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Intermediate/Advanced Biblical Hebrew 2D

We will complete our overview of the Hebrew verb system, and continue to build Biblical text translation and analysis skills, using Bibleworks software in class. We will also translate sample texts from the Hebrew Bible. For students needing review of earlier material, online links will be provided for recorded class sessions covering previous chapters of the text. Students who complete this course will qualify for entry into our Advanced Biblical Hebrew translation and analysis course, which covers a new topic and texts every semester.

Required text: The First Hebrew Reader, available at Afikomen Judaica.

This course will be available to registered students at no extra charge via Adobe Connect online distance learning. Students may attend live in the classroom, live online or anytime via recording.

Schedule

# Sessions
8
Date & time

Sundays, April 2 - June 11 (no class 4/16, 5/14, 5/28)
4:35 - 6:00 pm

Tuition
$120 for the public
$100 for members
$95 for seniors and students
Session Time Days Location Instructors
Apr 02 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist
Apr 09 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist
Apr 23 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist
Apr 30 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist
May 07 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist
May 21 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist
Jun 04 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist
Jun 11 4:35 PM–6:00 PM Sun Private Home-Berkeley Jehon Grist

Location

A Private Home in Berkeley

Berkeley, CA

Instructors

Jehon Grist

Jehon GristJehon Grist, Ph.D., is Chief Operating Officer and Senior Educator of Lehrhaus Judaica. He earned his doctorate in Near Eastern Studies from UC Berkeley, where he was a Regents' Fellow. He has conducted field research in Israel, the Gaza Strip, and the Valley of the Queens in southern Egypt.