Dear Dr. Koltun-Fromm,
It is a remarkable coincidence that your name would appear on my computer
I am afraid I do not have the expertise to know how to help in your
request. However, I will circulate the message to a couple of friends who
may have suggestions.
In the meantime, I read a notice of your Stanford doctorate in one of the
periodicals (it may have been MESA or the International Journal of Middle
I am book review editor for the JOURNAL OF ASSYRIAN ACADEMIC STUDIES, and
the title "Jewish Christian Relatioons in Northern Mesopotamia before the
Arab Conquest", so intrigued me that I sought to borrow a copy from
InterLibrary loans. Alas, I was told that Stanford does not loan out their
Do you have any suggestions along these lines? If you should have a copy
which might be mailed to me for a limited period, I would be most eager to
pay all shipment costs, and I would also promise to return the work within
a specified dateline (such as two weeks, for example).
Thanks very much for your consideration.
At 04:39 PM 06/05/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>I am in need of a good, user-friendly (ie not too many diacritics, etc)
>transliteration style-guide for Syriac that is acceptable for most
>scholarly journals. Any suggestions?
>Naomi Koltun-Fromm, PhD office: 610-896-4975
>Dept of Religion home: 610-645-8324
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