We regularly get questions or requests for advice about linguistics literature. What books are good? What should I […]
We received two books for review recently. It has been quite some time since we have published any […]
We recently organized and collected all our posts and essays on prepositions and prepositional phrases in a simple […]
In an article titled, “Where does prototypicality come from?” Dirk Geeraerts(2007:176–77) provides a number of factors that beget this phenomenon; and when it comes to identifying the prototypical usage of a word he discusses how introspection can prove useful.
Eighteen years ago Christo van der Merwe et. al published a Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar. At the time it introduced some important areas of study that had not yet been covered in BH grammars, such as word order variation. Now, van der Merwe and Naudé are back with a substantially augmented second edition. Read on to learn more about this edition from Christo and what he’s up to next.
It broke our hearts when the news came of Jim’s death. A few of our contributors and friends […]
Today Rachel and I received word from Faithlife/Logos Bible Software that our book on the grammar and semantics […]
The status of the language of the New Testament has been a debated topic for centuries. We are […]
Recently, in a discussion with a friend, I noted that there is often a knowledge gap between the […]
We are pleased to announce and help get the word out about two funded PhD positions at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität […]
After many, many years of effort, Ben Kantor has announced that his major contribution to Ancient Greek phonology […]