cwconrad wrote:Incredibly? You didn't expect any response at all? I personally think that hosting such "working papers" as you describe would
(a) perform a function of immense value not only to serious students of Biblical Greek but to serious Classicists concerned with the whole development of the Greek language, and at the same time
(b) provide vital assurance that the B-Greek Forum can serve the interest of advanced Hellenists as well as those of beginners in Biblical Greek.
Jonathan Robie wrote:For projects in this forum, I don't think it matters so much where the results are published, as long as they are published on the Internet somewhere, for free, with appropriate intellectual property rights (e.g. a Creative Commons license).
mwpalmer wrote:I think it would be a good idea to also contact departments of linguistics where students have previously done theses or dissertations on Hellenistic/Biblical/Koine Greek.
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