A Study of Palestinian Arabic Dialects

[RG #95] A Study of Palestinian Arabic Dialects

September 1, 2003 - February 29, 2004

Organizer:

Rafi Talmon (University of Haifa)

The group's work will concentrate on compiling a representative corpus of texts from the various geographical areas of northern and central Israel -- namely, Upper and Lower Galilee, the northern coast, the Jordan Valley, Emeq Yizree, the Carmel Mount and Carmel coast, the Triangle, Jaffa, and the Central Plains -- as well as from the Samaritans and the rural population around Jerusalem. 

 

Members

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Werner Arnold

FELLOW
University of Heidelberg
Werner Arnold is a professor of Semitic Studies at the Institute of Language and Culture of the Near East at the University of Heidelberg.
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Aharon Geva-Kleinberger

FELLOW
University of Haifa
Aharon is a professor in the Department of Arabic Language and Literature at the University of Haifa.
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Simon Hopkins

FELLOW
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Simon Hopkins is a professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research interests are Arabic and Semitic philology.
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Otto Jastrow

FELLOW
Tallinn University
Otto Jastrow is a professor of Arabic Studies at Tallinn University.
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Aryeh Levin

FELLOW
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Aryeh is a professor in the Department of Arabic Language and Literature at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Stephan Procházka

FELLOW
University of Vienna
Stephan is a professor in the Institute for Oriental Studies at the University of Vienna.
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Jan Retsö

FELLOW
University of Gothenburg
Jan is a professor in the Institute of Oriental and African Languages at the University of Gothenburg.
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Rafi Talmon

FELLOW
University of Haifa
Rafi is a professor in the Department of Arabic Language and Literature at the University of Haifa.