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The Third CISMOR Conference on Jewish Studies (2007)

The Languages of the Jews and Their Convergence with Neighboring Cultures through History

  • 071208a
Date: 2007/12/08
10:00 am -12:15 pm
Session A
Hebrew Language and its Contacts with Neighboring Cultures during the BIbilical Period
Opening Words Taggar-COHEN, Ada (Doshisha University)

■Chair
ECHIGOYA Akira (Doshisha University)

■Presentation
A.1 OIKAWA Hirokazu (Kyorin University)
'Consonantal Correspondence between Hebrew and Egyptian: Its Preliminary Study "
A.2 KATSUMATA Etsuko
'The Ten Commandments in the Aramaic Bible'
Commentators/respondents
A.3 NAKAMURA Nobuhiro (Doshisha Women's College)
A.4 ICHIKAWA Hiroshi (The University of Tokyo)

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Session B
The Languages of the Jews under Islam in Medieval Times
Chair KOHARA Katsuhiro (Doshisha University)
Presentation B.1 MIURA Nobuo (Kobe University)
'The Sciences and Medieval Jewish Culture'
Commentators/respondents B.3 Kobayashi Haruo (Tokyo Gakugei University)

3:45 pm - 6:00 pm
Session C
Jewish Languages in Cultural Context - From the Middle Ages to Modern Times

■Chair
Taggar-COHEN, Ada (Doshisha University)

■Presentation
C.1 UEDA Kazuo (Fukuoka University)
'The Emergence of Jewish Languages and the Development of Yiddish in Modern Times'
C.2 KANNO Kenji (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
'Jews and the French-Speaking World: French and Canadian Jewry'

■Commentators/respondents
C.3 TAKAO Chizuko (Hokkaido University)
C.4 AIDA Masato (Meiji University)
Closing Remarks MORI Koichi (Doshisha University)