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Courses in LSA Germanic Languages & Literatures
Yiddish (YIDDISH)
YIDDISH 431 / JUDAIC 431. Beginning Yiddish 1 for Graduate Students
(4). May not be repeated for credit. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in JUDAIC 101 or YIDDISH 101. Undergraduate students elect JUDAIC 101 or YIDDISH 101. F.

This is the first of a two-term sequence designed to develop basic skills in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing Yiddish.

YIDDISH 432 / JUDAIC 432. Beginning Yiddish 2 for Graduate Students
JUDAIC 431/YIDDISH 431 or placement by exam; will also accept JUDAIC 101/YIDDISH 101. (4). May not be repeated for credit. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in JUDAIC 102 or YIDDISH 102. Undergraduate students elect JUDAIC 102 or YIDDISH 102. W.

This is the second of a two-term sequence designed to develop basic skills in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing Yiddish .

YIDDISH 531 / JUDAIC 531. Intermediate Yiddish 1 for Graduate Students
JUDAIC 432 or YIDDISH 432; or JUDAIC 102 YIDDISH 102; or placement exam. (4). May not be repeated for credit. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in JUDAIC 201 or YIDDISH 201. Undergraduate students elect JUDAIC 201 or YIDDISH 201. F.

This is the third term of a language sequence in Yiddish. The course is designed to develop fluency in oral and written comprehension, and to offer a further understanding of the culture within which Yiddish has developed.

YIDDISH 532 / JUDAIC 532. Intermediate Yiddish 2 for Graduate Students
JUDAIC 531/YIDDISH 531 or placement by exam; will also accept JUDAIC 201/YIDDISH 201. (4). May not be repeated for credit. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in JUDAIC 202 or YIDDISH 202. Undergraduate students elect JUDAIC 202 or YIDDISH 202. W.

This is the fourth term of a language sequence of Yiddish. The course is designed to develop fluency in oral and written comprehension, and to offer a further understanding of the culture within which Yiddish has developed.

YIDDISH 631 / JUDAIC 631. Advanced Yiddish 1 for Graduate Students
JUDAIC 532/YIDDISH 532 or placement by exam; will also accept JUDAIC 202/YIDDISH 202. (4). May not be repeated for credit. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in JUDAIC 301 or YIDDISH 301. Undergraduate students elect JUDAIC 301 or YIDDISH 301. F.

This is the third year of the language sequence, focusing on reading and speaking Yiddish. Literary, historical and other texts will be considered, along with film, folklore, and music.

YIDDISH 632 / JUDAIC 632. Advanced Yiddish 2 for Graduate Students
JUDAIC 631/YIDDISH 631 or placement by exam; will also accept JUDAIC 301/YIDDISH 301. (4). May not be repeated for credit. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in JUDAIC 302 or YIDDISH 302. Undergraduate students elect JUDAIC 302 or YIDDISH 302. W.

This is the final term of the language sequence, focusing on reading and speaking Yiddish. Literary, historical and other texts will be considered, along with film, folklore, and music.

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