ד"ר טליה סוצקובר

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משרד: רוזנברג, 301

השכלה

Dr Talia Sutskover is a Senior Lecturer in the Departmenr of Biblical Studies at Tel Aviv University.

She received her Bachelor's degree in Hebrew Linguisitcs and Bible from Tel Aviv University, and finished her MA and PhD in Biblical Studies, also at TAU. During her MA studies she obtained a teaching certificate in Hebrew Language, as well. In the academic year of 2015/16 she was a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (NELC), Harvard.

Her main fields of research are: literary and cognitive approaches to the Hebrew Bible, sematic fields, categorization, schemata, the senses in biblical literature, Biblical Hebrew, space theory, and Akkadian mythology.

Her teaching experience covers a wide range of courses, to mention a few: Narratives of Sight and Blindness in the Hebrew Bible; Parent-Child Relationships in the Hebrew Bible; Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax; Basic Akkadian; Literary and Cognitive Approaches to the Hebrew Bible.

פרסים ומלגות

 

 List of Publications
 
 A. Books

Sutskover, Talia, Sight and Insight in Genesis: A Semantic Study (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2013. 

B. Articles

Stadler-Sutskover, Talia, “The Leading Word and its Roles in Judges 19-21”, in: Johann Cook (ed.), Bible and Computer: The Stellenbosch AIBI-6 Conference. Proceedings of the Association Internationale Bible et Informatique “From Alpha to Byte” University of Stellenbosch 17-21 July, 2000 (Leiden: Brill, 2002), pp. 295-307.

Sutskover, Talia, “The Semantic Field of Seeing and Oral Communication in the Joseph Narrative”, Journal of North Semitic Languages 33/2 (2007), pp. 33-50.

Sutkover, Talia, “Another View of Parashat Vayeilech”, in: Tamara Cohn Eskenazi (ed.), WRJ Woman's Commentary on the Torah (New York: Women of Reform Judaism, 2007), p. 1245.

Sutskover, Talia, Review on the Volume: “Gershon Brin, Studies in the Prophetic Literature (Jerusalem: The Bialik Institute, 2006 [Hebrew])”, Beit Mikra 52 (2007), pp. 180-183 [Hebrew].

Sutskover, Talia, “Lexical Fields and Coherence in the Jacob Narrative”, in: A. Brenner and F. Polak (eds.), Performing Memory in Biblical Narrative and Beyond, Amsterdam Studies and Religion: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009, pp. 126-139.

Sutskover, Talia, Review on the volume: “Nili Wazana, All the Boundaries of the Land: The Promised Land in Biblical Thought in Light of the Ancient Near East (Jerusalem: Bialik Institute, 2007 [Hebrew]), Beit Mikra 54 (2009), pp. 167-173 [Hebrew].

Sutskover, Talia, “The Themes of Land and Female Fertility in the Book of Ruth”, JSOT 34/3 (2010), pp. 283-294.

Sutskover, Talia, “Lot and His Daughters (Genesis 19:30-38). Further Literary and Stylistic Examinations”, JHS 11 (2011), pp. 2-11.

Sutskover, Talia, “The Book of Ruth: New Insights”, Review on the volume: Jennifer L. Koosed, Gleaning Ruth: A Biblical Heroine and Her Afterlives (South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 2011), H-Net Reviews, http://wwwh-net.org/reviews/showpdf.php?id=33646.

Sutskover, Talia, “Name Giving in Genesis and Establishing Authority”, Beit Mikra 57 (2012), pp. 33-51 [Hebrew].

Sutskover, Talia, “The Frame of Sacrificing in Judges”, VT 64 (2014), pp. 1-13.

Sutskover, Talia, “Directionality and Space in Jonah”, in Athalya Brenner-Idan (ed.), Discourse, Dialogue & Debate in the Bible: Essays in Honour of Frank H. Polak (Sheffield:11 Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2014), pp. 203-217.

Sutskover, Talia, “The Conception of Space in the Narrative of Naboth's Vineyard”, Beit Mikra 60 (2015), pp. 65-91 [Hebrew]. 

Book of Short Stories

Talia Sutskover-Stadler, As a Woman Writes, Halonot, Tel Aviv 2005 [Heberw].

 

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