A Universal Art. Hebrew Grammar Across Disciplines and Faiths is a collection of articles on pre-modern Jewish and Christian approaches to Hebrew linguistics and the transmission of grammatical knowledge between cultures, religions and disciplines.
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Nadia Vidro, PhD (2009), is a research associate at the University College London. She has published two monographs and articles on the Karaite grammatical tradition, includingA Medieval Karaite Pedagogical Grammar of Hebrew: A Critical Edition and English Translation ofKitab al-?Uqud fi Ta?arif al-Luga al-?Ibraniyya (Brill, 2013).Irene E. Zwiep, PhD (1995), holds the chair of Hebrew and Jewish Studies at the University of Amsterdam. Focusing on intellectual history, her research interests include medieval and early modern Hebrew linguistic thought, Jewish Enlightenment and the early Wissenschaft des Judentums.Judith Olszowy-Schlanger, PhD (1995), holds the chair of Hebrew Manuscript Studies, at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris. Her main research interests and publications concern Hebrew palaeography and diplomatics as well as Hebrew grammatical thought, both among Karaites and medieval Christian Hebraists.
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Book Description Brill, Netherlands, 2014. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. A Universal Art. Hebrew Grammar Across Disciplines and Faiths reflects on medieval and early modern Hebrew linguistics as a discipline that crossed geographic and religious borders and linked up with a plethora of scholarly activities, from Judaeo-Arabic Bible translations to the Renaissance search for the holiest alphabet. This collection of articles presents a cross-section of new research avenues on Hebraism, Karaite, Rabbanite and Christian, with an emphasis on the transmission of linguistic ideas through time and space among different communities, cultures and religious currents. The resulting picture is one of intrinsic variation and dynamic growth as opposed to the linear paradigm of development, culmination and stagnation current in the historiography of Hebrew linguistics. Bookseller Inventory # BTE9789004277045
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