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July 2018 Newsletter

There's always something happening at NMC, missed out?
Here is a snapshot of what went on this month and what's to come

This month two NMC PhD students, Thomas H. Greiner and Taylor Bryanne Woodcock, are celebrating the one-year anniversary of their blog Nile Scribes devoted to all things ancient Egyptian. Looking for new ways to engage with a diverse community of Egypt enthusiasts, Taylor and Thomas hope to make Nile Scribes an accessible and entertaining portal into ancient Egypt and Egyptological scholarship. From interviewing Egyptologists to introducing various Egyptian museum collections around North America, they aim to keep the general public informed on the latest archaeological discoveries, book releases, and projects.

In addition, the Nile Scribes have made their website available in Arabic through the assistance of their Egyptian colleague Mahmoud Saleh, to engage the Egyptian community.

Follow the Nile Scribes on Facebook and Instagram, sign up for their monthly e-newsletter, or pledge your support through Patreon

NMC Is Hiring!

Work with us! The NMC is hiring a number of course instructors and sessional lecturers. Please click here for a full list of our job postings.

Biblical Hebrew Linguistics & Philology Conference Highlights

With a total of 14 talks from scholars throughout Israel and Canada and over 60 people in attendance, this year’s Workshop on Biblical Hebrew Linguistics and Philology at the Hebrew University (HU) in Jerusalem was an all-around success. Cutting edge linguistics and in-depth philological studies helped to shed light on Biblical Hebrew grammar in novel ways. Conveners Edit Doron and Robert Holmstedt gathered some of the best scholars in the field for this year’s workshop.

Short summaries of each of the talks are available here, and the full handouts/presentations can be found at the conference’s website

Lynda.com is here!

We are excited to share the news that Lynda.com Online Courses are now free for current U of T Students, Staff, and faculty!

Lynda.com is an on-demand learning solution offering customized learning experiences that features instructional content relevant to individual professional/personal interests and goals.

Learn more and activate your profile using your UTORid at uoft.me/Lynda.

Upcoming Events

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