"www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org -google Colocasia & you'll find the Hebrew spelling and a reference to Ma'as 5:8 which might be an abbrevation of the first Book of the Torah 'Ma'aseh B'reshit' (Genesis). I also found a…"
"Dear Dr. Vanning, it's really a great pleasure to read your Ph.D. Thesis - but during my last stay in Israel, I just copied the summary parts. Would it be possible to get a full copy from you? It would be a great help for me and my work on my…"
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Western Religions and Biblical Studies, Ancient and Medieval Period
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I can assist in improving the English of theses, articles etc. and in the translation of Classical and Medieval Hebrew and Latin to English. I have a B.A in History and Latin and was formerly an Archivist in England. My Ph.D. thesis dealt with a topic addressed by medieval Christian and Jewish Biblical commentaries.
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Dear Dr. Vanning, it's really a great pleasure to read your Ph.D. Thesis - but during my last stay in Israel, I just copied the summary parts. Would it be possible to get a full copy from you? It would be a great help for me and my work on my own doctoral thesis, that I am writing about Solomon. (you can contact me here: email@example.com)
Dear Dr. Vanning. I am a scholar at Indiana University, and very much want to read your dissertation for a project I am working on focused on Solomon but have had an impossible time trying to track a copy down here in the States. I was wondering if there is any way to procure a copy directly from you--via email or in some other way. If there is any expense involved, I would be very happy to provide compensation, and I would be very grateful for this chance to learn from your work.
Irving Glazer Chair of Jewish Studies
Indiana University,. Bloomington