Tim Hogue

Tim Hogue
University of Tsukuba · Research Center for West Asian Civilization

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
My research centers on social and material criticism of the Hebrew Bible in tandem with work on the material culture of the ancient Levant. My current projects explore methods of connecting manuscript traditions to epigraphic remains and their archaeological contexts. My secondary research program applies similar methods to analyze select psalms as examples of refugee poetry.

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The Bar-Rakib Palace Inscriptions from Zincirli have received relatively little attention from philologists and archaeologists alike because of their predictable and derivative content. However, these monuments provide an unparalleled insight into the monumentalization of text in the Iron Age Levant. As might be expected, Bar-Rakib's Aramaic inscri...
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This study proposes that monuments are technologies through which communities think. I draw on conceptual blending theory as articulated by Mark Turner and Gilles Fauconnier to argue that monuments are material anchors for conceptual integration networks. The network model highlights that monuments are embedded in specific spatial and socio-histori...
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The Decalogue in Exodus was composed and strategically embedded in its literary context in order to reflect the discourse of Northwest Semitic monumental inscriptions. Monument making in the ancient Near East involved primarily the materialization and perpetuation of ideologies as well as the proposition of collective identities, and these function...
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Zusammenfassung Bisherige rhetorische Analysen des Sprachwechsels im Buch Esra wurden durch ihre Fokussierung auf die Zweisprachigkeit beschränkt. Diese Studie wird einen neuen Ansatz für die Poetik von Esr 1–7 angesichts der neueren soziolinguistischen Forschungen über Diglossie und Sprachideologie vorschlagen. Der Schriftsteller von Esra hat lite...