Dear hugoyoye, This is a reminder about the upcoming Hugoye Conference 2013: Garshunography in the Syriac Tradition, which will be held June 20-22 at RutgersMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 4View SourceDear hugoyoye,
This is a reminder about the upcoming Hugoye Conference 2013: Garshunography in the Syriac Tradition, which will be held June 20-22 at Rutgers University and Beth Mardutho. If you are planning on coming, please register through our website:
Note that registration is FREE for Bnay Beth Mardutho members and reduced for current students.
We have an excellent line up of Syriac scholars from around the world, speaking on many aspects of Garshuni writing (see list below). We think that this will be a very informative and interesting conference, and we hope that many of you will be able to attend.
List of speakers and topics:
Sebastian Brock (University of Oxford): Greek and Latin GarÅ«nÄ« Texts
Aaron Butts (Yale University): Theoretical Aspects of GarÅ«nÄ«
Khalid Dinno (University of Toronto): The Deir al-Za'farÄn and Mardin GarÅ«nÄ« Archive
Wolfhart Heinrichs (Harvard University): Ottoman GarÅ«nÄ«
George A. Kiraz (Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute): `Garshunography': Terminology and Properties
Adam McCollum (HMML): Towards a Realistic Presentation of Arabic Written in Syriac Script, with Some Remarks on Editing Texts from GarÅ«nÄ« Manuscripts
Alessandro Mengozzi (University of Torino): The Sureth Poet Thomas Tektek Sindjari and his Kurdish Works
Joseph Moukarzel (USEK): Maronite GarÅ«nÄ« Texts
Istvan Perczel (Central European University): Malayalam GarÅ«nÄ«: a witness to an early stage of Indian Christian literature
Hidemi Takahashi (University of Tokyo): Armenian GarÅ«nÄ«
Peter Zieme (Germany): Turkish texts in Syriac writing - Destiny and decipherment of manuscripts