This spring I’m teaching a General Linguistics course at HBU that provides an entrée into the main subfields of linguistics: speech production (phonetics), sound patterns (phonology), word formation (morphology), sentence structure (syntax), aspects of meaning (semantics and pragmatics), and language change (historical and comparative linguistics). Our goal is to enable our BA and MA students to engage in linguistic analyses of Biblical Hebrew and Koine Greek.
For those taking the course, and for those who aren’t but are interested in what we’re doing here at HBU, I’m making the handouts available here.
If you’re interested in our MABL (Master of Arts in Biblical Languages), go here. Information on the BA in Biblical Languages can be found here.