This course is meant for second year Research MA students who already have completed the course Historical Grammar of Hebrew and Aramaic.
An introduction to the historical grammar of Biblical Hebrew on the basis of a detailed philological study, with special emphasis on the evolution of morphology, syntax and lexicon.
A better idea of the evolution of Hebrew in its linguistic setting during the first millennium BCE and some experience with a thorough philological study of difficult texts, including matters of phonology, morphology, syntax, textual criticism, and contextual interpretation.
The timetables are available through My Timetable.
Mode of instruction
Oral presentation (10%);
The final grade for the course is established by determining the weighted average.
Should the overall mark be unsatisfactory, the paper is to be revised after consultation with the teacher.
The reading list will be posted on Brightspace at the beginning of the semester.
Registration Studeren à la carte en Contractonderwijs
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For questions about enrolment, admission, etc, contact the Education Administration Office: Arsenaal
The course will be taught in Dutch or English, depending on the first language of participating students.