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Italia Natan ben Yehi'el da Roma. Medioevo Romanzo 22,2 Centro ricerche e studi delle testimonianze medievali e moderne del giudaismo italiano , Roma : Carucci editore, Del Monte, Crescenzo -Sonetti postumi giudaico-romaneschi e romaneschi; Glossario dei vocaboli e delle espressioni di origine ebraica nel dialetto giudaico-romanesco di Attilio Milano.

Prefazione di Benvenuto Terracini. Casa Editrice "Israel", Carucci, Hijmans-Tromp , Leiden Qimchi, in: Scritti in memoria di L. Carpi, Jerusalem , pp. Luzzatto , pp. For manuscript and early printed glossaries relative to the Bible, see: Cassuto, Umberto Bibliografia delle traduzioni giudeo-italiane della Bibbia, in: Festschrift zum siebziegsten Geburstage Armand Kaminska, Vienna, , pp.

Can we also have references to on-line Aramaic dictionaries? I have been looking for a long time, but I haven't found any. David Grossman. Kaufman, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, and Michael Sokoloff.

Unfortunately, the interface is romanized, but I obtained some results. Thank you, Seth. I've been searching the Web for a very long time for Aramaic on-line dictionaries, and this is the first set of workable resources that I have received. I'm looking forward to the next stage resources: non-Romanized text. I assume that you are referring to the language known in Israel as Maroka'it, and not to Ladino. Do you know of any relevant on-line dictionaries?

As you know, Prof. Sefiha-Vidal has made the distinction between Ladino, which is a litterary language, a "mot a mot" traduction from Hebrew texts, and JUDEZMO or Judeo-Spanish, or Haketiya, or whatever , which are the spoken vernacular or even litterary, but not calques varieties.

I don't know of any on-line Kaketic dictionnary Yaakov Bentolila. The Hebrew Translating forum, which I moderate, has an extensive listing of all on-line Hebrew, Yiddish, and other Jewish-oriented Semitic-language dictionaries. The list is accessible to all subscribers to Hebrew Translating, and it is is regularly updated by submissions from our subscribers.

Since posting this message to Jewish-Languages, I've been inundated with requests for information about the Hebrew Translating Forum. That same website gives information about other forums in Hebrew and in Hebrew bilingualism, as well as other topics. Subscribers to the Hebrew Translating Forum have access to the full and constantly updated listing of on-line dictionaries, glossaries, and other linguistic resources. This information was recently enhanced thanks to the fine and knowledgeable subscribers to our splendid Jewish Languages group.

A question from Alison Bastow, who's not on the list. Please respond directly to her at the address below. I am a graduate student and am working on a project concerning language use during the Holocaust. Could you point me in the direction of some resource or person that may be able to give me information on this? Thank You, Alison Bastow tpbasb bellsouth. The general theme of the conference is "Language and Identity in a Multicultural Society".

I have been asked to organize a session on "Language and Ideology". Papers in this session may be purely theoretical or they may be case studies, keeping an attentive eye on their general theoretical horizon. Naturally, some of the speakers will discuss issues of Israeli society, but other topics are equally welcome.

I look at this session as an opportunity to exchange ideas on the very nexus of language and ideology and its theoretical foundations. The language of the conference is Hebrew, and due to budgetary limitations there will be no interpreting service available, but lectures in English are welcome. If there are enough English speaking participants, others may be willing to present in English as well. Please send preliminary letters of interest or queries to me by December 1, The deadline for submitting abstracts to be included in the conference booklet has been set to February 28, Feel free to distribute to other relevant forums.

From: Benjamin H. Hary bhary Emory. I have been asked to organize a session on "Dialects in Israel. Please send preliminary letters of interest or queries to me e-mail by December 20, Benjamin Hary bhary emory. Please respond to those who posted. I am specifically interested in whether there is any surviving music written in Shuadit, as I understand it is essentially an extinct language.

Also: I read on a statistics website that there is an expert in this language named Paul Wexler, and I was wondering if anyone has contact with him.

Thank you so very much, Rosalie Toubes rtoubes hotmail. What comprehensive Hebrew-Hebrew dictionaries are available now. Are any of them available on CD? What Hebrew-Arabic Arabic-Hebrew dictionaries are recommended and available?

Is there a comprehensive lexicon of Hebrew-Arabic cognates? Thank you, Jonathan Omer-Man. Message from: Yitzhak Sternberg sternber post. The conference's theme is "Language and Identity in a Multicultural Society". The conference, as the association itself, is open to scholars and people who are interested in the variety of aspects related to the connections between language and society.

The conference is organized around main topics such as: language and identity; language, culture and society; multilingualism and multiculturalism; Jewish and non-Jewish languages; language and globalization; language and education; language and immigration; language and stratification; language and ideology; language and communication; language and gender; language and the life-cycle; language policy.

The conference is also open to non-Israeli participants. Please note that the deadline for sending session proposals is January 15 and the deadline for sending article abstracts is February 28 The relevant forms, as well as other information about IALS, are available in our website: www.

Dear Colleagues, The conference's theme is excellent, but, alas, the time is bad for scholars from the USA. It is practically impossible to travel all the way from California to Israel and back when the academic school is still going on. Our school ends only after June A summer conference enables us to attend the conference and stay in Israel a longer period for a visit and scholarly work.

I hope you'll take this into consideration in planning future conferences. I second Prof. Sabar's opinion. It is very difficult for the persons employed by American academic institutions to travel to Israel before end of June. The conference is very important and interesting but is problemmatic for those of us who teach in the US and perhaps other places. It is probably too late to change the dates- and this problem is not news to the organizers.

Perhaps a parallel conference can be held in tandem on this continent. One aspect of multiculturalism is working with conflicting calendars. Jews often have unique ways of speaking their local language. I am coordinating a panel on this phenomenon for the first Annual Meeting of the Israeli Association for the Study of Language and Society.

The general theme of the conference is Language and Identity in a Multicultural Society. Conference papers may be presented in Hebrew or English. Final abstracts will be due to the Association in February. Sarah Bunin Benor Stanford University. Dear List, This is a short introduction.

My name is Simeon D. My research deals with the language policy of ethnic minorities as influenced by social, political, religious and economic constraints and I am specializing in the language policies of four Haredi groups in Israel.

In addition, I have dealt with speakers of Judeo-Tat in Israel, with teaching English in Haredi schools in Israel, with language and Haredi publications newspapers, magazines, and weekly Torah Portion Pages distributed in many synagoguges and with sexist language in general Israeli advertising.

I've also dealt with photooxidation of organic compounds I was originally an M. Someone suggested that it is a transfer from Judeo-Italian. Does anyone know if there's evidence of this? What historical evidence is there to support the contact theory? Is it possible that Italian teachers in Central and Eastern Europe brought words with this [n] to Yiddish? Or could this influence have come about in a city like Venice where Ashkenazim lived near Italian Jews? Maybe a panel topic for a future conference on Jewish languages I wonder if the meanings 'conscience', etc.

Weinreich, p. Sabar at In addition to yesterday's posting, I would add two other basic works: Weinreich, Max. Weinreich, Uriel. Languages in contact. It may belie an earlier pronunciation of Palestinian derivation. Non conoscendo questo sistema di rendere il nome ebraico "Mattathia", Vogelstein-Rieger, op.

Also, with regards to the "Nayin" which in Rome is also palatalized , it was not uncommon for Italian Christian Hebraists prior to ca.

In an autograph notebook Bibl. Laurenzian cod. One could argue that the initial "h" was simply a transcription, akin to greek which he also records --twice! Definitive proofs as to accentuation, and to the pronunciation of? Milan, 13th cent. This final "x" may have been both a linguistic and graphic source of the JI form cf. At any rate, I find it enticing to think of Italian Hebrew pronunciation as containing all sorts of sub- and adstrata, as an excellent soil for linguistic archeology.

In the Judeo-Provencal pronunciation of Hebrew, thav sav , samekh, and sin are all pronounced [f]. Shin is [s]. I would guess that Judeo-Italian [d] was once also an interdental fricative, perhaps voiced.

In any event, it did not merge with either [s] or [t]. George J. A general important reference about the pronunciation of Hebrew in various Jewish communities is the article "Pronunciations of Hebrew" by Shelomo Morag in Encyclopaedia Judaica XIII , where a comparative table and further bibliography will also be found.

Morag ibid. A physiological-phonetic explanation of nasality as a reflex of laryngals was given by P. Delattre in Phonetica 19 Telephone Fax msgidgol pluto. Rabbi Moses della Rocca left us and went to Cyprus, where he was married.

And while he was still in his youthful prime [terminus post quem ], he was called to the heavenly academy. When the bad news reached me, I wrote elegies for him, in particular one octet [which makes sense in both] Hebrew and Italian. I was then thirteen years of age. All the poets saw ity and praised it; to this day it is a marvel to both Christian and Jewish sages.

Adelman and Benjamin C. Ravid observe, p. Modena created a work, the first in Hebrew, that sounded the same and had approximately the same meaning in two completely unrelated languages, On this poem, see D. Pagis, 'Al sod hatum Jerusalem , pp. The best known instance of this curious genre was an elegy written in by the irrepressible Leone Modena From: Paul Glasser pglasser yivo.

Therefore, it doesn't make sense to speak of Yiddish nasalization in this context. I've always associated the "n" of "Yankev," etc. I'm interested to read that it may not be the case. Of course, examples like "yandes" with hey , Polish-Yiddish "dange" with alef , etc. Can I correct the notice I just sent so that the first sentence reads: "A comment on Gideon Goldenberg's comment.

Chi nasce muor animati; A voi giammai avvenga mal - ah - che passo. Modena's instead is in ottava rima from Roth "Renaissance", p.

From: Gideon Goldenberg msgidgol mscc. His statement I would regard as correct, not necessarily all his examples. Paul Glasser is certainly right in his "comment on the comment" concerning "heute" and in his additional reference to dialectal German. I have in fact suggested that those phenomena should be studied in the context of German dialectology. Is there at all anything in the German component, i. Yours, Gideon Goldenberg. I would appreciate details about any existing "translation" and about its source.

The most peculiar "translation" known to me runs something like this: "Mordio el escorpion al tio paterno", i. Thanks, Prof. Dear Yaakov, In Neo-Aramaic it is translated mboshille Tloxe go qoqa "He cooked lentils in the little pot" , which has a humorous effect, just like the Ladino you mention.

For more details see my article on Neo-Aramaic Haggadot in forthcoming Leshonenu. The last paragraph of this obituary refers to "a peculiar hybrid jargon He was 88 and lived in Berlin. A Jew uprooted in Germany in by the Nazis, Mr. Heym became an intellectual nomad and a lifelong Marxist-Leninist: two years in Czechoslovakia, 15 years in the United States; settling finally in East Germany.

Extraordinarily prolific, Stefan Heym - his pen name - was more a highly gifted storyteller than a transcendent writer. With few exceptions his tales, drawn from history and contemporary political life, pitted a single man against a powerful and implacable authority.

Describing his literary aims in to an American visitor to East Germany, he said the country was "a blank spot in literature for me to fill in. Heym never became deeply rooted in the hybrid society of East Germany. Heym: "We saw him as somebody from over there, from America. Heym said: "Being here in Germany helps me to continue feeling as a Jew. Sometimes I feel myself as a Jew. Sometimes I feel myself a German. And sometimes I even have American traces in my makeup.

I am kind of a mix. At the time he described himself as both "a writer of genius" and "a full-blooded politician. Heym quit office after a year in protest against the deputies' vote to increase their own salaries by 50 percent. He was born Helmut Flieg, the son of a textile manufacturer in the eastern industrial city of Chemnitz, on April 10, Early on he demonstrated a fierce ambition to be noticed, publishing an anti-militarist verse in The Chemnitzer Volkszeitung in , which caused his expulsion from high school.

He was attending the University of Berlin when Hitler came to power in Fleeing across the frontier near his birthplace to neighboring Czechoslovakia, he earned a hand-to-mouth living as a writer in Prague. He was already strongly attached to the teachings of Marx and Lenin, contributing articles over the next six years to Communist periodicals in Prague and Moscow.

In he gained a scholarship from a Jewish fraternity at the University of Chicago and went to the United States on a ticket paid for by Czech writers and journalists. He received a master's degree and moved to New York to become editor of a German-language anti-Nazi weekly, Deutsches Volksecho.

The paper supported the Hitler-Stalin pact of After the collapse of the Berlin Wall, Mr. Heym repeatedly claimed that he "never belonged to a party in my whole life. From to he was a printing salesman, working on a novel in his spare time: "Hostages" G.

Putnam's Sons , a thriller about the Nazi occupation of Prague, which was an instant success before he turned Orville Prescott, The New York Times's book critic, called the story "tense, tautly constructed, swift and terrible. Landing in France a week after D-Day in , he saw duty close to the front as one of the "hog callers," speaking German over a loudspeaker to urge Wehrmacht troops to surrender. McCarthy reached a crescendo, Mr. She died in They stayed first in Warsaw and Prague, arriving in East Germany a year later.

He then presented his action as "a protest" against the role of the United States in the Korean War and took part in anti-American propaganda campaigns. He also renounced his American citizenship and returned his Army decorations to Washington. He soon became a star propagandist for the Communist regime and its Soviet protectors. When construction workers demonstrated in the streets against the system in , he wrote in his weekly column in The Berliner Zeitung that the repression of the uprising by Soviet tank cannons was justified "to prevent a war" because otherwise "American bombing nights would have started.

Heym wrote of him as "the most beloved man of our time. But by the mid's he was out of favor with the party leadership, accused of conducting "a conceited elitist mission" and writing "truth as conceived in the West. But he lived in a comfortable house in the lakeside borough of Grnau and drove a white Lancia roadster. Because of his Western television appearances he was a celebrity in the East despite strictures on his publishing there and police surveillance. With his hard-currency earnings he also traveled to the West.

His historical-political novels included "The Eyes of Reason" in about the Communist takeover in Czechoslovakia; "Goldsborough" in about a miners' strike in Pennsylvania; "The Papers of Andreas Lenz" in about the abortive revolution in Germany; "Lassalle" in about Ferdinand Lassalle, the 19th-century founder of the German Socialist movement; "The Queen Against Defoe" in about Daniel Defoe's libel and slander case; "The King David Report" in , a story about the rewriting of history under a dictatorship cast as a biblical tale; and "Ahasver" in , a mythological story about the eternal wandering Jew as an itinerant revolutionary.

In his autobiographical "Nachruf" "Obituary" in he often spoke of himself in the third person as "S. But he was not candid about being an ardent Stalinist from to Heym said in On Nov. Heym joined other prominent would-be reformers at Marx Engels Square in the center of East Berlin where he spoke to a crowd of ,, saying that "socialism, the right kind, not the Stalinist kind, is what we want to build for our benefit and the benefit of all Germany. Heym had assailed the East Germans in for rising up against their Soviet overlords, he now spoke sarcastically of this people as "a horde pressed belly to back on the hunt for glittering junk" in West German department stores.

One of his last works, "The Gals Are Always Gone and Other Clever Sayings," published in , is a mostly autobiographical collection of tales about himself and his second wife, Inge. A sharp departure from the novels that form the main part of his output, it is written in a peculiar hybrid jargon that is the author's conception of what might be called Jewish-German, including a sprinkling of Yiddish phrases, and is designed as a tribute to his wife, Inge Hohn, a film scenarist who survives him.

A lively discussion ensued about Jewish languages and their Hebrew-calque varieties. The sectional meeting had only 6 people, but we came up with some good ideas for future panels at AJS or elsewhere. Here's a list of them: - How groups of Jews shift from one Jewish language to another e.

And maybe people on this list can organize panels on specific themes, whether from this list or not. We also talked about the website that Tsuguya Sasaki and I are working on.

It's making progress, and we've recently decided to obtain our own domain name, hopefully "www. Eventually we will be a non-profit organization and will be able to apply for funding, but right now we're just a bunch of individuals. Tsuguya and I will keep you updated on the website's progress. And you'll likely be hearing from Benjamin Hary within the next year or 2 about a conference on Jewish languages that he's starting to plan at Emory University.

Those who are interested, let me know. Feel free to organize your own. This message appeared on H-Judaic. Stone, and composed of Israeli and Armenian Archeologists and experts, has made further major finds in Eghegis, Armenia, including many inscriptions in beautiful Hebrew script and language. This previously unknown community is now becoming uncovered.

The expedition returned from field-work in Armenia this week. Reports will be published in full in the media and in scholarly journals soon. Further information from stone vms. Dear list members, I am new to the list, so I would like to introduce myself: My name is Marc Kiwitt, I have studied Romance and Semitic languages and linguistics at the University of Heidelberg, and I am currently a first year Ph.

Most of my work is done within the framework of "traditional" historical and descriptive linguistics, with an emphasis on historical lexicography. ISBN It is a revised version of my M. The main focus of the study is a lexicographical analysis of the French vocabulary of the text within the framework of Old French historical lexicography and etymology.

Special attention is also devoted to the question in how far the study of this text sheds new light on the linguistic status of Judeo-French as a whole and its possible differences from Christian Old French.

The book also includes a codicological and paleographical description of the manuscript, a study of its graphemical system within the context of the Judeo-French literary tradition, an overview of phonetic and grammatical features of its language, an attempt at dating and localizing the text, a study of the sources of the edited parts of the treatise, as well as extensive glossaries of the Old French, Hebrew and Latin words contained in it.

Kiwitt gmx. Here's a query about Loez. Can people please respond to the list, in addition to RuHindin aol. Approximately when did it start being used? How long did its use last? RuHindin aol. The questions what language[s] were involved in Loez, approximately when did it start being used, and how long did its use last, is not clear to me.

Is it about the meaning of "lo'ez" in the Bible, or in the Mishna "one who does not understand Hebrew"? Telephone Fax msgidgol mscc. Here's the response I sent RuHindin aol. The Jewish varieties of these languages were spoken in the Middle Ages, but I am not sure when they started or how long they lasted. According to Marc Kiwitt's description of Judeo-French, which will soon be posted on our website www. It ends in the 14th century, after persecutions and repeated expulsions had virtually ended the Jewish presence in France.

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Among the latter, the opening "Mississipi Freight Train"--a duet between Cotton's unamplified harp and drummer Brian Jones--is about as perfect a piece of musical onomatapoeia as you'll ever be likely to hear.

John piano ; Johnny B. Gayden bass ; Brian Jones drums. Home-Page: www. Wikipedia : en. Here are 23 renditions and Big Ben chiming at Midnight. It's been a wonderful year, full of many surprises and many wonderful people I've met here. Tom Dundee, I met and heard a few times when he stayed and sang at my friend Davids through the years. He died in but wrote one of the most poignant songs I ever heard and remains a favorite through all these years.

To ya'll:. Grooves, pop, fuzz et flutes ici. The shuffle monster 2. Spadina bus 3. Gabi's Gimi suit 4. Out of my house roach 5. Hockey night in Canada 6. East Berlin angst 7. Pavin' on my road 8. Cheese on bread The funkin' pumpkin Personal blues Yukon girl Stop the rot Blues for you Shuffle groove Have a good one 2. Get right 3. Tolerence 4. Show me 5. Group dreams 6. Nothing Abaixar Alive in Europe.

Disc 1 1. The boys of maple syrup 2. The opening tune 3. Pavin' my road 4. Pipe dream 5. Scraggle from the dirt bog 6.

Organizar DH en la Ciudad de México ha sido un reto y un aprendizaje. El simple hecho de que la conferencia se lleve a cabo en una región diferente ha sacado a la luz ciertas pre-suposiciones culturales y estamos seguros de que el aprendizaje se irá enriqueciendo en la medida en que la conferencia se realice en distintas ubicaciones.

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  4. fines del siglo XIX y en algunas hasta principios del siglo XX. Actualmente, s e conserva una variedad not, react to the different attempts to make it available to people outside of its n ative speaking territories con más de mil voces valverdeiras). El abandono del mundo rural, el advenimiento de la escolarización obligatoria solo en.
  5. entre los siglos XVII y XX. De este modo, se espera contribuir a comprender mejor el papel que desempeñó la escritura en la enseñanza de la lectura. Palabras clave: aprendizaje de la lectura, aprendizaje de la escritura, aproximación histórica *ste documento es una adaptación de la conferencia de apertura de Writing Research Across E.
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  7. The course consists of two different parts: a theorical introduction and a more pratical part about problem and translation methods for the languages German-Italian. Madrid, Visor, • García Aguilar, Ignacio, Poesía y edición en el Siglo de Oro, Calambur Editorial, • Luján Atienza, Ángel L., Las voces de Proteo. Teoría.
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