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Ullendorff Semitic Philology Lectures

The Ullendorff Lectures in Semitic Philology

Edward Ullendorff Portrait PhotoEdward Ullendorff (1920-2011) was one of the most distinguished scholars in the field of Semitic philology in the second half of the twentieth century.

The Ullendorff lectures in Semitic philology are supported by a generous donation made by his widow, Dina Ullendorff, in 2012.

The life and scholarship of Edward Ullendorff

2018 Lecture

  • Thursday, 3rd May, 2018 at 5:00 pm
    Rooms 8 & 9, Faculty of Asian & Middle eastern Studies

Hybrid Syntactic Constructions in Biblical Hebrew
Prof. Tamar Zewi, University of Haifa

Publication of Previous Lectures

Simon Hopkins (2013) 'Edward Ullendorff and the study of Semitic languages'

Michael Ryzhik (2015) 'The language of the Mishna: from late manuscripts to the printed editions'

Edward M. Cook (2016) 'Language contact and the genesis of Mishnaic Hebrew'

For further information, contact:

Prof. Geoffrey Khan
Regius Professor of Hebrew
Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies