Volume Index

Volume 2 (1999 [printed 2010])

Issue 1

Introduction

Introduction: Letter from the General Editor By George A. KirazHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 3–4.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1editor

Articles

St. Ephrem in the Eyes of Later Syriac Liturgical Tradition: By Sebastian P. BrockHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 5–25.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1brock
A Ballad about Saint Andrew and the Cannibals, Attributed to Saint Ephraim: By Michel Van Esbroeck, S.J.Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 27–36.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1esbroeck
Knowledge of Ephraim’’s Writings in the Merovingian and Carolingian Age: By David GanzHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 27–36.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1ganz
Ephrem’’s Madroshe and the Syrian Orthodox Beth Gazo: A Loose, but Fascinating, Affinity By Gregorios Y. Ibrahim and George A. KirazHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 47–56.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1Ibrahim_Kiraz
Ephrem’’s Ideas on Singleness: By Thomas Kathanar KoonammakkalHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 57–66.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1Koonammakkal
The Ephremic Tradition and the Theology of the Environment: By Robert Murray, S.J.Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 67–82.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1murray
The Influence of Ephraim the Syrian: By Andrew PalmerHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 83–109.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1palmer
““Making Church of England Poetical”” Ephraim and the Oxford Movement: By Geoffrey RowellHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 111–129.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1rowell

Reports

4th World Syriac Conference: St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute By David G. K. TaylorHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 148–151.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1crworldsyriacconference
Second Symposium Syro-Arabicum: By Herman TeuleHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1998 [2010]): 152–153.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1crsyro-arabicum

Reviews

Review of:Targum and Peshitta. South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism By Konrad D. JennerHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 134-137.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1prjenner
Classical Syriac. A Basic Grammar with a Chrestomathy By Jan JoostenHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1998 [2010]): 138-140.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1prjoosten
Der Ktaba d-Durrasa (Ktaba d-Ma/wata) des Elija von Anbar. Memra I-III By Hubert KaufholdHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 141-146.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1prkaufhold

Announcements

Redefining Christian Identity: Christian Cultural Strategies Since the Coming of Islam By Heleen L. Murre-Van Den BergHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 156–156.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1crchristianidentity
Syriac Symposium III: Aramaic Heritage of Syria By Joseph P. AmarHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.1 (1999 [2010]): 157–157.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n1crsyrsymposiumiii

Issue 2

Articles

A Syriac Letter on Papyrus: P.Berol.INV.8285: By Sebastian P. BrockHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 163–166.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2brock
Deir Al-Surian (Egypt): Its Wall-Paintings, Wall-Texts, and Manuscripts: By Karel C. InneméeHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 167–207.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2innemee
Syriac Inscriptions in Deir Al-Surian: Some reflections on their Writers and Readers: By Lucas Van RompayHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 189–202.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2vanrompay
The Conservation of Manuscripts in the Library of Deir Al-Surian: First Notes: By Elizabeth SobczynskiHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 203–207.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2sobczynski
The Patriarchs of the Church of the East from the Fifteenth to Eighteenth Centuries: By Heleen L. Murre-Van Den BergHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 235–264.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2vandenberg
The Samuel Manuscript of Jacob of Edessa: A Study in Its Underlying Textual Traditions By David J. LaneHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 273-275.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2prlane

Short Articles

The Publications of the St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute (SEERI) By David G. K. TaylorHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 276-282.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2prtaylor

Reports

Syriac Symposium III: Aramaic Heritage of Syria By Monica J. BlanchardHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 283–287.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2crsyrsymposiumiii
The Assyrian Experience: Sources for the Study of the 19th and 20th centuries By Michael HopperHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 290–291.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2crassyrianexperience
ARAM Fourteenth Conference: Antioch and Edessa By Bas Ter Haar RomenyHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 298–300.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2craram

Reviews

From the Holy Mountain: A Journey among the Christians of the Middle East By Susan A. HarveyHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 265-267.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2prharvey
The Book of Numbers in Neo-Aramaic in the Dialect of the Jewish Community of Zakho By Geoffrey KhanHugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 2.2 (1999 [2010]): 271-272.URI: https://hugoye.bethmardutho.org/article/hv2n2prkhan