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Doctoral Dissertation Ancient Egyptian Women

Egyptian Women in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt — The Economic and Legal Activities of Women in Demotic Texts

A Dissertation Proposal Presented to The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations by ALEXANDRA A. O'BRIEN

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2016-17

Andrea Creel (Near Eastern Studies)
Connectivity on the Edge of Empire: Movement, Liminality, and Ritual in the Southern Levantine Drylands
Advisor: Benjamin Porter

Eduardo A. Escobar (Near Eastern Studies)
Designated Emphasis in Science and Technology Studies
Technology as Knowledge: Cuneiform Technical Recipes and the Material World
Advisor: Francesca Rochberg

Roy Fisher (Near Eastern Religions)
Matthew as Jewish Bricoleur: An Off-epochal Reading
Advisor: Daniel Boyarin

Martin C. Weber (Near Eastern Studies)
Changing Environments, Social Adaptations, Divergent Trajectories: The Application of Socio-Natural Systems Thinking and Geospatial Modeling to the Late Bronze/IronAge Transition in West-Central Syria, ca. 1350-750 BCE
Advisor: Benjamin Porter

Eyal Bassan (Jewish Studies)
Gestures of Undoing: The Desire for the Neutral in Modern Hebrew Literature
Advisor: Chana Kronfeld

Sarah Frances Levin (Jewish Studies)
Designated Emphasis in Folklore
Narrative Remembrance: Close Encounters between Muslims andJews in Morocco’s Atlas Mountain
Advisors: Charles Briggs and Chana Kronfeld

Joseph Dov Rosen (Jewish Studies)
The Talmudic Zohar: Midrash Ha-Ne'lam and Medieval Jewish Interdisciplinarity
Advisor: Daniel Boyarin

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Enlightening the Skin: Travel, Race and Rabbinic Intertextuality inYiddish Literature 1860-1960
Advisor: Chana Kronfeld

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Retrospectivity as an Ethical Stance: Revisiting the Zionist Dream inIsraeli Fiction and Film
Advisor: Chana Kronfeld

2015-16

Anna Cruz (Near Eastern Studies)
Modes of Loss: al-Andalus in the Arabic Poetic Imagination
Advisor: Muhammad Siddiq

Yedidya Etzion (Near Eastern Studies)
Philo of Alexandria’s Jewish Law: Uncovering the Foundations of a Second-Temple System of Jewish Law
Advisor: Daniel Boyarin

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Advisor: Chana Kronfeld

2014-15

Antonietta Catanzariti (NES), Curator Fellow, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.
The Archaeology of Economic Systems in the Central Levant during the Middle Bronze Age: A Case study from Kamid el-Loz (Lebanon)
Advisors: Benjamin Porter and Marian Feldman

Rachel A. Friedman (NES), Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Classical and Pre-Modern Arabic literature, Williams College.
Clarity, Communication, and Interpretability: Theorizing Language in al-Bāqillānī’s (d. 1013) I‘jāz al-Qur'ān and Uṣūl al-Fiqh Texts
Advisor: Margaret Larkin

Ruth Haber (Jewish Studies)
Rabbis on the Road: Exposition En Route in Classical Rabbinic Texts
Advisor: Daniel Boyarin

Elizabeth Claire Saylor (NES), Visiting Assistant Professor of Arabic, Bard College.
A Bridge Too Soon: The Life and Works of 'Afifa Karam: the First Arab American Woman Author
Advisor: Margaret Larkin

2013-14

Samad Josef Alavi (NES), Acting Assistant Professor, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization, University of Washington.
The Poetics of Commitment in Modern Persian: A Case of Three Revolutionary Poets in Iran
Advisor: Wali Ahmadi

Christian Andre Crisostomo (NES), Assistant Professor of Assyriology, University of Michigan.
Bilingual Education and Innovations in Scholarship: The Old Babylonian Word List Izi
Advisor: Niek Veldhuis

Amy Genevive Dibley (NER), Adjunct Professor, Rockford University, Religious Studies Department.
Abraham’s Uncircumcised Children: The Enochic Precedent for Paul’s Paradoxical Claim in Galatians 3:29
Advisor: LeAnn Flesher

Lissette Marie Jimenez (NES), Visiting lecturer, Department of Near Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley.
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Advisor: Carol Redmount

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Advisor: Carol Redmount

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Advisors: Marian Feldman and Francesca Rochberg

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Advisor: Chana Kronfeld

Yosefa Raz (Jewish Studies), Post Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto.
Weak Prophecy: Recasting Prophetic Power in the Classical Hebrew Prophets and in Their Modern Reception
Advisor: Ron Hendel

David Michel Rosenberg-Wohl (Jewish Studies)
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Advisor: Erich Gruen

Kevin Lewis Schwartz (NES), Social Science Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow for Transregional Research, Roshan Institute of Persian Studies, University of Maryland.
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Advisor: Wali Ahmadi

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Advisor: Niek Veldhuis

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Advisor: Daniel Boyarin

2012-13

Constance Ellen Gane (NES), Assistant Professor of Archaeology and Old Testament, Curator, Siegfried H. Horn Archaeological Museum, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan.
Composite Beings in Neo-Babylonian Art
Advisor: David Stronach

Ahmed Zildzic (NES), Associate Research Fellow, Oriental Institute, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia.
The Friend and Foe: The Early Ottoman Reception of Ibn 'Arabi
Advisor: Hamid Algar

2012

Dana DePietro (NES), Executive Director and Curator, Sun Gallery, Hayward, California.
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Advisor: Marian Feldman

Cristina Rhiannon Graybill (NES), Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Rhodes College, Memphis Tennessee.
Men in Travail: Masculinity and the Problems of the Body in the Hebrew Prophets
Advisor: Robert Alter

Alison Lori Joseph (NES)
The Portrait of the Kings and the Historiographical Poetics of the Deuteronomistic Historian
Advisor: Ronald Hendel

Anaita Khudonazar (NES), Postdoctoral Fellow, The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, Stanford University.
Generational Politics: Narratives of Power in Central Asia’s Visual Culture
Advisor: Margaret Larkin

Elizabeth Joanna Minor (NES), Development Associate, Phoebe A. Hearst Musrum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.
The Use of Egyptian and Egyptianizing Material Culture in Nubian Burials of the Classic Kerma Period
Advisor: Carol Redmount

Barbara Ann Richter (NES), Visiting lecturer, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
The Theology of Hathor of Dendera: Aural and Visual Scribal Techniques in the Per-wer Sanctuary
Advisors: Jacco Dieleman and Carol Redmount

Samuel Frank Thrope (Jewish Studies), Golda Meir postdoctoral fellow at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
Contradictions and Vile Utterances: The Zoroastrian Critique of Judaism in the Škand Gumānīg Wizār
Advisor: Martin Schwartz

2011

Moeen Afnani (NES)
Unraveling the Mystery of the Hidden Treasure: The Origin and Development of a Hadith Qudsi and its Application in Sufi Doctrine
Advisor: Hamid Algar

Laurent Dissard (NES), Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities, Lecturer, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania.
Submerged Stories on the Sidelines of Science: Archaeology and Politics on the Margins of the Keban Dam Rescue Project (1966-1975) in Eastern Turkey

Advisor: Marian Feldman

Stephanie Langin-Hooper (NES), Assistant Professor, Bowling Green State University, Ohio.
Beyond Typology: Investigating Entanglements of Difference and Exploring Object-Generated Social Interactions in the Terracotta Figurines of Hellenistic Babylonia
Advisor: Marian Feldman

Hasan Karatas (NES), Assistant Professor, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota.
The City as a Historical Actor: The Urbanization and Ottomanization of the Halvetiye Sufi Order by the city of Amasya in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
Advisor: Hamid Algar

Zvi Septimus (Jewish Studies), Anne Tanenbaum Post-Doctoral fellow at the University of Toronto.
The Poetic Superstructure of the Babylonian Talmud and the Reader It Fashions. Eastern European Jewish Culture and the Re-imagination of Folk Performance
Advisor: Daniel Boyarin

Zehavit Stern (Jewish Studies), University Research Lecturer, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford.
Eastern European Jewish Culture and the Re-imagination of Folk Performance
Advisor: Robert Alter

2010

Cindy Lee Ausec (NER), Faculty, Zaytuna College, California.
Gods Who Hear Prayers: Popular Piety or Kingship in Three Theban Monuments of New Kingdom Egypt
Advisor: Carol Redmount

Mona El Sherif (NES), Assistant Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, The University of Miami.
Cairo-Paris: The Urban Imaginary of the Self
Advisor: Margaret Larkin

Karin Roberta Kroenke (NES)
A Comprehensive Study of Tomb Models and Serving Statuettes Dating from the Late Old Kingdom to the Late Middle Kingdom
Advisor: Carol Redmount

Jean Li, Jean (NES), Assistant Professor, Department of History, Ryerson University, Canada.
Elite Theban Women in the Eighth-Sixth Centuries BCE in Egypt: Status, Identity and Mortuary Practice
Advisor: Carol Redmount

2009

Mark Anthony Avila (NES)
Treading Upon Snakes: The Sumerian and Akkadian Snake Incantations from the Ur III to the Old Babylonian Periods
Advisor: Niek Veldhuis

Catherine F. Foster (NES)
Household Archaeology and the Uruk Phenomenon: A Case Study from Kenan Tepe, Turkey
Advisor: Marian Feldman

Nathalie Khankan (NES)
Breathing Sun-Drenched Horizons: The Possibility of Poetry in Post-Oslo Palestine
Advisor: Margaret Larkin

Sabrina Sonia Maras (NES)
Iconography, Identity and Inclusion: the Winged Disk and Royal Power under Darius the Great
Advisor: David Stronach

Seyed Shahabedin Mesbahi (NES)
The Reception of Ibn 'Arabi's School of Thought by Kubrawi Sufis
Advisor: Hamid Algar

Shih, Shang Ying (NES)
New Approaches to Ancient Egyptian Visual Culture -- A Case Study: Ramesside Queens at the Nexus of Gender, Sexuality, and Spectatorship
Advsor: Carol Redmount

2008

Brian Ashley Brown (NES)
Monumentalizing identities: North Syrian urbanism, 1200-800 BCE

Michael T. T. Castori (NER)
"Israel and the Nations" in the Mekhilta of Rabbi Ishmael and Origen's Homilies on Exodus: A study in biblical interpretation

Eliyahu Stern (Jewish Studies)
Elijah of Vilna and the making of modern rabbinic Judaism

Julia Watts Belser (Jewish Studies)
Between the human and the holy: The construction of Talmudic theology in Massekhet Ta’anit

Cyrus Ali Zargar (NES)
Aesthetic principles of Islamic mysticism: Beauty and the human form in the writings of Ibn 'Arabi and 'Iraqi

2007

Ali, Mukhtar Hussain. Qaysari’s Muqaddima to his Sharh Fusus al-hikam: A translation of the first five chapters together with a commentary on some of their themes.

Codella, Kim Christopher. Achaemenid monumental gateways at Pasargadae, Susa and Persepolis.

Liebhaber, Samuel Joseph. Bedouins without Arabic: Language, poetry and the Mahra of Southeast Yemen.

Medoff, Louis Abraham. Ijtihad and renewal in Qur’anic Hermeneutics: An analysis of Muhammad Husayn Tabataba’i’s al-Mizan fi Tafsir al-Qur’an

Neale, Harry Stuart. Sufism, godliness and popular Islamic storytelling in Farid al-Din ‘Attar’s Tadkiratu-l-‘awliya’.

Nitschke, Jessica Lynn Nager. Perceptions of culture: Interpreting Greco-Near Eastern hybridity in the Phoenician homeland.

2006

Alvarez-Mon, Javier. The Arjan tomb: At the crossroads between the Elamite and the Persian empires.

Ayvazian, Alina. Urartian glyptic: New perspectives.

Farrin, Raymond Kenneth. Reading beyond the line: Organic unity in classical Arabic poetry.

Finkin, Jordan David. "Jewish discourse" and the Hebraic subtext in the development of Yiddish literature and culture.

Kadhim, Abbas K. Politics and theology of Imami Shi’a in Baghdad in the 5th/11th century.

Kann, Nitsa. Kabbaliterature: Post/modern Hebrew literature and its kabbalistic precursors.

Kiser-Go, Deanna. A stylistic and iconographic analysis of private post-Amarna period tombs at Thebes.

Mendoza, Barbara. Everlasting servants of the gods: Bronze priests of ancient Egypt from the Middle Kingdom to the Graeco-Roman period.

Millstein, Henry Morrison. Embodying empire: Rabbinic and early Christian representations of Roman power.

Saleh, Heidi. Investigating ethnic and gender identities as expressed on wooden funerary stelae from the Libyan period (c. 1069-715 B.C.E.) in Egypt.

2005

Collins, William Frederick. Cultural transmission, exchange and complex society in late fourth and early third millennium BCE inland West Syria.

Davaran, Fereshteh. Continuity in Iranian identity: A study of Andarz and Adab.

Jalali, Bahar. Afghanistan: 1963-1973.

Mousavi, Seyed Ali. The central Alborz region in the second millennium B.C.: An inter-regional study of archaeological patterns and possible interpretations.

2004

Angali, Koorosh. The Angali dialect.

Dolgopolskii, Serguei Boris. The rhetoric of the Talmud in the perspective for post-structuralism.

Havrelock, Rachel Sharon. The Jordan River: Crossing a biblical boundary.

Pettigrew, Mark Fraser. The wonders of the ancients: Arab-Islamic representations of ancient Egypt.

Radwan, Noha Mohamed. Redefining the canon: Shi'r al-'Ammiyya and modernism in Arabic poetry.

2003

Kaiser, Kevin Robert. Water, milk, beer and wine for the living and the dead: Egyptian and Syro-Palestinian Bes-vessels from the New Kingdom through the Graeco-Roman Period.

MacGregor, Sherry Lou. Women in the Neo-Assyrian world: Visual and textual evidence from palace and temple.

2002

Bazian, Hatem Ahmad. Al-Quds in Islamic consciousness: A textual survey of Muslim claims and rights to the sacred city.

Nassiri, Giv. Turco-Persian civilization and the role of scholar's travel and migration in its elaboration and continuity.

Nikaido, Scott Ken. Intertextuality and ideology in the Hagar narratives.

Sandel, Margaret Anne. Understanding religions language: An integrated approach to meaning.

Seeman, Christopher Joseph. Rome and Judaea in transition.

Sheldon, Linda Jean. The Book of Job as Hebrew theodicy: An ancient Near Eastern
inter-textual conflict between law and cosmology.

2001

Bonogofsky, Michelle A. An osteo-archaeological examination of the ancestor cult during the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Period in the Levant.

Daum, Robert Alan. Describing Yavneh: The foundational traditions of rabbinic Judaism.

Dreyfus, Renee Beller. A purely Assyrian art: Ivories carved in the ‘Assyrian style'.

Ghanimati, Soroor. Kuh-e Khwaja: A major Zoroastrian temple complex in Sistan.

Hamdouni Alami, Mohammed. Al-Bayan wa l-Bunyan: Meaning, poetics, and politics in early Islamic architecture.

Kadish, Ruti. Mothers and soldiers: Israeli lesbian and gay negotiations of Jewish, national, and sexual identity.

Margalit, Natan. Life containing texts: The Mishnah's discourse of gender, a literary/anthropological analysis.

Oblath, Michael David. The Exodus itinerary sites: Their location from the perspective of the biblical sources.

Pinsker, Shachar Mordechai. "Old wine in new flasks": Rabbinic intertexts and the making of modernist Hebrew fiction.

2000

Alauddeen, Hashim Ali. The Martyrdom of Imam Husayn at Karbala: Ziyarat and Interpretations.

Chaver, Yael. "What must be forgotten": Yiddish literature in Zionist Palestine.

Demos, Catherine Ann. Towards a chronology of Sasanian stamp sealings: A statistical analysis of the bullae from Qasr-i Abu Nasr, Iran.

Hoffman, Matthew B. Reclaiming Jesus and the construction of modern Jewish culture.

Leveen, Adriane Beth. Monumental tasks: The problem of memory in the book of Numbers.

Ludlow, Jared Warner. A narrative critical study of the two Greek Recensions of "The Testament of Abraham".

Medoff, Louis Abraham. A survey of the history of Islam in China.

Miller, Brian Allan. The lover's way: A critical comparison of the Nazm al-suluk by Ibn al-Farid with the Qasidih-yi Varga’iyyih by Baha’ullah.

Nakanishi, Yumiko. The art of Miran: A Buddhist site in the kingdom of Shanshan.

Stewart, David Tabb. Ancient sexual laws: Text and intertext of the biblical Holiness Code and Hittite Law.

Tzamir, Hamutal. The Israeli statehood generation and women's poetry in the fifties and sixties: Poetry, gender and the nation-state.

1999

Barbanes, Eleanor. Heartland and province: Urban and rural settlement in the Neo-Assyrian Empire.

Goodarzi-Tabrizi, Shoki. The worked bone remains of Hallan Cemi Tepesi, an early Neolithic site in Southeastern Turkey.

Kroenke, Karin Roberta. Type II river crafts: Description and classification of ancient Egyptian model boats of the first intermediate period through the New Kingdom.

Ross, Jennifer Carol. The golden ruler: Precious metals and political development in the third millennium B.C. Near East.

Wong, Diana Pickworth. Stamp seals of the ancient Yemen.

Yaqub, Nadia Gail. Drinking from the well of poetry: Tradition, composition, and identity in the oral Palestinian poetry duel.

1998

Angali, Koorosh. Afsan i buz ud muy: 'The fable of the goat and the date-palm'.

Brookes, Douglas Scott. Tables of delicacies concerning the rules of social gatherings: An annotated translation of Gelibolulu Mustafa Ali’s Meva’idu’n- Nefa’is fi Kava’idi’l-Mecalis.

Hildenbrand, Michael Dean. Structure and theology in the holiness code.

Simonds, Matthew Wiley. Ali b. Maymun: An early 16th Century Sufi saint and critic of the Ulama with an edition of Alwan al-Hamawi’s Mujli al-huzn an al-mahzun fi manaqib al-shaykh al-sayyid al-sharif Abi al-Hasan Ali b. Maymun.

1997

Estes, Allen Leland. Enforcement practices in Ur III Lagash and 18th Century BC Mari.

Johnson, Willis Harrison. Between Christians and Jews: The formation of anti-Jewish stereotypes in Medieval England.

Mehendale, Sanjyot. Begram: New perspectives on the ivory and bone carvings.

Mendoza, Barbara. Iconography and chronological development of the fisherman and fowler in ancient Egyptian tomb painting and relief: A contrast between tomb owner and marsh laborer.

Samman, Antoine. Ancient Syrian society in the age of Iamhad (ca. 2000-1500 B.C.): Archaeological and glyptic studies.

Shih, Shang-Ying. Death in Deir el-Medina: A psychological perspective.

von Schlegell, Barbara Rosenow. Sufism in the Ottoman Arab world: Shaykh ‘Abd al-Ghani al-Nabulusi (d. 1143/1731).

1996

Afshar, Yashar. Cultural and linguistic transition from Sasanian Persia to Islamic Iran.

Greaves, Sheldon Wilde. The power of the word in the ancient Near East.

Seidel, Jonathan Lee. Studies in ancient Jewish magic.

Taheri, Zahra Haghighi. The depiction of women in Persian ethical texts.

Taniguchi, Shoyo. A systematic structure of ethics founded on causal conditionality (paticcasamuppada): Ethics from the pali nikaya textual point of view.

1995

Barbanes, Eleanor Rose. Neo-Assyrian town planning.

Ghanimati, Soroor. Kuh-E Khwaja: A building complex in Sistan.

Noelle-Karimi, Christine. The interaction between state and tribe in nineteenth-century Afghanistan: The reign of Amir Dost Muhammad Khan (1826-1863).

1994

Bonogofsky, Michelle A. Gifts for the Netherworld: Objects excavated from the royal cemetery at Ur.

Codella, Kim Christopher. Distribution of chlorite carved vessels in the third millennium B.C.: Evidence for trade and exchange between Mesopotamia and its eastern neighbors.

Friedman, Renee Frances. Predynastic settlement ceramics of Upper Egypt: A comparative study of the ceramics of Hemamieh, Nagada, and Hierakonpolis.

Moore, Teresa Robin. The Good God Amenhotep: The deified king as a focus of popular religion during the Egyptian New Kingdom

Podzorski, Patricia Victoria. The Northern cemetery at Ballas Upper Egypt: A study of the Middle and Late Predynastic remains.

1993

Astren, Fred David. History, historicization, and historical claims in Karaite Jewish literature.

Fakour, Mehrdad. An Islamic canon of proportion: A study on the depiction of the human form in early Islamic art.

Hayes, Christine Elizabeth. Between the Babylonian and Palestinian Talmuds: Accounting for Halakhic difference in selected Sugyot from Tractate Avodah Zarah.

Nakanishi, Yumiko. Frontality in Parthian art.

Stahl, Nanette. The flawed liminal moment: Between law and narrative in the Bible.

Tsoffar, Ruth. Koshering the body: Female ritual discourse among the San Francisco Bay Area Karaites.

Zorn, Jeffrey Ralph. Tell en-Nasbeh: A re-evaluation of the architecture and stratigraphy of the early Bronze Age, Iron Age and later periods.

1992

Atai, Mohammad Farhad. Sending of Iranian students to Europe 1811-1906.

Bedal, Leigh-Ann. The Neo-Assyrian bracelet: A study of its evolution, function and symbolism.

Bernstein, Marc Steven. The Story of Our Master Joseph: Intertextuality in Judaism and Islam.

Burden, Jeffrey Christopher. The architecture of the White Chapel of Senuseret I: The making of a Middle Kingdom monument.

Edzard, Lutz. Polygenesis and entropy: An alternative model of linguistic evolution applied to Semitic linguistics.

Gane, Roy Edwin. Ritual dynamic structure: Systems theory and ritual syntax applied to selected ancient Israelite, Babylonian and Hittite festival days.

Harrington, Hannah Karajian. The biblical foundations of the impurity systems of the Qumran Sectaries and the Rabbis.

Harrington, Lori Dee. Naga-ed-Der Cemetry 100: A sample of cranial material and its context.

Rattray, Susan. The tense-mood-aspect system of biblical Hebrew, with special emphasis on 1 & 2 Samuel.

Shoemaker, Kenneth Wayne. Speaker and audience participants in Micah: Aspects of prophetic discourse.

Wong, Diana Pickworth. South Arabian bovine stelae: On the function and significance of theomorphic statues from Qataban.

1991

Bikai, Pierre Michel. The cedar of Lebanon: Archaeological and dendrochronological perspectives.

Bolt, Dianna Gail. Burial in an ancient northern Mesopotamian town: The evidence from Tell Mohammed 'Arab.

Chyet, Michael L. "And a thornbush sprang up between them": Studies on Mem u Zin, a Kurdish romance.

Godlas, Alan Arthur. The Ara’is al-bayan: The mystical Qur'anic exegesis of Ruzbihan al-Baqli.

Jamzadeh, Parivash. The Achaemenid throne: Its significance and its legacy.

Knudsen, Joan Ann. A corpus of amulets from Cemetery 500 at El Ahaiwah.

Kuwabara, Toshikazu. The Netherworld in Sumero-Akkadian literature.

Ross, Jennifer Carol. A Late Bronze Age pottery workshop at Hazor.

Snyder, Barbara Wootten. Combat myth in the apocalypse: The liturgy of the Day of the Lord and the dedication of the Heavenly Temple.

Zournatzi, Antigoni. Evagoras I, Athens and Persia: ca. 412 to 387/6 B.C.

1990

Adler, Elaine June. The background for the metaphor of covenant as marriage in the Hebrew Bible.

Gane, Constance Ellen. The worshipper before symbols on selected Neo-Babylonian stamp seals.

Lumsden, Stephen Paul. Symbols of power: Hittite royal iconography in seals.

Marchant, Anne Jones. Old Babylonian tablets from Larsa in the Lowie Museum of Anthropology.

Mosher, Malcolm. The ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead in the Late Period: A study of revisions evident in evolving vignettes, and the possible chronological or geographical implications for differing versions of vignettes.

Roehrig, Catharine Hershey. The Eighteenth Dynasty titles royal nurse (mn't nswt), royal tutor (mn't nswt), and foster brother/sister of the lord of the two lands (sn/sn't mn' n nb t3wy).

Samman, Antoine. The Kingdom of Iamhad: Epigraphic evidence for a major power in the Near East in the first half of the second millennium B.C.

1989

Aston, Barbara G. Ancient Egyptian stone vessels: Materials and forms

Brown, Cheryl Anne. Women in rewritten Bible: Studies in Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum and Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews.

Davis-Kimball, Jeannine. Proportions in Achaemenid art.

Haji-Ahmad, Haji-Mohamad Bohari. The ideas of Wahdat al-Wujud in the poetry of ‘Abd al-Qadir Bidil (Persian), Ibrahim Hakki Erzurumlu (Ottoman Turkish), and Hamzah Fansuri (Malay).

1988

Bertram, Carel Louise. The 1436 Miraj-name as an emblem of a distinctively Turkish Timurid court.

DeYoung, Terri Lynn. And thereby hangs a tale: A study of myth in modern Arabic poetry.

Kirschner, Robert Steven. Baraita d-melekhet ha-mishkan: A critical edition with introduction.

Movassat, Johanna Domela. The large vault at Taq-i Bustan: A study in Late Sassanian royal art.

1987

Capel, Anne Kathleen. The relative status of the Amarna female royalty with an emphasis on Nefertiti.

Hary, Benyamin. Judeo-Arabic, written and spoken in Egypt in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Leibowitz, Joseph H. The image of Job as reflected in rabbinic writings.

1986

Fakour, Mehrdad. An Islamic canon of proportion: Observations on the depiction of the human figure in early Islamic art.

Hartwig, Melinda Kay. Proportional grids as geometrical reflections of style: An analysis of the first intermediate period stelae of Naga ed-Deir.

LaBarbera, Robert Dennis. Social and religious satire in the Elisha cycle.

Sabbahy, Fattah Mohammed. Prelude to empire: Ancient Egyptian military policy and activity in the early New Kingdom.

1985

Rispler, Vardit. Insurance in the world of Islam: Origins, problems and current practice.

Slyomovics, Susan Eve. The merchant of art: An Egyptian Hilali oral epic in performance.

1984

Ben-Dov, Nitza. The dream as a junction of theme and characterization in the psychological fiction of S.Y. Agnon.

Bolt, Dianna Gail. The analysis and interpretation of mortuary remains: Cemeteries of the early period at Ur.

Farman-Farmaian, Massoumeh. Elamite cylinder seals.

Green, Heidi Anne. Artistic expressions of charismatic, traditional and rational political authority in Mesopotamian Imperial art: The Old Akkadian Empire, the Second Dynasty of Lagash, the Ur III Period.

Omidsalar, Mahmoud. Oedipus complex in the Shahnameh: Textual, folkloristic, and psychoanalytical studies on the national Persian epic.

Weinberger, James William. The rise of Muslim cities in Sogdia, 700-1220.

Wright, David Pearson. The disposal of impurity in the priestly writings of the Bible with reference to similar phenomena in Hittite and Mesopotamian cultures.

Zournatzi, Antigoni. Darius I and Behistun: Near Eastern kingship from an Achaemenid perspective.

1983

Unterman, Jeremiah. The relationship of repentance to redemption in Jeremiah.

Gordon, Andrew Hunt. The context and meaning of the ancient Egyptian word "inw" from the Proto-Dynastic Period to the end of the New Kingdom.

Zorn, Jeffrey Ralph. The Jezreel valley during the Late Bronze Age.

1982

Podzorski, Patricia Victoria. A descriptive summary of the human skeletal remains from the early predynastic cemetery N7000, Naga-ed-Der, Egypt.

Ricks, Stephen David. A lexicon of epigraphic Qatabanian.

Simons, Sandra Kay. A structural study of expanded verbal bases in Egyptian.

Sowayan, Saad Abdullah. Nabati poetry: The oral poetry of Arabia.

Zeidan, Joseph Tufeek. Women novelists in modern Arabic literature.

1981

Davies, Humphrey Taman. Seventeenth-century Egyptian Arabic: A profile of the colloquial material in Yusuf al-Sirbini's Hazz al-Quhuf fi Sarh Qasid Abi Saduf.

1980

Green, Barbara. A study of field and seed symbolism in the biblical story of Ruth.

Nelson, Kristina. The art of reciting the Qur'an.

Pirnazar, Jaleh. Political movements and organizations in Iran, 1890-1953.

1979

Kikawada, Isaac M. Literary conventions connected with antediluvian historiography in the ancient Near East.

Lee, Thomas Robert. Studies in the form of Sirach (Ecclesiasticus) 44-50.

Salib, Maurice Boulos. Spoken literary Arabic: Oral approximation of literary Arabic in Egyptian formal discourse.

1978

Bowman, Charles H. The goddess ‘Anatu in the ancient Near East.

Flattery, David Stophlet. Haoma

Dobel, Allan George. The location of Washshukanni: An analysis of archaeological and textual source materials.

Perlman, Alice Lenore. Asherah and Astarte in the Old Testament and Ugaritic literatures.

Molan, Peter D. Medieval western Arabic: Reconstructing elements of the dialects of Al-Andalus, Sicily and North Africa from the lahn al-‘ummah literature.

Vittor, Charles Frank. The Herat school: Persian poetry in the Timurid period.

Wold, Donald John. The meaning of the biblical penalty kareth.

1977

Halperin, David Joel. Merkabah and ma'aesh merkabah, according to rabbinic sources.

Schub, Michael B. Linguistic topics in Al-Zamachshari's commentary on the Qur'an.

1975

Hecker, Judith Katz. Reason and responsibility: An explanatory translation of Kitab al-tawlid from al-Mughni fi abwab al-tawhid wa-l-‘adi by Qadi ‘Abd al-Jabbar al-Hamadhani, with introduction and notes.

Siddiqi, Mohammed Moazzam. An examination of the Indo-Persian mystical poet Mirza ‘Abdul Qadir Bedil with particular reference to his chief work ‘Irfan.

1974

Busul, As’ad Namir. Sheikh Muhammad Rashid Rida's political activities: A struggle for the revival of an Orthodox (Salafi) Islamic state.

Foxvog, Daniel Allan Jr. The Sumerian ventive.

Saliba, George Asad. The technical chronology of Bar Shinaya.

1973

Caspi, Mishael. Oh my beloved, my wish and my desire: On redemption, messianism, and love in Yemenite poetry.

Cooper, Richard Stefan. Ibn Mammati's rules for the ministries: Translation with commentary of the Qawanin al-Dawawin.

Zevit, Ziony. Studies in biblical poetry and vocabulary in their northwestern Semitic setting.

1967

Schwartz, Martin. Studies in the texts of the Sogdian Christians.

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