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    The American Language — Supplement One. The American Language — Supplement Two. McDavid Jr with the assistance of David W. Midrash Rabba on the Torah and the five scrolls, compiled between the fifth and the eleventh centuries Wantok Niuspepa 24 8 August. The University of Chicago Press. Miller, Roy Andrew In Defence of Japanese.

    Favorite Folk, Art and Theatre Songs. Transactions of the Philological Society: Pidgin and Creole Linguistics. Krems, Austria, June Department of Linguistics, University of Texas, pp. Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich Nelson, Andrew Nathaniel Rutland Vermont — Tokyo: Paper presented at Morphologica , Vienna, Austria, 28 February New Testament — see Holy Bible. The Open University of Israel. Jewish Book Annual Revised edition and the first published in England; 1st Edition: Revell Oertel, Johann Gottfried Orientis et Occidentis speciatimque Hungaricae cum Hebraea.

    A Dictionary of Forgotten Words. Journal of Semitic Studies 7: Sprogvidenskaben i det Nittende Aarhundrede: Metoder og Resultater Linguistics in the Nineteenth Century: The Discovery of Language, , Bloomington [Dan.

    Constraint Interaction in Generative Grammar. Problems in Chinese Education. Studia Uralica Upsaliensia Smith preface , London: Secker and Warburg, pp.

    The Languages of China. Estonia and the Estonians. A Short History of Linguistics. Oxford — Cambridge Massachusetts: HaRefuah xxiv 15 January HaRefuah xxvi Booklet 2, 16 January The Joys of Yiddish. Introduction to Estonian Linguistics. Saddan, Dov born Stock Linguistic Circle of New York, pp. New Guinea 2 2: In Praise of Yiddish. Translation of an Arabic article on the Bedouins.

    HaZevi 22 Sivan h. Course in General Linguistics. Saussure, Ferdinand de Scholze-Stubenrecht, Werner and John B. The Oxford-Duden German Dictionary. Selected Writings on Pidgins and Creoles, T. Sermoneta eds , Judeo-Romance Languages, Jerusalem, Schwarzwald Rodrigue , Ora The Syntax of Words. Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor eds.

    The [Israel] Government Year-Book The Oxford English Dictionary. Leshonenu La'am 13 Leshonenu La'am 33 3: Ben-Avi [I] Sivan, Reuben b. This article is different from Slouschz [I] Slouschz, Nahum The Great Polish-English Dictionary. Mouton de Gruyter, Madang Papua New Guinea: A Century of Yiddish in America.

    The University of Alabama Press. Tokyo University Press, pp. From Etymology to Pragmatics: Metaphorical and Cultural Aspects of Semantic Structure. Halevi vocalization and comments. AD , written by the Amoraim in Palestine The Law, the Prophets and the Writings c. Essays in Honor of Santiago A.

    Fonacier on his Ninety-second Birthday 1, Bonifacio P. Taylor, Douglas MacRae Languages of the West Indies. Canadian Slavonic Papers London — New York: Thomason, Sarah Grey and Terrence Kaufman Language Contact, Creolization, and Genetic Linguistics.

    Berkeley — Los Angeles — Oxford: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Moses Samuel Zuckermandel ed. Ktav [H] Toury, Gideon A Dictionary of Grammatical Terms in Linguistics. Trask, Robert Larry London — New York — Sydney — Auckland: Trench, Richard Chenevix English, Past and Present: Paper presented at the University of Oxford.

    Leshonenu La'am 2 7: The Revival of the Hebrew Language. Unger, James Marshall The Fifth Generation Fallacy: Studies in Japanese Culture 45 4: Literacy and Script Reform in Occupational Japan: Reading between the Lines.

    Valesco de Taranta Valescus of Tarentum Philonium pharmaceuticum et chirurgicum de medendis omnibus cum internis, tum externis humani corporis affectibus. State University of New York Press. Lagaly eds , Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, Vilnay, Zev born Vilensky A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic.

    The Hague — Paris: Leshonenu La'am 27 The Schizoid Nature of Modern Hebrew: International Journal of the Sociology of Language The Oxford Russian Dictionary. The Penguin Book of Exotic Words. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Whorf, Benjamin Lee Originally written in Williams, Edwin A Grammar of the Arabic Language.

    Shanghai Communication University Press. Bulletin of National Taiwan Normal University Jerusalem — Tel Aviv. Vocabolario della Lingua Italiana. Leshonenu La'am 47 2: Schur eds , Moscow: Sefer, Russian Academy of Science, pp. International Journal of Lexicography DPhil Thesis, University of Oxford. The Lexical Influence of Yiddish on Israeli. The Journal for Recreational Linguistics Zukofsky, Celia Thaew and Louis Zukofsky trans.

    Hardback, pages, mm x mm, ISBN: Si attiene in modo particolare al contesto storico odierno sia della globalizzazione e sia dei rapporti di reciproca influenza linguistica mondiale. Matisoff, Dipartimento di Linguistica, Universita' della California, Berkeley "Il volume e' estremamente impressionante.

    Zuckermann dimostra una maestria sia in lessicografia europea che in quella ebraica. Sviluppando una struttura basata su un'analisi rigorosa, offre molte etimologie dettagliate di vocaboli ed espressioni , come pure fornisce una posizione ben specifica su temi di alto valore. Non credo che esista un'universita' italiana che non lo inserisca negli scaffali della sua biblioteca perche' e' effettivamente un patrimonio culturale obbligatorio e - come gli altri lavori del Professor Zuckermann - e' molto approfondito, fondamentale originale e scritto in modo affascinante per tutti, e specialmente per i linguisti ed i filologi.

    This volume is divided into ten chapters and two parts: In all HEC languages except Sidaama, negation is indicated by negative suffixes on verbal or non-verbal predicates. In Sidaama, the negative morpheme is a proclitic, the host of which is not necessarily the predicate.

    After a short typological profile of the HEC languages sketched in section 2, section 3 shows which negative morphemes are used in which clause types. The subsequent sections 3. The negation of converb clauses is examined in section 3. Relative clause negation is dealt with in section 3. A short excursus on the means of negating verbal nouns is found in section 3. In section 4, the division of labour of the negative morphemes in the individual HEC languages is compared and diachronic issues are addressed.

    Section 5 discusses how the analysis of negation can contribute to our understanding of the internal relationships in HEC. These Berber reconstructions are probably not without influence on our understanding of remaining elements of ancient stages still maintained in other Afroasiatic branches, and, in general, of structural features that are supposed to be proto-Afroasiatic, as well as of the evolution this family has undergone.

    Now, how do the proto-Afroasiatic and its evolution appear at the point where Berber reconstructions are available? For reasons of clarity and to lay out some steps to facilitate productive discussions, I would like to answer this question in the form of a set of concise points. The leading semantic account on constructs, namely the one which treats constructs as individuals of type e , here referred to as the Individual approach, succeeds in accounting for the ban on the definite determiner semantically.

    However, it encounters fundamental difficulties with constructs composing with adjectives. The chapter shows that these are difficulties which the predicate approach easily overcomes. However, establishing that constructs are predicates and abandoning the individual approach leave a supporter of the predicate approach with the task of explaining the ban on the definite determiner without resorting to type mismatch.

    To resolve this, and following a phrasal movement of a projection containing both Head and Non-Head to SpecD for definite phrases and Spec for indefinite phrases, this chapter proposes an explanation on the ban on the occurrence of definite determiners on the head of a construct by the unavailability of a head noun in D that allows the determiner to be realised.

    According to the Babylonian Talmud Megila 3a , this translation is attributed to Onqelos the Convert. According to research, however, the identity, time, and place of the translation are not definite. He converted to Judaism in the early second century AD. While the majority believe that each translation was made by a different individual, a minority claim that one individual made both translations. Targum Onqelos is a literal-semantic translation of the majority of Pentateuch verses, closely adhering to the Hebrew text without deviations, additions, or omissions.

    This Chapter discusses three types of Pentateuch verses for which the Targum Onqelos deviates from the typical literal mode of translation.

    CHAPTER 6, Addressing Strangers in Riyadh, proposes that when addressing an adult Saudi male stranger, the terms that are used depend on the sex of the speaker, his age and the situation surrounding the interaction.

    In normal situations, where the address mode is formal, male speakers across all age groups usually use the terms ax brother, and its derivatives and ash-shaix sheikh for the function of addressing adult males.

    This difference between adults and teenagers may indicate an increased level of politeness that comes as one ages and as one becomes more exposed to different types of addressee. However, this variation could also be the beginning of a shift in what is perceived as polite in the Riyadh society. Working females and housewives usually use the terms axu-i my brother and walad boy, especially with younger males while younger females usually use axu-i my brother and law samaht excuse me.

    In situations marked with anger or annoyance male speakers usually use the term abu ash-shabab father of youths but may prefer the terms axu-i my brother and abu-i my father if they want to maintain a polite demeanor. Terms like walad boy and hih or hoh hey you , however, are considered extremely impolite if used to address adult male strangers by other males.

    Based on linguistic evidence, analysis is carried out to delineate the similarities and differences between the three concepts.

    The results demonstrate similarities in how ordinary native English speakers, Muslim Arabs, and native Israeli speakers categorize these beings, as well as what they think about their number, nature, and relation with people. Differences emerge when discussing where these beings live, whether or not there is a hierarchy among them, what they look like or how they are visualized, and how they are different from human beings.

    One of the implications of this chapter is the limit of translation. The aim of the chapter is to present new etymologies in addition to those Omotic lexemes whose etymologies have already been demonstrated by other authors. The numeration of the lexical entries is continuous beginning from the very first paper II: Cambridge Scholars Publication Date: Language, Religion and Identity more.

    Religion , Languages and Linguistics , and Sociolinguistics edit. Gitit Holzman and Ghil'ad Zuckermann more. This paper proposes the enactment of an ex gratia compensation scheme for loss of Indigenous languages in Australia. Although some Australian states have enacted ex gratia compensation schemes for the victims of the Stolen Generation Existing grant schemes to support Aboriginal languages are inadequate, and they should be complemented with compensation schemes, which are based on a claim of right.

    The proposed compensation scheme for the loss of Aboriginal languages should support the effort to reclaim and revive the lost languages. We first outline the history of linguicide during colonisation in Australia. We then put a case for reviving lost Aboriginal languages by highlighting the benefits of language revival.

    Australian Aboriginal Studies Publication Date: How dying languages kill multiculturalism more. How dying languages kill multiculturalism 19 MAR , 4: Professor Ghil'ad Zuckermann says that language plays a lead role in people's identity, cultural autonomy, and even their wellbeing and mental health, and should be seen as something that brings Australians together.

    Most children speak the language, but it may be restricted to certain domains e. Children no longer learn the language as mother tongue in their home. Language is spoken by grandparents and older generations; while the parent generation may understand it, they do not speak it to children or among themselves. The youngest speakers are grandparents and older people, and they speak the language partially and infrequently. Professor Zuckermann says that cultural harmony happens because of language diversity, not in spite of it.

    Language revival empowers them, reinforces their sense of purpose in life and is liberating. The death of language is the death of the soul. This was before British colonisation. An alarming 93 per cent of indigenous languages are dying or have already died. By revitalising indigenous languages not only will we help mend faults of the past but we will be facilitating social progress by creating a greater collective understanding between non-indigenous and indigenous Australians.

    Some of these languages are critically endangered and some have already undergone extinction. Every Australian deserves to express themselves through their culture and language, to be empowered and proud. Therefore, we must prioritise this issue, for the happily ever after Australia deserves.

    Georgina Flaherty, 12, is a Year 12 student in Adelaide. She recently did a research project about critically endangered indigenous languages and bilingual education. She was also visited the Tiwi Islands with my school last year. Indigenous or Aboriginal Studies and Language revitalization edit. The Case of Hebrew, vs Chinese and Japanese. Lingue, popoli e culture. An older Aussie girl rebuked him: I thought to myself that I should try to demonstrate that Israelis already sort-of-know English and that English-speakers already sort-of-know Israeli.

    The sentences below would thus be of interest to pupils and teachers alike, not only because its specific mnemonics could be used in language classes, but also — more generally — because 1 the bilingual homophonous mnemonic technique can be used to create new mnemonics either by pupils or by teachers, and also 2 the sentences champion the use of unconventional methods in teaching a foreign language, be it recreational linguistics, be it music….

    One should consider a basic in lexical cognitive science: We tend to learn and remember weird things before non-weird things. This is why many of the following mnemonics work well. Here is my list, consisting of mnemonics. Oh hell, the TENT is leaking again! An OX is walking along the shore. This BOOK is safer. Don't play the ROLE of the tough kid too much, it will exhaust you. Give all the flower, not just the STEM.

    Amazingly, she dug out a FISH in her garden. Get into the car, it's COLD outside. Laugh, laugh; he is a NERD! Do you ALSO like to chew gum? I have to send you off, Noa. Would you like the coffee in a mug, bear or in a cup?

    He charges her a fortune just to get some blonde lines Beer-cut Amazon is saying the grace after the meal Don't RACK your mind in void. A sheer luck made him RICH. His coiffure demonstrates mass recklessness: The women had a hen party. THEY enjoyed it a lot. Similes in Vietnamese more. Vietnam Social Sciences 4 With Nguyen Thuy Nga. The case of Hebrew, vs Chinese and Japanese. Onomastics in the Contemporary Public Space. Published in China on 19 October Stupid as a Coin: Meaning and Rhyming Similes in Vietnamese more.

    Meaning and rhyming similes in Vietnamese Thuy Nga Vietnamese similes can be classified into two types: Meaning Similes and Rhyming Similes.

    This paper analyses and compares their structure and their semantic and phonetic requirements. Structural Aspects of Language Change. Some lexical and morphological changes in Warlpiri. Studies in language contraction and death, pp. Lexical innovation and loss: The use and value of restricted Hungarian. Life with two language: An introduction to bilingualism. The analysis of linguistic borrowing.

    A study in bilingual behaviour. The rise and fall of an immigrant language: Dynamics of syncretic language in central Mexico. University of Arizona Press. Case usage among the Pennsylvania German sectarians and non-sectarians. Nahuatl in the middle years: Language contact phenomena in Texts of the Colonial Period. The Romanic Review, 9, — Language contaction and linguistic change: The case of Welland French.

    Grammatical structure in code switching. Four element proverbs in modern Vietnamese. Social Science Publishing House. The social correlates and linguistic processes of lexical borrowing and assimilation. Language contact, creolization and genetic linguistics. Language contact and lexical enrichment in Israeli Hebrew. International Journal of Language Studies 6. Each page in Tanakh RAM has two columns: In , 14 booklets of the specific chapters according to the national syllabus were published for Primary pupils and High School students but the endeavor was met with harsh opposition.

    Polish, Russian, Ladino and Ara-bic, as well. Resulting, he said, in a form of deification of the State. Noted Jewish philosopher and historian Gershom Scholem believes this practice of stripping words of their spiritual context, is something of a smoking volcano that could back-fire one day, when the dormant Hebrew meaning is revived.

    Language reclamation One impression gained from attending Prof. I saw in him a genuine love for the people groups he works with and a real concern to raise their self-esteem and standing in society by restoring pride in their identity through language.

    The run on effects and utilitarian benefits to a people group through the revival of their native language are myriad. He is presently involved in the revival and reclamation of three of the Aboriginal languages, only 18 of which are still alive with children being native speakers.

    I learned with interest that there originally existed in Australia some Aboriginal languages. Since they survived the loss of their land but their language, if only in written form, was retained to live again another day. Susette McLachlan is a Christchurch based educator and writer. Of the languages The rest are what I like to call "sleeping beauties" - and if we do not take action they could be lost forever.

    With globalisation, homogenisation and Coca-colonisation there will be more and more groups all over the world added to the forlorn club of the lost-heritage peoples. I think it does. Most people understand the importance of saving the Tasmanian devil or Sumatran tiger, so surely it is equally important to reclaim the languages of the indigenous people of these same areas. The benefits include social justice, diversity, wellbeing and employability among others.

    There are precedents for reviving languages. The Hebrew revival movement turned a historical sacred language into the national language of Israel with millions of native speakers, including myself. Language reclamation will become increasingly relevant as people seek to recover their cultural autonomy, empower their spiritual and intellectual sovereignty, and improve their mental health.

    In fact, I would argue that the loss of language is more severe than the loss of land. While the land remains, when a language is lost so too is cultural autonomy. Governments are likely to come under increasing pressure to compensate indigenous peoples for this loss. Take Australia, for example. Linguistically, Australia has been turned into the "unlucky country" through the historical processes of linguicide language killing and glottophagy language eating , starting from the early colonial period.

    In , South Australian colonist Anthony Forster said: Te reo Maori has the advantage that it never died, despite linguicide efforts of the colonial government.

    Today, te reo, a repository of endangered outlooks, is a relative success story. It is one of the country's two official languages alongside the New Zealand Sign Language English is only a de facto language. Te reo is supported by the Maori Language Commission and the Wai claim, which lays out explicit steps to protect the language. But we cannot be complacent.

    The percentage of native Maori speakers is extremely low, particularly among children, and Maori remains a seriously endangered language. For these reasons, it would be rectifying historical justice to turn Oceania into the world's centre for language revitalisation and for the new field that I am at present establishing at the University of Adelaide: There is an urgent need to produce linguistic and socio-linguistic insights relevant to language reclamation.

    An awareness of the universal linguistic constraints applicable to all revival attempts, regardless of social circumstances, would help revivalists and indigenous community leaders to work more efficiently; for example, to focus more on basic vocabulary and verbal conjugations than on sounds and word order.

    Revival linguistics would assist language revivalists in understanding that the process is as important as the end goal from the point of view of indigenous empowerment and wellbeing.

    All languages evolve, and it is a myth to assume there is a pure and authentic tongue. Experience shows that any successful attempt to reclaim a hibernating language will result in a hybrid that combines components from the revivalists' and documenters' mother tongues as well as the target language. Some communities might want only to change the "linguistic landscape" of their town for example, erecting bilingual signs ; others may want to conduct cultural rituals in their language; yet others may want to aim for an all-encompassing native-speaking community that converses in the revived language in all semantic domains.

    In all cases it is for the indigenous people, not for the linguist, to decide. These are among the basic principles that the revival linguist encourages in indigenous communities: Foreignness and poverty in the Book of Ruth: Oxen can plow, but women can ruminate: Eve, "Paradise Lost", and female interpretation. Redeemed by his love?

    The characterization of Shechem in Genesis De Sousa, Rodrigo Franklin. The Deuteronomic "Pretty Woman" law: Welcome back, daughter of Zion! Feminist approaches to the Hebrew Bible. Reclaiming the Hebrew Bible for women: The widow in the Bible and in Ancient Egypt. La femme comme agent de la "gueoula" dans le "Tanakh". Queen mothers and matriarchs: Ein Widerspruch zwischen Theorie und Praxis: The myth of birthing the hero: A closer look at the pig in Proverbs xi What is this that you have done?

    Solomon and the two prostitutes. Scholars, witches, ideologues, and what the text said: Family metaphors and social conflicts in Hosea. The strange woman in Persian Yehud: Queen mothers and ancestors cult in Judah in the First Temple period. Prescripciones rituales sobre la impureza sexual de la mujer: The titles of the "secondary" wives in Genesis and Jubilees: Ruth and Tamar als fremde Frauen in dem davidischen Stammbaum.

    Explorations on the theme of female characterisation in the Hebrew Bible. Hellenizing women in the biblical tradition: Constructing a new type of Jewish woman: The Song of Songs: The grammar of social gender in biblical Hebrew. Der Fetus ist ein Glied seiner Mutter "ubar yerekh imo": Where is foreign wisdom to be found in Septuagint Proverbs?

    Women in the Old Testament: The soul is a foreign woman: The other woman in Proverbs: The woman and her sentence in ancient Judaism. Concubines and conjugal rights: We have seen the enemy, and he is only a "she": Les femmes sans nom de la Bible. Mourning and loss and the life cycle in the Book of Ruth Bible week Die Zeit der Schwangerschaft.

    Explaining discrepancies in the purity laws on discharges. Israel und das Problem der Prostitution in exilischer und nachexilischer Zeit. Power, sexual status, and religion in the "Promised Land". The Book of Ruth and its literary voice. Das Problem des eifernden Mannes: Eroticism, death and redemption: How a woman who fought back and demanded her rights became an importunate widow: Finding the naked woman in Hosea ii Gender and archaeology in Israelite religion.

    A tale of two Tamars: The problem of the other ed woman in Nahum. No stelae, no queens: Ehebund als eine sexistische Beschreibung der Gottesbeziehung. Beauty queens and foetal containers: Jewish and Buddhist mothers in the early literatures.

    A gender perspective on the daughters of Zelophehad: Bible, talmudic midrash, and modern feminist midrash. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures Women in Judaism 5,1 Women in Judaism 4,2 God, women and children.

    The trauma of otherness and hunger: The quest for the "eternal feminine": Women and the worship of Yahweh in ancient Israel. Man, woman and God in Judg 4. Through the eyes of a serpent: Das Bild der Frau in der Prophetenliteratur Israels.

    Wozu brauchen wir das Alte Testament? Du Toit, Jaqueline S.. In the eyes of the beholder: The case of Hannah and Elkanah I Samuel 1, Hulda unter den Schriftgelehrten? Tora als Mitte von Prophetie. Women in Judaism 4,1 Die Frau als Gehilfin des Mannes? Israelite woman as object of carnal knowledge. In and out of place: Subverting the biblical world: Archaeology and the theorizing of Israelite society. Between legislative and linguistic parallels: Bringing Miriam out of the shadows: Harriet Beecher Stowe and Phyllis Trible.

    Ethnicity, exogamy, and Zipporah. Deborah and Yael Judges 4. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 5 The images of women in the Hebrew Bible. On the legacy of "primitive communism". Does the Song of Songs have any connections to wisdom? Having men for dinner: Zwischen Kahlschlag, Durchforstung und neuer Pflanzung: Women in Old Testament legal procedures.

    Lectio difficilior 1 11 pp. Mothers in the Hebrew Bible. Image of the woman of substance in Proverbs The women around Moses. Defilement of virgins in biblical law and the case of Dinah Genesis Misogyny and its discontents. Hij maakt het wasvat met de "spiegels" der dienstdoende vrouwen Exodus Body parts as metaphor and the value of a cognitive approach: Women of Sodom and Gomorrah: Women in the wilderness: Sex, lies, and virginal rape: Cuerpos de mujeres y violencia: The choice to serve God and assist his people: The wife of Jeroboam, 1 Kings Regulating "sons" and "daughters" in the Torah and in Proverbs: Some reflections on violence against women and the image of the Hebrew God: Prophetinnen auf der Spur: Does the Old Testament refer to sacred prostitution and did it actually exist in ancient Israel?

    Serving women and their mirrors: Rut als Figur des Lebens: Salomo und die Frauen. A midrashic lens on biblical women: Gravett, Sandra Lynne Sandie. Reading "rape" in the Hebrew Bible: The rhetoric of familiarity and contempt in Job 2: Women, fire and dangerous things in the Hebrew Bible: Les femmes dans la Bible.

    Where the girls are: Hagar, mother of faith in the compassionate God. Mother and maiden, sister and spouse: Sarah in Philonic Midrash. Mille monete per Salomone: Written by men for men: Gender, class, and androcentric compliance in the rapes of enslaved women in the Hebrew Bible.

    Liebe und Tod im Ersten Alten Testament. The watcher at the window: Von Sarai zu Sarah: At home with the goddess. Die biblische Vorstellungswelt und deren geschlechterpolitische Dimension: Prophetische Frauen am Zweiten Tempel? The Shulamite is not the Woman of Valor. La visione biblica del maschio e della femmina. Violence and the Old Testament. Menstrual impurity and innovation in Leviticus Sexual hospitality in the Hebrew Bible?. A secular, Jewish, feminist look at the Bible.

    Reading the silence of women in Genesis Observations on women in the genealogies of 1 Chronicles Family in the Wisdom literature. Tochter Zion im Jeremiabuch: Can daughters be sons? The daughters of Zelophehad in patriarchal and imperial society.

    Journeying with Sarah in a chorus of voices. Everyday life in biblical Israel: Sex and violence in prophetic marriage metaphors. The semantics of taboo: Sarah and Hagar as female representations of identity and difference. The woman in childbirth of John Als das Leben anfing Stadtfrau Zion und Erzmutter Sarah: Feministische Anthropologie des Ersten Testaments: Nehama on women and womanhood. African American women and the Bible.

    The female imagery in the Book of Hosea: Wide gaps, narrow escapes: I am known as Rahab, the broad. Genesis matriarchs engage feminism. Is incest with a daughter permissible? The birth narrative as female counterpart to covenant. Die Sklavin als Ehefrau: Between tradition and modernity: Negotiating the frame for viewing the death of Jezebel.

    From household to house of Yahweh: Having their space and eating there too: Feminist hermeneutics and evangelical concerns: The valiant woman, "gini sineti", and the redaction of the Book of Proverbs.

    A portrait of Rebecca: At the threshing floor: Letters to the editor of Genesis. Una rilettura del libro di Ruth alla luce del femminismo ebraico. The woman mataphor of Ezekiel 16 and Reading abused female bodies in the Bible: Amsterdamse Cahiers voor Exegese van de Bijbel en zijn Tradities 19 Biblical woman, caught between father and husband.

    The household in ancient Israel and early Judaism. If Esther had not been that beautiful: Spoken words, voiced silence: Wisdom literature and ecofeminism. Horst, Pieter Willem van der. Het graf van de profetes Hulda in de joodse traditie. Leung Lai, Barbara M.. Making sense of the biblical portrait: What really happened to Dinah: A feminist analysis of Genesis From Jezebel to Esther: Lovers and raisin cakes: Weisheit und Lebensart Israels in der Perserzeit.

    What if Judges had been written by a Philistine? Reflections on the suffering of Rayna Batya and the success of the daughters of Zelophehad. Religious canon and literary identity. Into another scene of choices: Bekkum, Wout Jacques van. Eve and the Matriarchs: Women storytellers in ancient Israel. Mothers, sons and heroic infertility: Is Gomer the woman in Hosea 3? Feminist study of the Old Testament. Ten things every feminist should know about the Song of Songs. The authority of Miriam: Does the law of Exodus The voice of the turtle: The souls that they made: Michal, the barren wife.

    Vom Prophetinnenwort zum Prophetenbuch: Jewish readings of Abigail and Bathsheba, both ancient and modern. Frauenstimmen im Alten Testament. A holy of holies: Margins, methods, and metaphors: Wayward women and broken promises: Positioning the wife of Jeroboam 1 Kings The daughters of Tzlafchad: Die Gerechtigkeit der Sophia: To bear, to teach: The liberated woman of valor. Maria, "Figlia di Sion": The silent women of Yehud: Unveiling Esther as a pragmatic radical rhetoric.

    One man, or all humanity? A question in the anthropology of Genesis 1. Dressed to be killed: Connected by marriage, adultery and violence: Society of Biblical Literature: Bibelarbeit zu Abigajil 1. The daughters of your people: To shame or not to shame: Esther politicised in a personal context: Is there a place for women in the theology of the Psalms?

    An investigation into the female imagery of the ancient Hebrew Psalter. The strange face of wisdom in the New Testament: Reading strategies and the story of Ruth. Hiding behind the naked women in Lamentations: Women in the synagogue.

    Frau und Adam hebr. Love of woman and love of God: Die Vorstellung von Zeugung und Schwangerschaft im antiken Israel. Cannibal mothers and me: Veuve sans enfants dans le royaume de Juda. On Exodus 21,10 "Onah" and biblical marriage. Confronting redundancy as middle manager and wife: Frauen des Alten Testaments. Die Bibel in der deutschsprachigen Literatur des Narrative Analyse aus feministischer Sicht.

    Minimo vedemecum iconografico alla creazione della donna. Between ideology and tradition: Trebolle Barrera, Julio C. The treatment of women in Deuteronomy: Gedanken zum Introitus des 4. Sonntags in der Fastenzeit. Rereading the body politic: Batmartha Petermann , Ina Johanne. Desolate Jerusalem and barren matriarch: Konnte eine Witwe die "nah a lah" ihres verstorbenen Mannes erben? Qoheleth the "old boy" and Qoheleth the "new man": Ruth, plaidoyer en faveur de la femme.

    Men are from Judah, women are from Bethlehem: Das Buch der Richter: The way of women: Qoheleth, misogyny and the "Malleus Maleficarum". Virginity in the Bible. Zions Stimme in der Not. Forms of violence and the violence of forms: The seduction of Eve and feminist readings of the Garden of Eden.

    Women in Judaism 1,2 Biblical women that come in pairs: From tragedy to art and film: Frauen und Kinder nicht gerechnet. One man among a thousand, but not a woman among them all: La biblica e la mitica "Madre dei Viventi".

    The four wives of Jacob: A bosadi womanhood reading of Genesis She said to him, he said to her: The duality in God and man: Toxic religion and the daughters of Job. Frauen im Zentrum der Geschichte Israels. Wisdom literature among the witchmongers. False weights in the scales of biblical justice? Different views of women from patriarchal hierarchy to religious equality in the Book of Deuteronomy.

    The significance of "asher" in Qoh 7, Tra eros e sophia: They might be giants: Wives and daughters, bond and free: When is a widow not a widow? Guardianship provides an answer.

    The doom of Paradise: The cases of Bathsheba, Jezebel and Athaliah. The Northern Israelite queen mother in the Judaean court: Gott rechtfertigt sich selbst. Historical, hermeneutical, and methodological foundations. Le roi, la femme et la sagesse: The cannibal women and their judgment before the helpless king 2 Kings 6: The Book of Ruth and the possibility of a feminist canonical hermeneutic. Images of women in the Old Testament.

    The Hebrew God and his female complements. Woman wisdom and the strange woman: Le donne nei libri sapienziali. On reading Genesis Women in Judaism 1,1 Gott als Mutter in Jes 1,2. Childlessness and prayer in the Bible. Writing the "wrongness" of women: What did Laban demand of Jacob?

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    Ten feminine archetypes in the Jewish Bible. Die Stellung von Mann und Frau in der Tora. The virginity of the "almah" in Isaiah 7, Sytuacja zawodowa kobiet w dawnym Izraelu. The literary influence of "the binding of Isaac" Genesis 22 on "the outrage at Gibeah" Judges The barren woman of Psalms ,9 and the housewife: The roots of restriction: Le statut de la femme dans la Bible. The Jewish Woman The childless wife in Assyria and the stories of Genesis. The rape of Tamar.

    Das Bild der Witwe: Role of women in the Old Testament. Coats, George Wesley, Jr.. Numbers 5 and the "waters of judgement". Puntualizaciones sobre Gn 2: La mujer en la Biblia: La mujer en la Biblia. Jewish women in Eastern Europe. Critical studies of women in Jewish life: Recent literature on Jewish women. Is woman just a mutilated male? Adam and Eve in the theology of Thomas Aquinas. Jews and Moors at the crossroads: Jewish women in the Jesus movement.

    A Christian means to a "conversa" end. Sara als Bild der Tugend: Jewish aspects of the "Protoevangelium of James". From the birth of Jesus to the resurrection: Martin Luthers Sicht einer beispielhaften Frau. Between Qumran and Corinth: Mothers, sisters, and elders: Biblische Theologie und Gewalt gegen Frauen: Gender, Judaism, and literature: Frauen im Umfeld Jesu. The "bride" in John 3. The pro creative parables of labour and childbirth Jn 3.

    Das Wort ohne Vokale: Leviticus 12, Mary and wax: Ist Antijudaismus noch ein Thema im christlichen Feminismus?. Equal worth and gracious submission: The virile bride of Bernard of Clairvaux. Jesus, divorce, and sexuality: Christlicher Antijudaismus aus feministischer Perspektive.

    On the trail of a good story: The doorway into freedom: Jesus and the adulteress. Der Brief an die Gemeinden in Galatien: Der Brief an die Gemeinde in Rom: A woman reads the Gospel of Luke: Gentiles and the Davidic tradition in Matthew.

    Woman as reflected in the biblical commentaries of Cipriano de la Huerga. Aus deutscher und feministischer Perspektive: Feministische Analysen und Alternativen. In the dangerous currents of old prejudices: Ancient Jewish "responsa" in the gospels? Second Temple Judaism, Jesus, and women: Origine e portata della seduzione di Eva nel Corpus Paulinum 2Cor 11,3: When did the women visit the tomb?

    Sources for some temporal clauses in the Synoptic Gospels. Ruth according to Ephrem the Syrian. Wife and sister through the ages: Appropriation, reciprocity, and issues of power [Jewish and Christian feminist theology]. The liberation of illegitimacy: Medieval interpretation of Gen.

    Menstruants and the sacred in Judaism and Christianity. Rachele e il pianto della madre nella tradizione cristiana antica. La donna nella chiesa: Early Christian women and their cultural context: Medieval models of purity and sanctity: Ashkenazic women in the synagogue. The rites of water for the Jewish women of Algeria: The return to the sacred: Community, fertility, and sexuality: Mikveh for women on erev Yom Kippur.

    The Hollekreisch in Alsace. Women, ritual, and secrecy: Marriage and varying customs. Husbands, wives, and childbirth rituals. Customs of pregnancy and childbirth among Sephardic and Oriental Jews. Women and livelihoods in 1st century Palestine: American Jewish Communism and garment unionism in the s. Jewish women as providers in the generations following the expulsion from Spain. Gender, difference, and everyday life: Business women in the mishnaic and talmudic period.

    Women in Judaism 2,2 The relationship between gender and performance issues of concern to directors: The economic productivity of medieval Jewish widows. World Congress of Jewish Studies 11,B, vol. Spatial differences in the labour force participation of married women: Women, work and the law.

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    Educating Muslim girls in Mandatory Jerusalem. Jewish women reflect on adult study. Jewish women and adult Jewish education: Di Segni, David Gianfranco.

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    Integrating Jewish and feminist educational goals. Gender, identity, and community: Jewish university women in Germany and Austria. Sobre algumas feministas e seu destino no Egito medieval. The experience of religious fortification: Can teachers advance gender equality in society? The quest for the historical Beruriah, Rachel, and Imma Shalom. Prayer and education in the life of Jewish women. Bildung und gesellschaftliche Verantwortung: Jewish education for women: Education for Jewish girls in the East: Der Exodus von Wissenschaftlerinnen: Beyond Heder, Haskalah, and honeybees: Some parallels in the education of medieval Jewish and Christian women.

    Women and the study of Talmud. Educating for "proper" Jewish womanhood: Social History of Medicine 24,2 — Educating the "new" Jewish woman: From bourgeois Germany to Palestine: The First World War: Frauenideale und Frauenstatus in der "neuen Gesellschaft" des vorstaatlichen Israel. Zionist women of the s: Women, womanhood, and ethnicity in Zionist Eretz Israel.

    Looking forward and backward: Loyalty, belonging, and their discontents: Material remains and social relations: Women as victims of war: Hannah Meisel and the founding of the agricultural schools for young women. Cesarean section in the days of the Mishnah and the Talmud. No home at home: Daughters of the nation: The mercies of the court: The double or multiple image of the new Hebrew women.

    On rhetoric and commitment: Why are these women here? Clorinda Minor, from pilgrim to pioneer. The vision becomes reality: Traditional flexibility and modern strictness: The attraction of aristocratic women to Pharisaism during the Second Temple period. The struggle for equal rights for women in the early Jewish defense underground: The role of women in linguistic and narrative change: Literature by women of the first aliyah: Human being or housewife: Yemenite Jewish women between tradition and change.

    On the way to equality? From revolution to motherhood: The fringes of the margin: In search of a new female identity: Women in the defense forces. Spanish ladies from the Cairo Geniza. Israeli feminism new and old. The plough woman who cried into the pots: Seeking the local, engaging the global: Coping with the legacy of death: Unruly daughters to mother nation: Trudna historia kobiet z Rosentrasse: Russian immigrant woman in Israeli film.

    What is your story? Jewish mothers on film. Molly Goldberg as Jewish mother. Echo and voice in "Meetings with Anna". Female images in a state of war: Blowing up the Jewish mother: The construction of heroines in Holocaust films: Images of women in Holocaust films. The others in Israeli cinema of the s and s: Holocaust survivors, women, and Arabs.

    Our mothers and our sisters and our cousins and our aunts: The way she really is: My son the doctor. Von Frauenfiguren zu Frauenfilmen im israelischen Kino. The woman as Other in Israeli cinema. Amos Oz and Izhak ben Ner: Leah behind the veil: One clove away from a pomander ball: Del Negro, Giovanna P.. The bad girls of Jewish comedy: From the nightclub to the living room: Glikl bas Leib and the other woman.

    The making of a Jewish folk hero: The Worlds of S. The multiple faces of Eve: Love and death in a contemporary "dybbuk" story: The synagogue as a stage for magic.

    The meal of the spirits, the three Parcae and Lilith: La Jewish mama et la nourriture: From Sophie Tucker to Barbra Streisand: Jewish women entertainers as reformers. Sex and women in biblical narrative humor.

    Wide gaps, narrow escapes: One should consider a basic in lexical cognitive science: Hagai Hitron gave the following telling verdict: Deborah and Yael in Judges 4. Fishman, will also be the author of one of the articles proposed to the special Issue. This was before British colonisation. ADwritten by the Amoraim in Palestine

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