Category: Critical Reflection on Presentations

Egyptian Influences in Semitic Languages

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
This past Wednesday, the ANELC eLecture was presented by Dr. Aaron Rubin, a Semiticist at Penn State University. Dr. Rubin walked us through linguistic exchanges that suggest kinship between Egyptian

Prayers and Incantations for Healing in Akkadian and Aramaic

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
On Wednesday, the University College London and King’s College London hosted Dr. Mark Geller to present for the Ancient Near Eastern Language in Contact 2020 eLecture series. About 100 people logged

ANELC eLecture Series: ‘Language Contact between Hittite and Sumer’ by Dr. Mark Weeden

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
Alt: Why Biblical Commentary is Among the World’s Oldest Professions Today was the premier lecture for the Ancient Near Eastern Language in Contact 2020 eLecture series, hosted by University College London