You live in Ohio and/or do you want to study a Turkish Language or Arabic Languages and Culture at the Ohio State University abroad.
Ohio State University, USA
- Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
- Turkish Courses
- Middle East Studies Center
Founded in 1979, the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (NELC) offers instruction in a number of Near Eastern languages, literatures, and cultures, including Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish, as well as in basic Hindi, Urdu, and Uzbek language. In addition, a number of pre-modern and ancient Near Eastern languages are taught, among them Akkadian, Classical Arabic, Aramaic, Classical Egyptian, Biblical Hebrew, Phoenician, Syriac, Ottoman Turkish, and Ugaritic.
Turkish Language and Ottoman Programme
Course Elementary Turkish I
Introduction to Turkish; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
Course Elementary Turkish II
Further development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
Elementary Turkish III
Development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills; reading of simplified literary texts about Turkish culture.
enrollment or EM credit. This course is available for EM credit. GEC for lang course.
Intermediate Turkish I
Reading of Turkish short stories and poems with attention to literary and cultural appreciation; development of basic language skills.
Intermediate Turkish II
Extensive reading from literary texts, with practice in conversation and composition.
The study of nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary texts, with advanced composition and translation.
An introduction to Turkish culture through reading of literature and criticism, and listening and viewing of films, slides, and performances arranged for the class.
An introduction to the literature, forms of thought, and institutions of Turkish Sufism.
Turkish Literature in Translation
A study of Turkish literature and the history of its discourses, genres, and styles.
Ottoman Orthography, Conventions, and Style
Usage and syntax in the old Turkish script, 14th through 20th centuries.
Classical Turkish Poetry
Reading and analysis of Turkish poetry of the 13th through 18th centuries; Turkish metrics and literary theory.
Travels in Turkey
Turkish culture seen through the eyes of travellers writing in English.
Modern Turkish Poetry and Prose
Selected topics in poetry and prose of the 20th century; conducted in Turkish.
Studies in Turkish and Ottoman Literature and Criticism
Movements, authors, and critical schools of Turkish and Ottoman poetry and prose.
Seminar in Turkish and Ottoman Studies G 5
Intensive study of a specific topic of literary and intellectual culture; preparation of final
Contact Adress of Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures :
University of Ohio
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
300 Hagerty Hall
1775 College Road Columbus
Tel. : 614-292-9255