ARB 335 - Contemporary Egyptian Society: Changes in Egyptian Society from 1950 to the Present
Contemporary Egyptian Society is a one semester course, designed for students with the equivalent of two years study of Arabic. This course will explore the cultural history of modern Egypt. Through the study of politics, religion, art, language, and culture, the course will concentrate on societal changes that have occurred in Egypt during the last fifty years and the challenges that remain. The course is conducted entirely in Arabic.
Satisfies a minor requirement in Arabic.
Satisfies the cultural diversity requirement.
Counts toward the Asian Studies Interdisciplinary Minor, the Middle East Studies interdisciplinary minor, the International Studies Interdisciplinary Minor (Middle East sections), and Communication Studies Interdisciplinary Minor.
Satisfies a Liberal Studies distribution requirement.
Prerequisites & Notes
ARB 202 or permission of instructor.
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