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Despite a slow start, one of the major trends in current Biblical Hebrew research is the use of structuralist-oriented approaches to identify and describe linguistic phenomena in terms of their distributional patterns. Designing more effective tools to carry out this type of research...
This paper attempts to portray Israeli Motherhood as reflected in Israeli fiction of the 1990s, especially in the novels of David Grossman and Orly Castel-Bloom. Formed under conditions of permanent military and existential tensions. Israeli Jewish Mothers, and the cultural institution of...
Latin script for Hebrew is being used in many domains. A uniform system is desirable, and might be better achieved by a phonemic conversion rather than by transliteration or transcription. In this approach a unified set of rules of writing covers all periods of Hebrew, while for each period and...
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