New issue of Hugoye (15.2)

Via Paleojudaica I learn that the new issue of the Hugoye journal for Syriac studies is now available.

Volume 15.2 (Summer 2012)

Papers

Syriac Manuscripts in India, Syriac Manuscripts from India
Françoise Briquel Chatonnet, Centre National de la Recherche scientifique, Paris

The Christian Library from Turfan: SYR HT 41-42-43, An Early Exemplar of the Ḥuḏrā
Erica C.D. Hunter, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

Remarks on Recent Cataloging Efforts among Syriac Manuscripts Preserved at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library
Adam McCollum, Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, Saint John’s University

Review Essay

Review of E.J. Wilson and S. Dinkha, Hunayn Ibn Ishaq’s “Questions on Medicine for Students.” Transcription and Translation of the Oldest Extant Syriac Version (Vat. Syr. 192)
Grigory Kessel, Phillipps Universität-Marburg

Book Reviews

Li Tang, East Syriac Christianity in Mongol-Yuan China
Thomas A. Carlson, Princeton University

David Thomas and Barbara Roggema, Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographic History. Volume 1 (600-900)
Aaron Michael Butts, Yale University

Romualdo Fernández Ferreira, Símbolos Cristianos en la Antigua Siria
Andrew Palmer, University of Muenster

Adam M. Schor, Theodoret’s People: Social Networks and Religious Conflict in Late Roman Syria
Christne Shepherdson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Kees den Biesen, Annotated Biblography of Ephrem the Syrian
Paul S. Russell, St. Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College

Conference Reports

North American Patristics Society, May 2012

 

The quality of papers is very high.

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