Agenda

Atrium Maximum
“Alte Mensa” Johann-Joachim-Becher-Weg 3-9

actual list of speakers (12.05.2015)

James AITKEN (Cambridge UK)   
Maria Giulia AMADASI GUZZO (Rome)  Remarks on orthography and phonology of Late-Punic
Wolfgang BEHR (Zürich)  
Samuel BLAPP (Cambridge)  Ways of Classifying Hebrew Bible Manuscripts with Non-Standard Tiberian Vocalisation from the Cairo Genizah.
Anna BORTZ (JGU Mainz)  
Walter BÜHRER (RUB Bochum, D)  "'Und er sandte... Und er schrieb...' wayyiqtol als Plusquamperfekt?"
Alex DE VOOGT (Washington)  Nubian texts written in Arabic.
Nathan James FORD 
(Bar Ilan University, Israel)
 “Babylonian Syriac: The Language of the Syriac Incantation Bowls”
Augustinus GIANTO 
(Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome)
 "Evidence for evidentiality in Biblical Hebrew"
Viktor GOLINETS 
(Jüdische Hochschule Heidelberg)
 The Interchange of the Prepositions ב and מ in the Hebrew Bible.
Timothy HOGUE (UCLA, USA)  Decalogue Exodus 20 and various Northwest Semitic monumental inscriptions (project description)
Robert HOLMSTEDT 
(University of Toronto, CA)
 Apposition Strategies and Functions in Biblical Hebrew / Interruptive Syntax—Exclamations and Parentheses in Biblical Hebrew.
Robert Martin KERR (NL)  "Quo pervenisti facies Balis?"
Reinhard G. LEHMANN (JGU Mainz)  “Hand’s End!”. Calligraphic verve & final downstroke pizzazz. On the emergence of final letters in West Semitic writing
André LEMAIRE (EPHE Paris)  L'apprentissage de l'écriture dans le monde ouest-sémitique ancien.
Marilyn LUNDBERG (UCLA, USA)  Inscriptifact /NWSRP
Emmanuel MASTEY 
(Ben-Gurion University, Israel)
 The Philistine Monopoly in the Translators’ Eyes: A Close Look at the Hebrew Text and Translations of 1 Samuel 13:19-21
Anat MENDEL 
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
 Epigraphic Lists from Ancient Israel and Its Neighbors: Scribes, Students and Other Writers
Cynthia MILLER-NAUDÉ 
(Blomfontain, South Africa)
 
Shem MILLER (Mississippi, USA)  The role of orality in the writing circumstances of stichographic poetry: The background of "ad hoc" layouts and spacing techniques in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Noam MIZRAHI (Tel Aviv University, Israel)  The Shift from Hebrew to Aramaic Script When Copying Scriptural Texts: Linguistic and Historical Aspects
Uri MOR (Ben-Gurion University, Israel)  Prepositional predicates with nominalized subjects in Classical Hebrew
Paul MOSCA (Vancouver, CA)
 
Alexander MÜLLER (Bern, CH)  
Na’ama PAT-EL (Austin, USA)  
Annick PAYNE (Zürich, CH)  Anatolian Hieroglyphic Paelaeography
Andrew R. POTTORF  Neo-Philistine Script Dependencies on the Old Hebrew, Phoenician, and Aramaic Script Traditions: Decentralization and the Lack of a Deliberate Vernacularization
Nili SAMET (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)  Toward a Description of LBH Syntax: The Case of Ecclesiastes 1−2
Aaron SCHADE / John GEE 
(Brigham Young University, Hawai)
 Optative Verb Forms in Phoenician and Luwian Inscriptions
Phil SCHMITZ
(Eastern Michigan University, USA)
 A Rescue Oracle in the Phoenician Inscription from Incirli: Epigraphic Evidence of a Prophetic Form
Bill SCHNIEDEWIND (UCLA, USA)  An Unpublished Iron I Ostracon from Jaffa and the Problem of the Early Iron Age Linear Alphabet
Gordian SCHREIBER (RUB Bochum, D)  Hentai Kanbun
Mark SMITH (NYU, USA)  
Peter STEIN (FSUn Jena, D)  Writing alphabets on wooden sticks: Scribal education in Ancient South Arabia.

Annette STEUDEL
(Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, D)

 
Benjamin SUCHARD (Leiden, NL)  Lamed-he verbs and the contraction of triphthongs
Aldo TOLLINI 
(Uni “Ca’ Foscari”, Venice, Italy)
Writing strategies in Japan: forms of written language (buntai) and form of characters.
Gerrit VAN DER KOOIJ (Leiden)  (In-)formality in early NW-Semitic alphabetic scripts.
Eulalia VERNET PONS (Barcelona)  Das Trigramm YHW / YHH der Papyri und Ostraka aus Elephantine: Etymologische Bemerkungen zum Namen Gottes
Mariona VERNET (Barcelona)  Die Präsenz der Karer in Philistia und Kanaan: neue Untersuchungen
Gordon WHITTAKER
(Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, D)
 Shorthand aspects of Aztec writing
Aren WILSON-WRIGHT (Austin, USA)  A Star is Born: On the Etymology of *ˤAṯtar- and *ˤAṯtart-
Anna ZERNECKE (JGU Mainz)  "What's in a name?"

  

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