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Título : Hebrew forms of address : a sociolinguistic analysis
Autor : Kim, Bok Young 
Fecha de publicación : 2023
Editorial : Society of Biblical Literature
Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales. Departamento de Historia. Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente
Cita : Kim, B. Y. Hebrew forms of address : a sociolinguistic analysis [en línea]. Ancient Near East Monographs (31). Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature ; Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente, 2023. Disponible en:
Resumen : Resumen: This book is the culmination of a decade-long research project exploring the intricate usage of forms of address in Biblical and Epigraphic Hebrew. Various aspects of this research were presented at annual meetings of the Society of Biblical Literature in 2020, 2021, and 2022. I am deeply grateful for the valuable feedback provided by colleagues and friends, which played a crucial role in refining my ideas and contributing to the overall development of this project. I extend my special appreciation to Jeffrey Stackert for his encouragement to publish this work in the Ancient Near East Monographs series, and to Nicole L. Tilford for her valuable contributions in curating the project with SBL Press. I am also deeply thankful for the invaluable feedback and meticulous observations provided by two anonymous reviewers, which greatly enhanced the quality of the manuscript and shaped its final version. I am immensely grateful to my esteemed former teachers, who provided me with exceptional instruction in the fields of philology and linguistics. Their expertise and guidance have been invaluable in shaping my academic journey. I extend my sincere gratitude to the following individuals for their remarkable contributions to my education: Dennis Pardee, Rebecca Hasselbach-Andee, Lenore Grenoble, the late Norman Golb, David Scholen, Stuart Creason, Michael Sells, Kay Heikkinen, Stephen Kaufman, Samuel Greengus, the late David Weisberg, Miles Van Pelt, John Currid, Alastair McEwen, and Stephen Voorwinde. Their teachings have left a lasting impact on my scholarly pursuits, and I truly appreciate their dedication and wisdom. To my dear friend, Chip Hardy, I wholeheartedly extend my appreciation for being a constant source of encouragement and unwavering support since my arrival in Chicago. His presence in my life has been invaluable. I’m also deeply appreciative of Benjamin Noonan for his friendship and encouragement throughout the journey of this book. Our countless conversations in the Klau Library at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, OH, are cherished memories. I would also like to give special thanks to Lee and Mary Ann Cope, who have gone above and beyond their duty, exemplifying the essence of true Christian friendship since my family and I arrived in the United States. Their kindness and support have meant the world to us.
Disciplina: LENGUA
Derechos: Acceso abierto
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