To mark the retirement of John F. A. Sawyer, Professor of Religious Studies in the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, colleagues and former students from around the world have contributed studies on his areas of interest: the study of Hebrew, the books of the Jewish Bible, and the culture and traditions of Judaism. The essayists consider not simply the origin of the meaning of word and text, but also the many and strange ways in which word and text become transposed, re-oriented and often enough traduced by later interests and purposes. The roll call of scholars reads: Philip Alexander, Francis Andersen, Graeme Auld, Calvin Carmichael, Robert Carroll, David Clines, Richard Coggins, Jon Davies, Philip Davies, James Dunn, John Elwolde, John Gibson, Graham Harvey, Peter Hayman, Dermot Killingley, Jonathan Magonet, Robert Morgan, Takamitsu Muraoka, Christopher Rowland, Deborah Sawyer, Clyde Curry Smith, Max Sussman, William Telford, Marc Vervenne, Wilfred Watson, Keith Whitelam and Isabel Wollaston.Essays in Honour of John F.A. Sawyer Jon Davies, Graham Harvey, Wilfred G. E. Watson ... This essay is as close as I can get to the Sawyer Style-a tracing of the contemporary uses of old and solemn ideas, in contexts in which, sadlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Words Remembered, Texts Renewed|
|Author||:||Jon Davies, Graham Harvey, Wilfred G. E. Watson|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 1995-01-01|