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Raphael Sappan

linguist

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