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Cyril Aslanov
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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Cyril Aslanov is Associate Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Department of Romance and Latin American Studies). He is a linguist, specializing in the diachrony of Romance languages and in the study of languages in contact. Besides his interest in linguistic studies, he occasionally applies linguistic tools to the analysis of literary texts in an attempt to bridge the gap between linguistics and poetics. Since 2006, he is counselor-member of the Academy of the Hebrew Language. His main publications are: Pour comprendre la Bible: La leçon d’André Chouraqui (Monaco: Éditions du Rocher, 1999); Le provençal des Juifs et l’hébreu en Provence: Le dictionnaire Sharshot ha-Kesef de Joseph Caspi (Leuven-Paris: Peeters, 2001); Evidence of Francophony in Mediaeval Levant: Decipherment and Interpretation of MS. BnF. Copte 43 (Jerusalem: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Magnes Press, 2006); Le français levantin jadis et naguère: À la recherche d’une langue perdue (Paris: Honoré Champion, 2006), Parlons grec moderne (Paris, L'Harmattan, 2008), and Sociolingüística histórica de las lenguas judías (Buenos Aires: Lilmod, 2011).

 

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Eyewitness vs. Mediated Narratives of Lost Cities at the End of the Middle Ages : Acre, Constantinople, Granada
Volume 7, Number 2 , June 2009
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Pessoa’s Heteronymy between Linguistics and Poetics
Volume 10, Issue 1, January 2012
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