Introduction to Oriental Languages and Literature [ LGLOR1413 ]


7.0 crédits ECTS  60.0 h   2q 

Teacher(s) Obsomer Claude (coordinator) ; Schmidt Andrea Barbara ; De Callatay Godefroid ; den Heijer Johannes ; Vielle Christophe ; Coulie Bernard ; Haelewyck Jean-Claude ; Tavernier Jan ;
Language French
Place
of the course
Louvain-la-Neuve
Prerequisites

None

Main themes

Oriental studies are here primarily regarded as a discipline with its own historiography as well as with its peculiar epistemological and methodological approach. Next, they are considered in relation with the main areas of studies (linguistic, philological, literary) as they are investigated and specifically taught at the Oriental Institute.

Aims

By the end of the course, students will have acquired a detailed overview of the full range of Oriental studies, enabling them to decide what to specialize in later on in their bachelor program.

The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.

Content The course provides an introduction to the following fields: epistemology and methodology of Oriental studies; Indo-European comparativism; Semitic comparativism; Egyptology; Assyriology, Anatolian studies; Christian Oriental studies (Armenian, Georgian, Aramaean/Syriac, Coptic, Aethiopian, and Arabic); Byzantine studies; Slavistics; Arab-Muslim studies; Indology and Asian studies. Depending on the field concerned, emphasis is put on linguistics, philology or literature.
Other information

Evaluation and certification by way of a written (multiple choice) exam, along with a short essay based on bibliographical investigation and readings in relation with one part of the course.

Cycle et année
d'étude
> Bachelor in Ancient Languages and Literatures: Oriental Studies
> Bachelor in Law
> Bachelor in Ancient and Modern Languages and Literatures
> Bachelor in Information and Communication
> Bachelor in Philosophy
> Bachelor in Modern Languages and Literatures: German, Dutch and English
> Bachelor in Psychology and Education: General
> Bachelor in Economics and Management
> Bachelor in French and Romance Languages and Literatures : General
> Bachelor in Motor skills : General
> Bachelor in Human and Social Sciences
> Bachelor in Sociology and Anthropology
> Bachelor in Modern Languages and Literatures : General
> Bachelor in Political Sciences: General
> Bachelor in History of Art and Archaeology : General
> Bachelor in Mathematics
> Bachelor in History
> Bachelor in Biomedicine
> Bachelor in Pharmacy
> Bachelor in Religious Studies
> Bachelor in Ancient languages and Literatures : Classics
> Preparotory Year for Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures: Oriental Studies
Faculty or entity
in charge
> GLOR


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