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Raphael Sappan

Raphael Sappan, Israeli linguist. Recipient Ansky prize City of Ramat-Gan, 1967. Served with British Army, 1945-1946, Israeli Army, 1948-1949.; Member Israeli Association Applied Linguistics (secretariat 1976-1978), International Linguistic Association, Association Jewish Studies, World Union Jewish Studies.

Background

  • Sappan, Raphael was born on April 10, 1928 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Son of Jacob and Hannah (Glant) Sapotinsky.

  • Education

    • Graduate Hebrew Studies, 1976. Graduate Hebrew Studies, 1986-1987.

    Career

    • Lecturer, University Haifa, 1968-1970. Visiting assistant professor University Toronto, 1970-1972. Senior lecturer University Beer-Sheva, 1973-1978.

      Senior visiting lecturer Bar-Ilan University, University Haifa, 1979-1980. Visiting associate professor University Manitoba (Canada), Winnipeg, 1981-1982, Hebrew University Jerusalem, 1982-1983, University Franch Comtè, Besançon, 1983-1985, University Lyon III, 1985-1986. Visiting fellow Oxford Center Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, 1986-1987.

      Visiting professor University Toronto, since 1987.

    Works

    • Author: Syntax of the Poetical Dialect of the Old Testament, 1975. The Logical-Rhetorical Classification of Semantic Changes, 1983, 87.

    Membership

    Served with British Army, 1945-1946, Israeli Army, 1948-1949. Member Israeli Association Applied Linguistics (secretariat 1976-1978), International Linguistic Association, Association Jewish Studies, World Union Jewish Studies.

    Connections

    • father: Jacob Sapotinsky
    • mother: Hannah (Glant) Sapotinsky
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