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Naomi Sokoloff (Near Eastern Languages & Civilization)


Sokoloff, Naomi (Near Eastern Languages & Civilization)

Naomi Sokoloff (Near Eastern Languages & Civilization)
Office: Denny 220C, Box 353120
Phone: 206-543-7145
Email: naosok@uw.edu

Naomi Sokoloff is a Professor in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization and the Department of Comparative Literature, Cinema and Media at the University of Washington. Her primary field is Modern Jewish Literature, with special emphasis on Hebrew. She also teaches courses on World Literature and the Nobel Prize, Autobiography, poetry and prayer, and literary responses to the Holocaust. For Honors she teaches an interdisciplinary writing seminar called "Seattle: Reading and Writing the City." Her most recent book is What We Talk About When We Talk About Hebrew (And What It Means to Americans), co-edited with Nancy E. Berg and published by UW Press in 2018. Professor Sokoloff completed her PhD at Princeton University.

Instructor's Honors Course History

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Course Title
Yr
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SLN
Details
HONORS 345 A Seattle: Reading and Writing the City 2019 2 14987 View »
HONORS 345 A Seattle: Reading and Writing the City 2017 2 14942 View »
HONORS 345 A Seattle: Reading and Writing in the City 2016 2 20894 View »
Honors 212 A Seattle: Reading and Writing the City 2014 2 14694 View »
H A&S 262A Israeli Literature and Culture 2004 1 4222 View »

 

 

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