Archaeology and Art of Christian and Islamic Egypt

Katherine Burke

Archaeology and Art of Christian and Islamic Egypt

Middle Eastern Studies department

Katherine Burke

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Quarter Taken: Spring 2020 Submitted June 12, 2020 Grade Received: A+

So far, this is one of my favourite classes that I've taken. The class is interesting if you like archaeology and history. There are a lot of readings but you can skim through it and the lecture goes over the important things. The midterm is a short essay and short answer questions, so if you don't like writing, maybe the class is not for you. There is also a final research paper (8 pages) and she helps you through it. I think this is one of those classes that prepare you for grad school.
I have taken all the classes that Professor Burke teaches at this school and if she opens a new class, I would be first in line.

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  • Engaging Lectures
  • Often Funny
  • Would Take Again
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