maha Foster)
Basics of Modern Standard Arabic. Three quarter sequence. Prerequisite: ARAB 1001 & ARAB 1002 or equivalent. (4 credits)
ARAB 2100 - Composition and Conversation (Maha Foster)
Continued study of Arabic language. Three quarter sequence. Prerequisite: ARAB 2001 & ARAB 2002 or equivalent. (4 credits)
HEBR 1003 - Elementary Hebrew (Sari Havis)
Basics of Modern Hebrew. Three quarter sequence. Prerequisite: HEBR 1001 & HEBR 1002 or equivalent (4 credits)
HEBR 2003 - Intermediate Hebrew (Sari Havis)
Continued study of Hebrew language. Three quarter sequence. Prerequisite: HEBR 2001 & HEBR 2002 or equivalent. (4 credits)
Internship & Study Abroad slideshow
In case you missed the presentation CMES gave on October 21, we're posting the slideshow below for your perusal. Just click on the slide below to access the PDF. We hope it will inspire and motivate you to pursue an internship or course of study in the Middle East! For more information on these options, visit our Internships and Language Programs pages in this section.