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Attention is drawn to the following points relevant to the achievement of the entrance examination qualification:. Before enrolling, they must report to the counter of the deputy dean in the Ancient Arts building for an application for approval of the proposed course unit for the First Year.

External Studies

History of Science and Philosophy of Science 1 and II Political Philosophy Indian Studies I and II Psychology I, IIA and IIIA Indonesian Studies I and II Public Administration International Relations Pure Mathematics I and I Italian IA, I, II and III Rhetoric. The fees for external studies are (apart from annual registration, sports, union and S.R.C. fees) the same as for lectures and are payable on the due dates for each semester.

Single Subjects

Examinations

Graduation

Student Counselling and Housing

On 27 and 28 February, the Student Representative Office organizes tours of the most important university buildings and the opportunity for the students to meet members of the teaching staff. On these two days, the students receive a lot of information about the study at the university, which can answer most of the practical questions that concern them before the start of the semester.

The Colleges of the University

University Halls of Residence

  • The following awards may be made annually on the work of the Year—

A candidate who has been admitted to the class list at the final examination in any school or combined honors course may subsequently, with the approval of. Subject to the approval of the Faculty, these scholarships shall be awarded except to a candidate placed in the first class.

Choice of Course

Approval of Course

  • Т 1E ORDINARY DECREE Structure of the Course
    • Every student must also satisfy the requirements of the Gaoue SYSTEM by passing at least ONE SuщJEcr in Encu of the following groups
  • Group 1(a), Foreign language
  • Group 3(а), Philosophy
  • Group 4(a), Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Applied Mathematics I Applied Mathematics II Applied Mathematics Theory of Statistics I Theory of Statistics II (this sub-major may not be part of the first year of the programme). In addition to the subjects of the Bachelor of Science programme, the program includes at least one year of work in literature.

Economics A

DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

ORDINARY DEGREE

EXAMINATION

  • GREEK PART II Three lectures and one tutorial per week

BOOKS

  • LATIN PART I
  • LATIN PART II Four lectures or tutorials per week
  • SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES ( For possible combinations with this school see p. 220.)

Candidates will be examined in the subjects Greek Part II and Latin Part II at the annual examination at the end of the second year. At the end of the third year, candidates will be examined in invisible translation from Greek and Latin.

109. GREEK PART IV

SYLLABUS

LATIN PART I (Ions) Five lectures or tutorials weekly

  • LATIN PART II (Ions) Three lectures and two tutorial classes per week
  • LATIN PART III (Ions) Four lectures and three tutorial classes per week
  • COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY Two lectures per week and tutorials as required

A course of tutorials and essay work throughout the year along with attending lectures as directed. i) Latin prose composition, including historical syntax. The general principles of classical philology and their detailed application to the study of the Greek and Latin languages, including comparative grammar.

MASTER OF ARTS

SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

CRIMINOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CRIMINOLOGY A

Different orientations to crime and delinquency: legal, cultural and psychological definitions of crime and criminals. Criminal responsibility, the expert witness, the contribution of psychiatry to diagnosis and treatment in custody and other correctional institutions, the treatment team.

FACULTY OF ECONOMICS

219. ECONOMICS B

S.-Macro-economics, (Allen and Unwire, Minerva Series No. 9.) Other publications as mentioned in the lectures.

220 - 2. ECONOMICS C2 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

220 - 3. ECONOMICS C3 ECONOMICS OF THE FIRM

220 - 4. ECONOMICS C4 WELFARE ECONOMICS

220-5. ECONOMICS C5

PUBLIC FINANCE

220-6. ECONOMICS C6

BANKING. AND FINANCE Economics B must be passed before this subject is taken

Influence of natural resources, climatic conditions and topography on economic activity; population movements and problems; types of agricultural development; processes of industrialization; transport; international trade; intergovernmental cooperation in development schemes. ed.)—The Pattern of Asia. These are just two of the excellent series of volumes that comprise the Pelican History of England.

229. ECONOMIC HISTORY В

230-1. ECONOMIC HISTORY C I THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF ASIA

BOOKS `

(c) It may be necessary to add to the above lists books which become available. after these details go to press. Economic history of the United States since 1850, with special reference to the causes of economic growth, fluctuations in the rate of economic growth, and the changing role of government.

HONOURS DEGREE H. SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

A more advanced treatment of the work prescribed for Economics A in the Ordinary Degree course. A more advanced treatment of the subjects prescribed for Economics B in the Ordinary Degree course, together with a general overview of economic principles.

148. ECONOMICS PART IV A course of lectures and discussion classes throughout the year

231. HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THEORY

For the honors degree, there will be more emphasis on analytical questions than for the pass rate. —The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, Vol. c) No formal book on the history of economic thought is prescribed, but any of the following will be helpful:.

MASTER OF ARTS Н. SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

  • ENGLISH PART I A course of two lectures and one tutorial class a week
  • RHETORIC
  • ENGLISH PART II A course of two lectures and one tutorial class a week
  • ENGLISH PART III
  • SCHOOL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (For possible combinations with this school see p. 193.)

In their first year, candidates will take English Language and Literature Part I, and one of the two additional subjects. In their third year they will take papers 3 and 4 of part I of the final examination.

125. ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE PART I

In their fourth year, they will take papers 1, 2 and 3 of Part II of the final examination and submit an essay (paper 4). B) Candidates may take English as part of a combined honors course, provided they demonstrate their ability to do so. In their second year, they will take English Language Part II, and the remaining additional subject.

128. ENGLISH LITERATURE PART II

Students taking English Language Part II as part of a combined Honors course must attend the lectures and sit the examination in part (ii) of English Literature Part II. A course of five lectures per week, with tutorials. i) The Literature course prescribed for English part III (ordinary degree), together with one of the following subjects:. ii) A study of the development of drama, including a special study of Shakespeare's plays.

SYLLABUS ,

—Taste and Criticism in the Eighteenth Century. iii) Australian Literature—See English Literature Volume III.

SCHOOL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Candidates are required to prepare a thesis on an approved subject. They will

DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS

  • FINE ARTS A
  • FINE ARTS B
  • FINE ARTS C
  • FINE ARTS A

A Study of the Art of the Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy, with an Introduction to Italian Medieval Art. Students who have completed the first year must be approved by the Faculty of Arts as honors degree candidates before entering the second year of the honors school.

47. ' FINE ARTS B

A biographical list to guide them will be provided by the School of Fine Arts.

167. FINE ARTS D

THESIS

MASTEft OF AftTS N. SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS

DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH

SUBJECTS OFFERED

BOOKS OF REFERENCE

  • FRENCH PART IA
  • FRENCH PART I
  • B. The books mentioned above are available in the University Library, but students must have their own copies of all books marked with an asterisk
  • papers, the first on unseen translation into English, composition, prescribed texts, and versification; the second on part (i) of the syllabus; terminal
    • FRENCH PART II

For section (i) of the syllabus, first-hand knowledge of representative writers is expected at the test. L.—La France d'hier et d'aujourd'hui. passages for translation must be indicated on the department's notice board.

ESSAY WORK

FRENCH PART III

A course of five lectures per week, with one seminar, all year round. i) The literature of the 18th century studied in a general course and a course explication de textes, together with a background course on aspects of civilization. ii) Translation of 20th century prescribed texts (with some literary study);. Students submit short essays in French and an exercise in explanation of the literature of the 18th century.

SCHOOL OF FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

  • FRENCH PART I (Hops )

During the year, candidates will have to submit essays and explanations on a special literary study and on the literature of the 17th century. During the year, we will discuss the literature of the 17th century with essays and explanations.

134. MEDIEVAL FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE A course of three lectures per week throughout the year

FRENCH PART III (Ions)

The first will be either on part (iia) of the syllabus (for students taking Medieval French Language and Literature) or on part (iib) of the syllabus (for combined course students not taking Medieval French Language and Literature).

ORAL WORK

Candidates are expected to achieve considerable fluency and accuracy in spoken French and will sit for a viva voce honors field examination at the end of the year.

136. ADVANCED MEDIEVAL FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY

106. GEOGRAPHY PART I

A course of two lectures, one tutorial and three hours of supervised work per week throughout the year. A course of two lectures, one tutorial and three hours of supervised work per week throughout the year, with one additional tutorial per week throughout the year and additional written work for Honors candidates.

170. GEOGRAPHY PART IV

The self-study class and additional written work for honors candidates will deal with more specialized topics in the economics or the historical geography of the regions under study. Candidates are required to prepare a thesis on a topic approved by the head of the department.

DEPARTMENT OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES

  • GERMAN PART I
  • GERMAN PART II
  • GERMAN PART III
  • DUTCH PART I
  • papers (the first on translation and grammar, the second on pre- scribed texts, composition and history); oral test of fifteen minutes; dictation
    • DUTCH PART II
    • DUTCH PART III

The annual examination takes into account the quality of the candidate's work throughout the course. The annual examination takes into account the quality of the candidate's work during the year.

EXTERNAL STUDIES

178 - 2. SWEDISH PART II

SCHOOL OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES (For possible combinations with this school see p. 220.)

  • GERMAN PART I (Ions)
  • GERMAN PART II (Ions)
  • GERMAN PART III (lions)

A student who has completed the first year of a full-time degree course and has passed the German first part and the Dutch first part may, with the permission of the faculty, enroll in the Honors School. In the second year, candidates will take the honors course German II. parts and Dutch II. part together with the remaining additional item. will be tested only in the Dutch part II at the annual exam at the end of the second year, and those who take part V only in the German part II.

138. ADVANCED MIDDLE RICH GERMAN

Students taking course В must sit the annual exam in German Part II (passed). SCHOOL OF GERMAN LANGUAGES, COURSES A AND C) A course of seven lectures per week and guidance throughout the year. As for the ordinary degree, together with advanced Middle High German and special literature studies.

SCHOOL OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES, COURSES A AND C) A course of three lectures per week throughout the year with such tutorial assist-

  • DUTCH PART I ( Hons )

SCHOOL OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES, COURSE A AND C) A course of three lectures per week throughout the year with such tutorial help-. Candidates are expected to prepare under the lecturer's guidance for their main essay which forms part of the final examination of the school.

MAETER OF ARTS

SCHOOL OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES

A course of one lecture of two hours per week throughout the year in Old Norse will be offered to postgraduate students of the school of Germanic Languages ​​and any other interested students. In addition, advanced students meet once a fortnight for three hours to read and discuss parts of the Poetic Edda and Snorri's Heimskringla.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

  • ANCIENT HISTORY РАНТ I
  • BRITISH HISTORY
  • MODERN HISTORY A
  • AMERICAN HISTORY
  • AUSTRALIAN HISTORY
  • FAR EASTERN HISTORY
  • Black.)
    • MODERN HISTORY B
    • SOCIAL HISTORY

Particular emphasis will be placed on three main topics: i) The period from Palaeolithic savagery down to the establishment of the permanent urban bronze-working communities in the third millennium BCE. Some emphasis will be placed on western expansion, the causes of the Civil War, and American foreign policy.

HONOURS DEGREE

SCHOOL OF HISTORY

  • ANCIENT HISTORY PART I (Ions)

V can take the exam without completing the prescribed essay work by the specified dates and attending the exercises in the school's subjects. Candidates who have made satisfactory progress in the history subjects of that year in the second year will be admitted to the third year of the school without formal examination in those subjects.

  • BRITISH HISTORY (Ions)

A useful substitute for the Everyman translations of Herodotus and Thucydides is given by Godolphin, F. ed. This contains translated texts other than the two historians, which are of pass and honors value for the course in Ancient History Part I.

COMBINED SYLLABUS

A selection of topics for careful study will be made each year from subjects such as: the concept of the Renaissance; the beginnings of European capitalism; the political development of the Italian states; the rise of monarchical absolutism. For an idea of ​​the controversies that took place in the past between historians on the subject of the 'Renaissance':.

ITALIAN

Documentary art history. The Prince and the Discourses on the First Ten Books of Titus Livius. During the year, certain texts from the fourteenth, fifteenth or sixteenth centuries will be prescribed for intensive study.

114. GENERAL НISTORY PART III Students taking this subject may choose one of the following

AUSTRALIAN HL онY

  • HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE I
  • HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE II

Available course descriptions and reading guides will be distributed to third year students. Students with adequate scientific and mathematical preparation will be exempted from this part of the course.

185. HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE III The aim of this course is to study the development of scientific ideas and

HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE (SCIENCE COURSE )

The essays will be considered an essential part of the course and the student must achieve a satisfactory standard in them before being allowed to sit the final examination. The student will receive fairly extensive lists of books and journal articles during the course, and roneoed source material will be provided by the department.

HONOURS DEGREE O. SCHOOL OF HISTORY AND

PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

HISTORY AND PHILOSPHY OF SCIENCE I (Ions) A course of lectures as for the ordinary degree

Honors candidates are expected to demonstrate broader and more detailed knowledge in both examination and essay than successful candidates. HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE II (ions) Course of lectures as for full-time diploma.

HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE (SCIENCE COURSE) (нons )

An intensive study of topics in the history and philosophy of science to be placed in light of the scientific, historical, and philosophical backgrounds of the students concerned. SCHOOL OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE Candidates must prepare a thesis on an approved subject.

SĆ HOOL OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE Candidates are required to prepare a thesis on an approved subject. They will

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN STUDIES

174. INDIAN STUDIES ' PART I

HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE HOL. Candidates must prepare a thesis on an approved topic. tr. Selected Chapters from the Indian Census Reports of 1951 and 1961, the Constitution of India and the Five Year Plans.

175. INDIAN STUDIES PART II

ØLAN STUDIES (b) Recommended for reference

Option A)—Indian Philosophy (Brahmanic and Buddhist)

176. INDIAN STUDIES PART III

There will be three courses of lectures: one devoted to the study of a modern Indian literature in its wider socio-cultural context with literary texts described in English translation; another on Hindu social theory, together with the study of some archetypal social institutions; the third will be an advanced study of selected schools of Indian philosophy and religion, ancient, medieval and modern. The first course will be compulsory for all; students will have a choice between second and third subjects.

DEPARTMENT OF INDONESIAN AND MALAYAN STUDIES

INDONESIAN STUDIES PART I

Prescribed texts for translation and additional notes on grammar will be provided by the department.

INDONESIAN STUDIES PART II

INDONESIAN STUDIES PART III

Special attention will be given (under heading (e)) to examples of traditional old Malay literature and some old Javanese stories in translation.

DEPARTMENT OF ITALIAN

  • ITALIAN PART I
  • ITALIAN PART II
  • ITALIAN PART III
  • SCHOOL OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE In 1964 Italian part I, Italian part II course A and Italian part II course B, Italian
    • ITALIAN PART I (Ions.)
    • ITALIAN PART II COURSE A (Ions.)
    • ITALIAN' PART II COURSE B (Ions.)
    • ITALIAN PART III LITERATURE (Ions.) A course of six lectures and tutorial assistance throughout the year
  • papers (one on 14th century literature (as for Part III pass) and one on the Honours syllabus). Class tests in unseen translation from and into
    • ITALIAN PART III LANGUAGE (Ions.) A course of two lectures per week throughout the year

External tuition is available in Italian Part I. External students must contact the Head of Department at the beginning of the year. I). In their third year, candidates will take the honors courses Italian Part III Literature and Italian Part III Language.

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART I
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART II
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART III-COURSE A
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART III—COURSE B
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART III — COURSE C
  • GENERAL MATHEMATICS
  • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART I
  • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART II
  • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART III
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART I
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART II (Ions)

It is assumed that students attending this course are familiar with the work prescribed for Pure Mathematics at the matura. Students who studied applied mathematics II. part (passed) in the years before 1962, will not receive point (i) of this syllabus for that subject.

123. PURE MATHEMATICS PART IV

APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART I (See page 137)

APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART II (Ions) A course of three lectures per week throughout the year

  • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART III (Ions) A course of three lectures per week throughout the year

124. APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART IV

MASTER OF ARTS D. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

MUSIC A

MUSIC B

MUSIC C

DEPARTMENT OF ORIENTAL STUDIES

  • CHINESE PART I
  • CHINESE PART II
  • CHINESE PART III
  • CHINESE PART II (Ions) A course of 9 hours per week of lectures and tutorials
  • CHINESE PART III (Ions) A course of 9 hours per week of lectures and tutorials
  • CHINESE PART IV (Available in 1985)
  • EAST ASIAN STUDIES I SYLLАВUS

In exceptional circumstances, permission may be granted by the head of department to continue simultaneously with Chinese II and East Asian Studies I. In the third year, candidates will take Chinese part III together with an additional subject or the third part of the approved major.

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

PHILOSOPHY PART I

A general introduction to philosophy consisting (i) of a study of Plato's Republic, with a closer consideration, in the light of modern references and comparisons, of the aesthetic and political themes presented in the Republic; and (ii) the study of some of the main ideas and principles of logic, with some reference to the theories advanced in the Republic.

173. MODERN Р1 ІLІЅІ?НУ В

  • LOGIC
  • ETHICS
  • POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
  • PROBLEMS OF PHILOSOPHY
  • GREEK PHILOSOPHY
  • MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
  • PHILOSOPHY PART I (Ions)
  • ETHICS (Hops ) A lecture-tutorial course extending throughout the year
  • POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY (Ions) One lecture-tutorial class per week throughout the year

E.—"Defence of Common Sense" in Modern British Philosophy, Series 2. Wittgenstein, L.—The Blue and the Brown Books. The course will consist of a study of certain philosophical themes as presented in the works of representative medieval thinkers, e.g. the problem of universals, the body-soul problem, philosophical proofs of the existence of God, logical theory, theory of cognition.

119. CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY PART I One lecture-discussion class per week throughout the year

120. CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY PART II

121. AESTHETICS A course of one lecture per week throughout the year

122. PHILOSOPHICAL PSYCHOLOGY

MASTER OF ARTS C. SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

MODERN GOVERNMENT B

BOOКS

  • MODERN GOVERNMENT C
  • INTERNATIONAL НELATIONS A
  • International Relations before 1914
  • Problems of International Relations between two world wars
  • Origins of the Cold War
  • Characteristics of Soviet and American foreign policy
  • Contemporary Problems of the Cold- War
  • International Organisation

Wilsonism & the Peace Treaties; League of Nations; insurance, disarming arbitration; pacification and collective security after the political and economic decline of the 1930s; the origins of World War II. Comparative studies of the United Nations and the League of Nations; study of specific United Nations agencies and operations; the changing nature of the United Nations.

69-1. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS B

POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

SCHOOL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

  • MODERN GOVERNMENT B (Ions )
  • MODERN GOVERNMENT C (Ions)
  • INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS A (Ions)
  • POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY (Ions )
  • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (Ions)

As for the ordinary degree. ii) A study of some of the problems facing the underdeveloped countries of Asia. As for the ordinary degree. ii) Detailed reading guides will be published in this thread.

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

Psychology IIIA, Psychopathology

Сrlminоlоgy A, a Group 2 subject, is not included in any major or minor beyond Psychology I, Criminology A.

100. PSYCHOLOGY PART I

Boos

References from specific areas of psychology will be given for lectures, tutorials and exercises. Development of perceptual language, interpersonal relationships, play, intelligence and morality. an introduction to psychoanalytic and field theories of personality development.

103. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

The candidate will be admitted to the Second Year if he has obtained high marks in Psychology part I and has passed in the first three subjects. If part IV is taken as one of the requirements of a combined honors course (q.v.), the thesis must be in a field suitable for the combination.

DEPARTMENT OF RUSSIAN

  • RUSSIAN PART IA
  • RUSSIAN PART I
  • RUSSIAN PART II
  • RUSSIAN PART III

The class work, both oral and written, is taken into account in determining the result of the exam. Prospective students should consult with the head of the Department of Russian Language and Literature before the start of the academic year.

М. SCHOOL OF RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

RUSSIAN PART I (Ions)

A course of lectures as for a full-time degree, together with two additional lectures and additional tutoring assistance, throughout the year. me). As for the regular degree. iii) -Study of set texts. iv) Additional essays and Russian translation.

  • RUSSIAN PART II (Ions)

ESSAYS AND SEMINAR WORK

BOOKS ,

As regards Part III pass, and in addition a 3-hour paper on parts (ii) and (iii) of the syllabus. As for the ordinary degree. ii) Study of prescribed texts. iii) Russian literature up to the middle of the nineteenth century, with special reference to the works of Pushkin.

LITERATURE

DEPARTMENT OF SEMITIC STUDIES

ORDINARY DEGREE

  • HEBREW PART IA
  • HEBREW PART I
  • HEBREW PART II
  • HEBREW PART III
  • ARABIC PART I
  • ARABIC PART II
  • ARABIC PART III
  • BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUITIES PART I A course of three lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the year
  • BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUITIES PART II A course of two lectures and two tutorials per week throughout the year
  • BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUITIES PART III A course of two lectures and two tutorials per week throughout the year
  • MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE PART I A course of two lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the year
  • MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE PART II A course of two lectures and two tutorials per week throughout the year
  • MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE PART III A course of two lectures per week with two tutorials throughout the year

For history and comments, reference is made to the relevant material in the bibliography of the course Biblical Literature and Antiquities Part I. A course of two lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the year. a) The study will cover aspects from the rise of the repeated civilization in the Middle East up to the Persian conquest.

HONOURS DEGREE J. SCHOOL OF SEMITIC STUDIES

In these subjects they are examined at the annual examination at the end of the second year. In the fourth year, candidates take honors courses in two of the following subjects: Hebrew Part IV, Arabic Part IV, Aramaic/Syriac Part IV.

Two papers from each of two of the following

In their second year, candidates will take honors courses in two of the following: Hebrew Part II, Arabic Part II, Aramaic/Syriac Part II, together with the second year continuing course in either Biblical Archeology or Middle Eastern Thought and Culture. , in all subjects that are required to be divided. In their third year, students will take honors courses in two of the following: Hebrew Part III, Arabic Part III, Aramaic/Syriac Part III together with a third year follow-up course in either Biblical Archeology or Thought and The culture of the Middle East, or in Ethiopia.

One paper in each of two of

HEBREW PART I (Ions)

A student who has completed the first year of a full-time degree course and passed Hebrew Part One and Arabic Part One may, with the permission of the Faculty, enter the Honors School. This essay, which must be prepared in the fourth year and submitted before the end of the second semester, forms part of the final examination.

  • HEBREW PART III (Ions)

Options (b) and (c) :- Selection from the Dead Sea Scrolls; Hoda yoth and Habakkuk's commentary; Enoch III.; Mishnah Sanhedrin; Job, 37-42; Isaiah, 40-46; Rashi and kinichi; Midrashim from Jellinek's Beth Ha-Midrash. Options (a) and (c): selection from the Dead Sea Scrolls; Commentary of Hodayóth and Habakkuk; Job, 37-42; Isaiah, 40-46; Maimonides—Hilkhot Talmud Torah; Wallenstein—Some unpublished Piyutim from the Cairo Geniza; Klausner—Biyme Bait Sheni; Mishnah Sanhedrin; Lavie; Baras;.

151. HEBREW PART IV

In addition to the work of the regular class, honors students must choose two of the available options, viz. a) Medieval and Modern Hebrew (b) Post-Biblical Hebrew. Maimondes—Hilkhot Talmud Torah; Wallenstein—Some Unpubi&wd Piyyutim of the Cairo Genizah; Klausner—Biyme Bait Shenł; Rashi and Kimсhi; Enoch III; Mishnah Sanhedrin.

SYLLAВUS

ARABIC PART I (Ions)

External studies are not available. i) Study of Case and Syntax of Classical Arabic. ii) Study of selections from early classical Arabic literature. iii) Outline of Jahiliyyah.

  • ARABIC PART II (Ions )

SYLLABUS

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