The response to my proposal for a linguistics reading group last month went way beyond my expectations. Clearly, […]
Telicity tests and syntactic diagnostics are surprisingly relevant for understanding the semantics of the Ancient Greek perfect.
Many New Testament scholars look at language typology with suspicion. Some believe that using typological studies is dangerous […]
I uploaded my powerpoint slides from the Cambridge Greek Verb Conference to academia.edu (link at the bottom). The […]
The purpose of this second post (for the first post, see here: Challenges in language analysis: thesis prefatory […]
I have put a lot of thought into how language analysis in Greek is normally done, especially with […]