You live in New Haven (Connecticut) and/or do you want to study Turkish Language or Near Eastern History at the University of Yale abroad.
Yale University, Connecticut, USA
- Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
- Turkish Courses
The Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations offered the first formal program of study in Near Eastern languages in the United States. Early department faculty, such as Edward Salisbury, produced the first American scholarly studies on Arabic and Islam, cuneiform studies, and Semitic epigraphy, and founded and edited the first professional journal in America devoted to Oriental Studies.
Turkish Courses at Yale University
Elementary Modern Turkish I+II.
Development of a basic knowledge of modern Turkish, with emphasis on grammatical analysis, vocabulary acquisition, and reading and writing skills.
Intermediate Turkish I+II.
Continued study of modern Turkish, with emphasis on advanced syntax, vocabulary acquisition, and the beginnings of free oral and written expression.
Advanced Turkish I + II
An advanced language course focused on improving students' reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills in modern Turkish. Extensive study of vocabulary and idiomatic expressions. Readings from genres including academic articles, critical essays, literature, newspaper articles, and formal business writing. Screening of films, documentaries, and news broadcasts.
Contact adress: Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations
Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations
P.O. Box 208236
New Haven, CT 06520-8236
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