Table of Contents: The Article in Post-Classical Greek

I found the table of contents for The Article in Post-Classical Greek, edited by Daniel King, thanks to Stephen Carlson. I have reproduced it below. There are some excellent looking pieces. I have always appreciated Mari Napoli’s research, in particular. I look forward to working through this volume in time.


1. Introduction (Daniel King)
1.1 Previous studies on the Article
1.2 Brief summary of studies in this volume

2. Functions of the definite Article from Classical Greek to New Testament Greek (Maria Napoli)
2.1 Introduction
2.2 (In)definiteness in the history of the Greek language
2.3 A map of definiteness: The main uses of definite articles across Languages
2.4 Obligatoriness and optionality in Greek: Definite article versus zero article
2.5 The definite article in New Testament Greek
2.8 Conclusions

3. The history of Greek articles: A syntactic approach (Cristina Guardiano)
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Background
3.3 Articles in Classical and New Testament Greek
3.4 Homeric Greek
3.5 Conclusion

4. Discourse-functional approach to the Greek article (Ronald D. Peters)
4.1 Introduction
4.2 A systemic-functional description of the Greek article
4.3 Matthew 13:44
4.4 Acts 5:1–11
4.5 Timothy 4:11–14
4.6 Conclusion

5. The use of the Greek article in Peter: A case study (Stephen H. Levinsohn and Mark Dubis)
5.1 Preliminaries
5.2 Thematic prominence (salience) versus focal prominence
5.3 Application to Peter
5.4 Conclusions

6. Towards a unified understanding of the Greek Article from a diachronic, cognitive perspective (Steven E. Runge)
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Less prototypical uses: Stage III development of the Article
6.3 Conclusions

7. The function of the article with proper names: The New Testament Book of Acts as a case study (Jenny Read-Heimerdinger)
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Names of persons
7.3 Names of places
7.4 General conclusions