Reading slowly : a Festschrift for Jens E. Braarvig

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Full title: Reading slowly : a Festschrift for Jens E. Braarvig / edited by Lutz Edzard, Jens W. Borgland and Ute Hüsken.
Other authors: Edzard, Lutz, (Editor)
Borgland, Jens W., (Editor)
Hüsken, Ute, (Editor)
Braarvig, Jens, (honouree.)
Format: Book           


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264 1 |a Wiesbaden :  |b Harrassowitz Verlag,  |c 2018. 
300 |a 494 pages :  |b portrait, illustrations (partly colour) ;  |c 25 cm 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0 |a O. Nova 546 : the Uppsala manuscript of Makbūl-i 'ārif (1631) / Silje Susanne Alvestad -- Metaphors of "sickness and remedy" in early Chán texts from Dūnhuáng / Christoph Anderl -- Homer's Sirens / Øivind Andersen -- A new Gāndhārī document from Niya / Stefan Baums -- Jāhilliya and Rahbāniyya in the Qur'an : a philological essay / Amund Bjørsnøs -- Devadatta and the extracurricular ascetic practices : some highlights from the story of the first Buddhist schism as told in the Saṃghabhedavastu of the Mūlasarvāstivāda Vinaya / Jens Wilhelm Borgland -- Public and private violence in the legal literature of India / Torkel Brekke -- Fragments of the Āśvalāyanasūtra / Siglinde Dietz -- An unidentified Āgama quotation and the beginning of the Prasādanīya-sūtra / Charles DiSimone -- Script as a medium of linguistic and cultural features : the case of Jewish languages / Lutz Edzard -- The life of a dead language classical Chinese on public signs in Taiwan / Halvor Eifring -- Preposition stranding and other Anglo-Norse syntactic phenomena / Jan Terje Faarlund -- Arab(ic) emotions : back to the roots! / Stephan Guth -- The (Chinese) emperor's new clothes / Christoph Harbsmeier -- A reliable witness? : on the Tibetan translation of the Śikṣā samuccaya / Paul Harrison -- Which Daśottarasūtra? A curious fragment and its manifold problems / Jens-Uwe Hartmann -- Translation and transcreation : monastic practice in transcultural settings / Ute Hüsken -- Enhancing bibliotheca polyglotta with glossa : a suggestion / Janne Bondi Johannessen -- Hurrian personal names from Neo-Assyrian Tušhan / Bjarte Kaldhol -- Western reflections on 'oral' and 'folk' literature in the study of ancient Tibetan texts / Per Kværne -- Drawing the line : on translation and the art of William Hodges / Janice Leoshko -- Pseudo-Remigius and the old Icelandic Barbarismus : a pilot study / Mikael Males -- A short note on the compound abhūtaparikalpa in the Bodhisattvapi ṭ akas ū tra / Kazunobu Matsuda -- Applied history of American linguistics and literacy / Lars Kirkhusmo Pharo -- Who used the Sarvāstivāda Vinaya and the Mūlasarvāstivāda Vinaya? / Shizuka Sasaki -- On monks and emergencies : the Brahmanical principle of Ā pad in a Buddhist monastic code / Gregory Schopen -- The origins of the idea of three vehicles in the Prajñāpāramitā Sūtras / Watanabe Shogo -- An early manuscript fragment of Dharmarakṣa's translation of the *Ajātaś atrukaukrtyavinodana / Jonathan Silk and Imre Galambos - Sāgaramati-parip ṛcchā inscriptions from Kedah, Malaysia / Peter Skilling -- The concept of nation in the communist usage in 1920-30s' Korea / Vladimir Tikhonov -- A little known form of untouchability in the central Himalayas / Claus Peter Zoller. 
520 8 |a Reading Slowly' contains contributions from a variety of fields as diverse as Buddhist Studies, Linguistics, Middle Eastern Studies, Indology, East Asia Studies, Sinology, Classical Studies and Nordic Studies, all focused in some way on the importance of philological scholarship for understanding history, culture, religion, language and law. Although their objects of study, source language(s), media, focus and research questions are different, the essays in this volume are firmly bound together by the philological method "in the broadest sense of the term" and the scholarship of Jens E. Braarvig, whose vast scope of interest and knowledge is reflected in the breadth of this Festschrift. 
650 0 |a Buddhist literature  |x History and criticism. 
650 0 |a Oriental languages. 
650 0 |a Oriental literature  |x History and criticism. 
650 0 |a Religions  |x History. 
650 0 |a Linguistics. 
700 1 |a Edzard, Lutz,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Borgland, Jens W.,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Hüsken, Ute,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Braarvig, Jens,  |e honouree. 
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