Yitzhak de Lange Frank Peretz van Raalte. Sculptures and Paintings Bezavit Acheret. Globes - HaErev magazine, Hebrew Author: Pnai Plus, Hebrew Author: Zach, Nathan 25 December, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 19 June, Artists: Rabinovitch, Osnat 2 May, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 5 January, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 12 January, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew Author: Sheffi, Smadar 27 January, Artists: Benhamou, Yonith 28 January, Goldfine, Gil 29 January, Artists: Hoffman, Carl 29 January, Zur, Ouzi 29 January, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 29 January, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 29 January, Haaretz - Culture and literature, Hebrew Author: Zur, Ouzi 12 February, Amir, Yonatan 12 February, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 17 February, Dvir, Noam 17 February, Rotem, Tamar 21 February, Artistic by design Haaretz, English Author: Saar, Yuval 23 February, Artists: Breaking the sound barrier Haaretz, English Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 24 February, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 26 February, Yediot Eilat, Hebrew Author: Guilat, Yael 28 February, Artists: Harman, Danna 1 March, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 4 March, Artists: Burg, Avital 4 March, Ajayi, Akin 12 March, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 14 March, Burg, Avital 17 March, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 18 March, Yediot Rishon, Hebrew Author: Peep show Haaretz - 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City Mouse, Hebrew Author: Zur, Ouzi 9 July, Sheffi, Smadar 9 July, Artists: Sela, Maya 12 July, Sheffi, Smadar 13 July, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 16 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 23 July, Burg, Avital 28 July, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 29 July, Artists: Makor Rishon - Shabbat, Hebrew Author: Zur, Ouzi 30 July, Artists: When damaged is beautiful Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 30 July, Artists: Sperber, David 31 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 2 August, Abraham, Barbara 4 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 5 August, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 6 August, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 12 August, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 13 August, Sheffi, Smadar 13 August, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 16 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 17 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 17 August, Burg, Avital 18 August, Artists: Barak, Zuzana 20 August, Amir, Yonatan 20 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 20 August, Gilerman, Dana 22 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 25 August, Yahav, Gallia 26 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 26 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 26 August, Saar, Yuval 26 August, Amir, Yonatan 27 August, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 27 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 27 August, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 1 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 1 September, Saar, Yuval 1 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 1 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 2 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 2 September, Kolbo - City Mouse, Hebrew 3 September, Yediot Netanya, Hebrew 3 September, Artists: Constructive, destructive and deconstructive critiques How was the book received by the dozens of wonderful critics?
Menachem Perry, Ynet, Israel Bartal, Yediot Aharonot, 9. But — as expected — there were also attacks. Hagai Hitron gave the following telling verdict: One of the most perspicacious comments was made by Ordan: Does funny Zipper, by any chance, suggest that an Israeli living in Australia does not have the right to say anything about the Israeli language?
Having mentioned Australia, what lessons could one draw from the revival in the Promised Land to current revival attempts of no-longer spoken Aboriginal languages in the Lucky Country? Firstly, given that the Hebrew revivalists, who wished to speak pure Hebrew, failed in their purism prism, it is simply hard to imagine more successful revival attempts — for the following reasons: I therefore predict that any attempt to revive an Aboriginal language will result in a hybrid.
That is of course not to say that we should not revive dead languages and cultures. My research on the transition from ancient Hebrew to new Israeli should encourage Aboriginal leaders and revival linguists to be more realistic about their goals, and can share with them crucial linguistic insights about what components of language are more revivable than others. Words and conjugations, for example, are easier to revitalize than intonation, associations and connotations.
Some Aboriginal people distinguish between usership and ownership. I even have a friend who claimed that he owned a language although he only knew one single word in it, namely its name. Israeli Hebrew is a spoken language, 'reinvented' over the course of the twentieth century. It has responded to the social demands of the newly emerging state, as well as to escalating globalization, with a vigorously developing lexicon, enriched by multiple foreign language contacts.
In this detailed and rigorous study, the author provides a principled classification of neologisms, their semantic fields and the roles of source languages, along with a sociolinguistic study of purists' and ordinary native speakers' attitudes towards lexical enrichment. His analysis of the tension between linguistic creativity and the preservation of a distinct language identity takes the discussion beyond the case of Israeli, through innovative comparisons with Revolutionized Turkish, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Yiddish, Estonian, Swahili, pidgins and creoles, and other languages.
At the beginning of the third millennium, our world is characterized by worldwide communication and the vast distribution of technological and 'talknological' devices. The mobility of the word respects no borders and the extent of that mobility may not be paralleled even in future less heterogeneous generations. The study of the modes and dynamics of language contact could hardly be more timely.
Contents Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction 1. New Perspectives on Lexical Enrichment 2. The Case of Israeli: Addition of Sememe Versus Introduction of Lexeme 4. The Source Languages 7.
Conclusions and Theoretical Implications Appendix: It is especially timely in the present historical context of rapid globalization and linguistic inter-influence.
Zuckermann demonstrates a mastery of European and Hebrew lexicography In addition to developing a rigorous analytical framework, he offers many detailed word and compound histories and carves out a well-defined position on issues of much significance.
Moreover, any layman who loves words will find it absorbing and entertaining Zuckermann's attention to details has made the work a mini-encyclopaedia, much in the tradition of Jewish scholarship.
Generally, his etymologies are well thought out and set a standard for current and future research. Jerusalem — Tel Aviv: The Academy of the Hebrew Language. The Complete Hebrew-English Dictionary. Tel Aviv — Jerusalem: A Guide to the Pronunciation of Classical Latin. Tel Aviv — Jerusalem — Ramat Gan: Ministry of Defence — Society for the Protection of Nature. The Personal Computers Magazine Historical and Comparative Linguistics.
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Sviluppando una struttura basata su un'analisi rigorosa, offre molte etimologie dettagliate di vocaboli ed espressioni , come pure fornisce una posizione ben specifica su temi di alto valore.
Non credo che esista un'universita' italiana che non lo inserisca negli scaffali della sua biblioteca perche' e' effettivamente un patrimonio culturale obbligatorio e - come gli altri lavori del Professor Zuckermann - e' molto approfondito, fondamentale originale e scritto in modo affascinante per tutti, e specialmente per i linguisti ed i filologi.
This volume is divided into ten chapters and two parts: Cushitic, Berber, Semitic, Omotic In all HEC languages except Sidaama, negation is indicated by negative suffixes on verbal or non-verbal predicates.
In Sidaama, the negative morpheme is a proclitic, the host of which is not necessarily the predicate. After a short typological profile of the HEC languages sketched in section 2, section 3 shows which negative morphemes are used in which clause types. The subsequent sections 3. The negation of converb clauses is examined in section 3. Relative clause negation is dealt with in section 3.
A short excursus on the means of negating verbal nouns is found in section 3. In section 4, the division of labour of the negative morphemes in the individual HEC languages is compared and diachronic issues are addressed. Section 5 discusses how the analysis of negation can contribute to our understanding of the internal relationships in HEC. These Berber reconstructions are probably not without influence on our understanding of remaining elements of ancient stages still maintained in other Afroasiatic branches, and, in general, of structural features that are supposed to be proto-Afroasiatic, as well as of the evolution this family has undergone.
Now, how do the proto-Afroasiatic and its evolution appear at the point where Berber reconstructions are available? For reasons of clarity and to lay out some steps to facilitate productive discussions, I would like to answer this question in the form of a set of concise points.
The leading semantic account on constructs, namely the one which treats constructs as individuals of type e , here referred to as the Individual approach, succeeds in accounting for the ban on the definite determiner semantically. However, it encounters fundamental difficulties with constructs composing with adjectives. The chapter shows that these are difficulties which the predicate approach easily overcomes. However, establishing that constructs are predicates and abandoning the individual approach leave a supporter of the predicate approach with the task of explaining the ban on the definite determiner without resorting to type mismatch.
To resolve this, and following a phrasal movement of a projection containing both Head and Non-Head to SpecD for definite phrases and Spec for indefinite phrases, this chapter proposes an explanation on the ban on the occurrence of definite determiners on the head of a construct by the unavailability of a head noun in D that allows the determiner to be realised.
According to the Babylonian Talmud Megila 3a , this translation is attributed to Onqelos the Convert. According to research, however, the identity, time, and place of the translation are not definite.
He converted to Judaism in the early second century AD. While the majority believe that each translation was made by a different individual, a minority claim that one individual made both translations. Targum Onqelos is a literal-semantic translation of the majority of Pentateuch verses, closely adhering to the Hebrew text without deviations, additions, or omissions.
This Chapter discusses three types of Pentateuch verses for which the Targum Onqelos deviates from the typical literal mode of translation. CHAPTER 6, Addressing Strangers in Riyadh, proposes that when addressing an adult Saudi male stranger, the terms that are used depend on the sex of the speaker, his age and the situation surrounding the interaction. In normal situations, where the address mode is formal, male speakers across all age groups usually use the terms ax brother, and its derivatives and ash-shaix sheikh for the function of addressing adult males.
This difference between adults and teenagers may indicate an increased level of politeness that comes as one ages and as one becomes more exposed to different types of addressee.
However, this variation could also be the beginning of a shift in what is perceived as polite in the Riyadh society. Working females and housewives usually use the terms axu-i my brother and walad boy, especially with younger males while younger females usually use axu-i my brother and law samaht excuse me. In situations marked with anger or annoyance male speakers usually use the term abu ash-shabab father of youths but may prefer the terms axu-i my brother and abu-i my father if they want to maintain a polite demeanor.
Terms like walad boy and hih or hoh hey you , however, are considered extremely impolite if used to address adult male strangers by other males. Based on linguistic evidence, analysis is carried out to delineate the similarities and differences between the three concepts. The results demonstrate similarities in how ordinary native English speakers, Muslim Arabs, and native Israeli speakers categorize these beings, as well as what they think about their number, nature, and relation with people.
Differences emerge when discussing where these beings live, whether or not there is a hierarchy among them, what they look like or how they are visualized, and how they are different from human beings. One of the implications of this chapter is the limit of translation. The aim of the chapter is to present new etymologies in addition to those Omotic lexemes whose etymologies have already been demonstrated by other authors.
The numeration of the lexical entries is continuous beginning from the very first paper II: Language, Religion and Identity. The Lexical Influence of … , How to protect language diversity in the world is a hotly discussed topic in linguistic research This study investigates the relationship between Tibetan language vitality and language users' identity in Maketang and Huazangsi Tibetan Autonomy County. On the basis of empirical data, the study suggests that there are no strong, positive correlations between Tibetan language vitality and the speakers' language identity or with their language activities and inclinations.
However, pragmatic matters constitute an important factor that influences speakers' activities and inclinations. These findings can be explained by conflicting functions performed by language: Bilingual or multilingual education can fulfill a useful role in balancing these two language functions. As a result of the evidence in this study, we argue that language protection cannot preserve both language vitality and language identity, and that, therefore, language protection should pay more attention to issues of language identity rather than to issues of language vitality.
This paper proposes the enactment of an ex gratia compensation scheme for loss of Indigenous lang Existing grant schemes to support Aboriginal languages are inadequate, and they should be complemented with compensation schemes, which are based on a claim of right. The proposed compensation scheme for the loss of Aboriginal languages should support the effort to reclaim and revive the lost languages.
We first outline the history of linguicide during colonisation in Australia. We then put a case for reviving lost Aboriginal languages by highlighting the benefits of language revival.
Zuckermann, Ghil'ad and Walsh, Michael Lessons from the Hebrew Rev By comparison, language revival movements in Australia are in their infancy. This article provides comparative insights and makes information about the Hebrew revival accessible to Australian linguists and Aboriginal revival activists.
Needless to say, the first stage of any desire by professional linguists to assist in language reawakening must involve a long period of thoroughly observing, carefully listening to the people, learning, mapping and characterizing the specific indigenous community. Only then can one inspire and assist. That said, this article proposes that there are linguistic constraints applicable to all revival attempts. Mastering them would be useful to endangered languages in general and to Aboriginal linguistic revival in particular.
This article contributes towards the establishment of Revival Linguistics, a new linguistic discipline and paradigm. Revival linguistics inter alia explores the universal constraints and mechanisms involved in language reclamation, renewal and revitalization. It draws perspicacious comparative insights from one revival attempt to another, thus acting as an epistemological bridge between parallel discourses in various local attempts to revive sleeping tongues all over the globe.
My sons ought to study mathematics and philosophy, geography, natural history, naval architecture, navigation, commerce, and agriculture, in order to give their children a right to study painting, poetry, music, architecture, statuary, tapestry, and porcelain. Previous revival efforts have largely failed for obvious reasons, we are not going to single out specific failures here. While there have been some good results from several projects since e. Kaurna, see below , Aboriginal people overall do not see as many positive outcomes from revival programmes as they would like.
In large part this is the result of shortage of sufficient continuity of funding, lack of technical expertise, and lack of integration of school-based programmes with community language programmes. However, there are purely linguistic reasons too: