Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Texts: Essays in Memory of Michael P. Weitzman
Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Texts is a collection of articles written by a distinguished array of scholars, focusing on the Hebrew Bible, its ancient versions, and textual history—the fields in which the late Dr. Weitzman worked—and is an authoritative assemblage of current research in these and closely related fields. Michael P. Weitzman was Reader in Hebrew and Jewish Studies at University College London. He taught and supervised research in Hebrew language, the Hebrew Bible and its literary history, and rabbinic texts for 26 years.
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- Brief biography on Michael P. Weitzman
- Preface by the editors
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Edward Ullendorff
- Andrew Macintosh
- Robert Gordon
- Philip Alexander
- Alison Salvesen
- Michael M. Winter
- Gillian Greenberg
- Title: Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Texts: Essays in Memory of Michael P. Weitzman
- Editors: Ada Rapoport-Albert and Gillian Greenberg
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic
- Publication Date: 2001
- Pages: 507
About the Editors
Ada Rapoport-Albert is the head of the department of Hebrew and Jewish studies at University College London. She is the author of Essays in Jewish Historiography.
Gillian Greenberg is a lecturer in Syriac, department of Hebrew and Jewish studies at University College London. Greenberg entered the field of biblical studies after retiring from her first career as a clinical medical researcher. She is the author of Translation Technique in the Peshitta to Jeremiah.