Publications

Publications of P.B. Hartog:

 

I. Articles

  • “Rethinking Reflexivity: The Case of Biblical Hebrew” (in prep.)
  • “Honour Where Honour is Due: A Hebrew Encomium from an 18th-century Medical Dissertation” (in prep.)

 

II. Book contributions

  • “‘Prachtig, prachtig!’ Het Hebreeuwse Auctori Encomium voor M.J. de Vries,” in: Michaëlis Jacobus de Vries, Over Phrenitis (translation and commentary by H.F.J. Horstmanshoff, F.G. Schlesinger, and P.B. Hartog; Leiden: s.n., in press), 48-59
  • “Weg en omweg van een Bijbeltekst,” in J.A. de Waal, P.B. Hartog, C. Hoogerwerf (eds.), Omwegen en Brandgangen: Collegium Theologicum c.s. Quisque Suis Viribus, 1841–2011: Bundel bij het 34e lustrum (Leiden: s.n., 2011), 47-57

 

III. Books edited

  • Michaëlis Jacobus de Vries, Over Phrenitis (translation and commentary with H.F.J. Horstmanshoff and F.G. Schlesinger; Leiden: s.n., in press) [60 pp.]
  • Collegium Theologicum c.s. Quisque Suis Viribus, 1841–2011: Bundel bij het 34e lustrum  (with J.A. de Waal and C. Hoogerwerf; Leiden: s.n., 2011) [115 pp.]

 

IV. MA Theses

  • “Direct Reflexivity in Biblical Hebrew: An Analysis of an Often-Neglected Aspect of Biblical Hebrew Grammar” (Thesis Leiden University, 2011)
  • “MT, LXX, and 4QSama to 2 Samuel 24 and Theories on Literary Editions” (Thesis Leiden University, 2011)
  • “Scribe or Scribbler? An Inquiry into Variant Readings between the Nahum  Pesher from Qumran (4QpNah) and the Massoretic Text of the book of Nahum” (Thesis Leiden University, 2010)

 

V. Professional Presentations

  • “Scribe or Scribbler? Variant Readings in 4QpNah” (Leiden University Institute for Religious Studies, Research Group Antiquities; 16 February 2011)

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