Friday, May 22, 2020

Open Access Journal: Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica

[First posted in AWOL 6 November 2017, updated 22 May 2020]

Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica
Our online journal Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica (StRBS) offers scholars the opportunity of publishing textual studies conducted according to the procedures of biblical and Semitic rhetorical analysis, as well as research on the rules of this specific rhetoric.

The texts to be studied are above all biblical ones, both those of the Hebrew Bible written in Semitic languages, Hebrew but also Aramaic, and the books of the New Testament redacted in Greek but by authors, who were so immersed in the scripture of Israel, that they composed their texts in the manner of the authors of the First Testament.

Other texts written in Semitic languages may be studied in the same way, in particular that of the Qur’an.

Moreover, texts written in non-Semitic languages, which may be seen to have been composed according to the rules of biblical rhetoric, e.g. the Rule of St. Benedict in Latin or the Pensées of Pascal in French, may be considered to resemble in some way the texts of the New Testament authors.

For the authors, the advantage of this type of publication is that their studies can be up-dated at any time.

For the reader, the advantage is that the documents may be saved on disk.

In the case of studies already printed, the Copyright obviously belongs to the publisher; in other cases, it belongs to Studia Rhetorica Biblica et Semitica.

25. Table ronde de 23 mars 2007 (Paris):
26. Table ronde du 10 mai 2007 (Rome):
27. XVI° Congress of the ISHR (Strasburg, July 2007):
29. XVII° Congress of the ISHR (Montreal, July 22-26, 2009):
38. XX° Congress of the ISHR (Tübingen, July 28-31, 2015):
39. XX° Congress of the ISHR (Tübingen, July 28-31, 2015):

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