Die Semantik von Ijob 6–7 978-3-16-159849-4 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

Juliane Eckstein

Die Semantik von Ijob 6–7

Erschließung ihrer Struktur und einzelner Lexeme mittels Isotopieanalyse

[The Semantics of Job 6–7. Interpretation of Its Structure and of Individual Lexemes Using Isotopy Analysis.]

2021. XXI, 306 pages.
forthcoming in April

Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe 125

approx. 84,00 €
including VAT
eBook PDF
ISBN 978-3-16-159849-4
forthcoming
Also Available As:
Published in German.
Juliane Eckstein explains several contested words in the Hebrew Book of Job. For this she combines well-established methods of exegetical research with an innovative method – the Isotopy Analysis. This she adapts to Biblical Hebrew in general and to the study of Job 6–7 in particular.
Juliane Eckstein explains several contested words in the Hebrew Book of Job. For this she combines well-established methods of exegetical research with an innovative method – the Isotopy Analysis. This she adapts to Biblical Hebrew in general and to the study of Job 6–7 in particular.
Authors/Editors

Juliane Eckstein Geboren 1983; 2009–14 Studium der Kath. Theologie; 2014–20 Promotionsstudium Katholische Theologie in München; 2014–17 Doctoral Fellow an der LMU Graduate School Distant Worlds München; seit 2018 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Philosophisch-Theologischen Hochschule Sankt Georgen in Frankfurt/Main.
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6427-3591

Reviews

We have not yet received any reviews of this work.