Hamid Algar, Professor of Near Eastern Studies and Persian Literature. Islamic culture, religion, philosophy; Sufism and the Qur'an. Ph.D. University of Cambridge. email@example.com
Ayla Algar, Lecturer in Turkish. Turkish language and literature, language pedagogy. firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Alter, Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature.
Hebrew literature, modern and biblical. email@example.com
Guitty Azarpay, Professor of Near Eastern studies. Near Eastern Art. Ph.D. University of California. firstname.lastname@example.org
Chava Boyarin, Lecturer in Hebrew. Modern and Biblical Hebrew literature, classics.
Wolfgang Heimpel, Professor of Mesopotamian and Sumerian cultures. Ph.D. University of Heidelberg. email@example.com
Anne D.Kilmer, Professor of Assyriology. Akkadian, Mesopotamian culture, literature and music.
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania. firstname.lastname@example.org
David Larkin, Lecturer in Egyptology.
James Monroe, Professor of Classical Arabic Literature. Hispano-Arabic literature, and comparative literature. Ph.D. Harvard University. email@example.com
Lecturer in Persian. Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley.
Modern Iranian history. Persian language and literature, Iranian Cinema. firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Schwartz, Professor of Iranian Studies. Pre-Islamic Iranian language, culture and Society; Middle Persian and Iranian philology; Zoroastrianism; Manichaeism, Indo-European, poetics and Semitics. email@example.com
Muhammad Siddiq, Professor of Arabic Literature. Comparative Literature.
Arabic and Hebrew literature. firstname.lastname@example.org
David Stronach, Professor of the Near Eastern art and archaeology. M.A. Cambridge University.
(510-527-8663; 4410 Kains). email@example.com