It is believed to be the only one of its kind currently offered in higher education worldwide. All students in the course have had at least two years of prior study in their core language. Roginsky, a native of Israel, and Al Ani, who grew up in Iraq, said that the idea for the course began during lunch conversations about their teaching and Yale classes, as well as the similarities between their native languages. Al Ani and Roginsky spent some three years developing the course, identifying materials and weekly themes, and planning cultural events that would interest students. In addition, the class features a visit to the Beinecke Library to explore the Arabic calligraphy collection and the decorated Jewish Ketubah collection. In addition, they attend a Hebrew-Arabic table and mandatory cultural events during the term.
He will be available for consultations with veterans or their family members on Veterans Benefits and Veterans Programs. Story hour: Cushman Library at 28 Church St. Each gathering features thematic stories, craft and snack. Participants each working on their own projects, are welcome to enjoy the company of others while everyone works toward completing their individual projects. Rebecca Lawlor offers her expertise and experience as instructor. Grief Support: Two new adult grief support groups, one for suicide loss, and one for men who are grieving, has started at Brattleboro Area Hospice.
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