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Faculty of Divinity

 

 

Travis Wright's research focuses on the linguistic description of Greek and Hebrew. He is a specialist in Hebrew Bible and Septuagint, as well as the diachrony of both the Greek (e.g. Classical to Standard Modern) and Hebrew languages.

Thesis: "The Greek Pentateuch at the Grammar-Discourse Interface"

 

Research

  • Hebrew Bible
    • Esp. Septuagint 
  • Linguistics
    • Greek and Hebrew (all periods)
      • Construction Grammar 
      • Pragmatics
      • Grammaticalization
    • Bible Translation
  • Documentary Papyri

Teaching and Supervisions

Teaching: 
  • Greek and Hebrew
  • Biblical Studies
    • Hebrew Bible and Septuagint
    • New Testament 

Other Professional Activities

  • Cambridge Language Sciences
  • Institute of Biblical Research 
  • Linguistic Society of America
  • International Organization for Cognitive Linguistics 
  • International Organization for Septuagint 
  • Society of Biblical Literature 
  • Evangelical Theological Society 
PhD Candidate
 Travis  Wright

Contact Details

Email address: 
Available for consultancy

Affiliations

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