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04 December 2018
Two new interviews on Japanese defence policy and constitutional change // US - DPRK relations.


29 November 2018
The latest book edited by Prof. Roel Sterckx, Animals through Chinese History - Earliest Times to 1911, is set to be published by Cambridge University Press in December.


28 November 2018
Gregor McMillan, a recent graduate of the Chinese Studies Tripos, has published an article on the shipping sector in Maoist China, based on his fourth-year dissertation.


27 November 2018
Marina Warner selects James E. Montgomery's 'Loss Sings' (Sylph) as one of her TLS Books of the Year.


27 November 2018
2018 International Symposium on the 70th Anniversary of the Judgement of Tokyo Trial


 

 

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This project aims to produce a grammar of Biblical Hebrew that will bring together descriptions of all the known traditions of the language. It will include the traditions that are reflected by the medieval Masoretic manuscripts, with various vocalization traditions, and also the traditions found in Hebrew Bible manuscripts from Qumran, transcriptions of Biblical Hebrew from antiquity to the Middle Ages, and various oral reading traditions of Biblical Hebrew that have survived to modern times, including the Jewish oral traditions and the Samaritan tradition.