The NAPH Conference on Hebrew Language and Literature
Stanford University, June 19-22, 2005

We are honored to host this year the NAPH conference on Hebrew Language and Literature at Stanford University. This event is sponsored by The Taube Center for Jewish Studies and The Stanford Language Center. The conference is part of the Language Center's participation in celebrating the International Year of Language.

Conference Chair: Vered Shemtov, Stanford University

NAPH Conference Co-Chairs: Edna Amir Coffin, University of Michigan & Yigal Schwartz, Ben Gurion University

The NAPH conferences are an ongoing forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge,
and information related to the study and teaching of Hebrew language and literature.

The 2005 sessions will be devoted to the following topics:


  • Hebrew language and linguistics
  • Teaching Hebrew language and linguistics
  • Modern Hebrew literature
  • Teaching Hebrew literature
  • Biblical and post-biblical language and literature
  • Impact of research on teaching
  • Hebrew Culture
  • Culture in the Hebrew classroom
  • Introducing technology to the Hebrew classroom

Program and Speakers

Hebrew at Stanford webpage

Hebrew at Stanford Multimedia pages

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