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Hebrew and Aramaic Studies (MA)

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Dr. M.F.J. Baasten

Martin Baasten is a Lecturer at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies. His fields of interest includes Biblical and Post-biblical Hebrew, Qumran Hebrew and Dead Sea Scrolls, Rabbinic Hebrew, History of the Hebrew Language and Comparative Semitics. View his full profile here.

Dr. M.L. Folmer

Margaretha Folmer is a University Lecturer at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies. Her fields of interest includes Imperial Aramaic; Targumic literature; Biblical literature; Qumran Aramaic and Dead Sea Scrolls; Rabbinic Literature; History of Aramaic and Hebrew language; Languages in contact; Bilingualism; Comparative Semitics; Hebrew and Aramaic magical literature. View her full profile here.

Prof.dr. C.C. de Jonge

Casper de Jonge is a Professor of Greek Language and Literature at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. His research concentrates on Greek Literature in the Roman World, Ancient Migrant Literature, Ancient Literary Criticism, Classical Rhetoric, the Sublime, and the Reception of Antiquity in Classical Music. View his full profile here

Dr. T.J. Stökl

Jonathan Stökl is an assistant professor at the Institute for Area Studies. Stökl works largely with texts written in Classical Hebrew as well as other Northwest Semitic languages in the context of the wider culture, religion and languages of the Middle East in antiquity (=ancient Near East). View his full profile here.

Prof.dr. J.K. Zangenberg

Jurgen Zangenberg is Professor for Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity. His research focuses on the place of ancient Jewish communities in the Greco-Roman context, their self-definition as cultural and ethnic minority, their literature and material culture, and on how early Christianity originated from its Jewish and Greco-Roman matrix and slowly developed its peculiar way of life and thought. View his full profile here.

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