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Course Description

In this course students will learn the history of the Moorish Empire in Europe. Students will also be taught that the Moors controlled the spice trade between the 700s and 1300s. Finally, students will learn that the Europeans came to world power by defeating the Moors.

Formerly this course, taught how to increase vocabulary by learning the meanings of prefixes, suffixes, and root words. Although, Etymology is derived from the Greek words “etym” meaning history/origin and “log” meaning word the course taught the origin of words from a cultural (Moorish) perspective. Moreover, students learned how to study words in their original historical context.

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Section Title
Etymology
Type
Discussion
Days
M
Time
7:00PM to 8:30PM
Dates
Oct 01, 2018 to Dec 03, 2018
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
15.0
Location
Course Fee(s)
Course Fee non-credit $35.00
Section Notes

 

Instructors: Abdullah El Talib Mosi Bey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Glassboro State College and a Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Social Work. 

Robert S. Wilkins is a life-long PASCEP student and has served as a class assistant for several years. He has studied Etymology under Abdullah El Talib Mosi Bey since 2007 and has travelled the East Coast assisting with lectures, guest appearances, shows and research in the fields of Linguistics and Etymology.

Section Title
Moors History and Etymology
Type
Discussion
Days
M
Time
7:00PM to 8:30PM
Dates
Jan 28, 2019 to Apr 08, 2019
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
16.5
Location
Course Fee(s)
Course Fee non-credit $35.00
Section Notes

 

Instructors: Abdullah El Talib Mosi Bey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Glassboro State College and a Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Social Work. 

Robert S. Wilkins is a life-long PASCEP student and has served as a class assistant for several years. He has studied Etymology under Abdullah El Talib Mosi Bey since 2007 and has travelled the East Coast assisting with lectures, guest appearances, shows and research in the fields of Linguistics and Etymology.