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Studies in Semitic and Afroasiatic Linguistics Presented to Gene B Gragg (Paperback)

Ancient History > Ancient Near East > Ancient Near Eastern Language & Texts

Imprint: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
Series: Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilisation
Pages: 216
Illustrations: 2 b/w illus
ISBN: 9781885923417
Published: 15th March 2008
Casemate UK Academic


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Professor Gene B Gragg's unbounded intellectual curiosity and rigorous linguistic method have served as a bridge between the often disparate fields of Semitic philology and linguistics, between the various sub-disciplines that study the ancient Near East, between the study of ancient languages by means of scribal corpora and modern languages by means of language helpers, and between users and developers of computer programs for linguistic and text analysis. In so doing he has inspired a generation of students and colleagues to new vistas and greater horizons. All but one of the essays in this volume were originally presented at a symposium at the Oriental Institute on May 21-22, 2004, in honour of his retirement. The symposium was centered around Semitic and comparative Semitic linguistics, the areas of inquiry of most of Professor Gragg's students; two other papers at the symposium (those by Bender and Militarev) directed our attention to his comparative Afroasiatic interests. An additional paper by Rebecca Hasselbach, who was recently hired to teach Comparative Semitics at the Oriental Institute, rounds off the volume.

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