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Meeting Program Units

2008 Annual Meeting

Boston

Meeting Begins11/22/2008
Meeting Ends11/25/2008

Call for Papers Opens: 11/17/2007
Call for Papers Closes: 2/29/2008

Requirements for Participation

National Association of Professors of Hebrew


Program Unit Type: Affiliate
Accepting Papers? Yes

Call For Papers: The National Asociation of Professos of Hebrew, 2008 Annual Meeting, is sponsoring five sessions. Session One, Annual Meeting of Officers and Membership.Session Two, Theme:"Angeology in Classical Hebrew Literature." The purpose of this session is to explore the presence and function of angels in classical Hebrew texts. Papers exploring sources such as Bible, Qumran, Targum, and the various genres of Rabbinic and Medieval literature will be considered for possible inclusion.Session Three, "Communicative Language Learning for Biblical Hebrew." Participants in a trial study will report and demonstrate the method. Invited respondents will provide comment and evaluation.Sessions Four and Five, no theme.

Program Unit Chairs

Zev Garber

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