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FA-57677-14

Eugene C. Ulrich
University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)

The First Critical Edition of II-Isaiah

The 2000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls predate other biblical manuscripts by centuries and have revolutionized study of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament text. Their rich evidence makes possible through the multi-volume Oxford Hebrew Bible a much-improved, critically established edition, as all the Greek and Latin classics and the New Testament have. As Chief Editor of the Biblical Scrolls, I edited the official publication of the 20 Isaiah scrolls and thus was chosen to do the OHB II-Isaiah volume. Every biblical scholar knows that in the medieval textus receptus there are mistakes and secondary readings, yet those are to this day printed in the main text of the Hebrew Bible. The proposed OHB II-Isaiah volume offers the best possible critical text, and will make available in both print and digital form to Bible translators, biblical scholars, students, and eventually the public (through Bible translations) a superior edition of one of the most important and beloved books of the Bible.

Project fields:
History of Religion

Program:
Fellowships for University Teachers

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$50,400 (approved)
$50,400 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2014 – 12/31/2014


RQ-50469-10

Ofeq Institute, Inc. (Wickliffe, OH 44092-2728)
Abraham Shoshana (Project Director: November 2009 to present)

Critical Edition of Tosefta Order Tohorot: A Collection of Early Rabbinic Writings on Laws of Ritual Purity

Preparation of a critical edition of Order Tohorot of the Tosefta, part of the corpus of early rabbinic literature. (12 months)

This project will produce a critical edition of Tosefta Order Tohorot, one of the most difficult and neglected texts of early rabbinic Judaism covering all aspects of the biblical/rabbinic laws of ritual purity. Building on the methods developed by the late Prof. Saul Lieberman, the project will provide the world of scholarship for the first time with an accurate transcription of the sole surviving complete medieval manuscript of this text, together with a variants apparatus, extensive references to all relevant passages in the Talmudic and rabbinic literature, notes and comments, and a realia dictionary. In its final form, the critical edition will be approximately 1200 printed pages in length, and will also be made available online. It will provide an invaluable tool for a number of key fields of contemporary academic scholarship including the interpretation of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the study of the ancient material culture of the Eastern Roman Empire.

Project fields:
Religion, General

Program:
Scholarly Editions and Translations

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$150,000 (approved)
$150,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2010 – 8/31/2012


RA-50088-10

W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research (Jerusalem 91190 Israel)
Seymour Gitin (Project Director: August 2009 to present)

Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Middle Eastern Archaeology

The equivalent of two twelve-month fellowships a year for three years.

The W.F.Albright Institute is applying for 2 fellowships at $50,400 each, for a total of $100,800 per year, for each of the academic years 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, plus related costs for publicity and selection in the amount of $6,000 per year. These would be continuous, residential fellowships at the Institute, which is located in Jerusalem. Fellows are expected to pursue a research project, give a public lecture to the academic community while in residence, and participate in the activities of the Institute's scholarly community. The fellows' research projects should culminate in a scholarly publication(s). The impact of this research, transmitted through the Albright's hundreds of alumni to institutions all over the world, has had a profound effect on the understanding of western civilization and its origins in the ancient Near East. The Albright supports scholarly work in Near Eastern studies from prehistory through the early Islamic period.

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Project fields:
Archaeology

Program:
Fellowship Programs at Independent Research Institutions

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$376,800 (approved)
$374,490 (awarded)

Grant period:
7/1/2010 – 6/30/2015

Funding details:
Original grant (2010) $2,310
Supplement (2013) $56,400


RZ-20731-01

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Eugene C. Ulrich (Project Director: September 2000 to present)

Four Volumes of Dead Sea Scrolls

To support the continuing preparation of an edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Project fields:
Near and Middle Eastern Literature

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$200,000 (approved)
$192,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/2001 – 6/30/2003


RZ-20392-99

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Eugene C. Ulrich (Project Director: September 1998 to present)

The Publication of Four Volumes of Dead Sea Scrolls

The continuing preparation of an edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Project fields:
Near and Middle Eastern Literature

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$186,000 (approved)
$186,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/1999 – 5/31/2001


RZ-20122-97

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Eugene C. Ulrich (Project Director: September 1996 to present)

The Dead Sea Scrolls

To support the continuing preparation of an edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls, ancient writings that include the earliest extant versions of many Old Testament texts and a wealth of other religious writings.

Project fields:
Near and Middle Eastern Literature

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$171,000 (approved)
$171,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/1997 – 6/30/1999


RE-21247-95

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Eugene C. Ulrich (Project Director: June 1994 to present)

The Publication of Four Volumes of Dead Sea Scrolls

To support the preparation of an edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Project fields:
Near and Middle Eastern Literature

Program:
Editions

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$230,000 (approved)
$230,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/1995 – 6/30/1997


RE-21065-93

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Eugene C. Ulrich (Project Director: June 1992 to present)

The Publication of Three Volumes of Dead Sea Scrolls

To support the preparation of an edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Project fields:
Near and Middle Eastern Literature

Program:
Editions

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$185,000 (approved)
$185,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/1993 – 3/31/1995


RE-20951-91

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Eugene C. Ulrich (Project Director: June 1990 to present)

Vol. 3 of the Biblical Qumran (Dead Sea) Scrolls

To support continuing preparation of an edition of the biblical Dead Sea Scrolls.

Project fields:
Near and Middle Eastern Literature

Program:
Editions

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$124,700 (approved)
$124,700 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/1991 – 3/31/1993


RE-20787-89

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Eugene C. Ulrich (Project Director: June 1988 to present)

Two Volumes of the Biblical Qumran (Dead Sea) Scrolls

To support work on an edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Project fields:
Near and Middle Eastern Literature

Program:
Editions

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$93,000 (approved)
$92,164 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/1989 – 3/31/1991


FA-11762-77

Eugene C. Ulrich
University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)

Publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls of I-II Samuel

The editing and preparation for publication of the volume of the Qumran (Dead Sea) Scrolls containing the three scrolls of I-II Samuel: 4Q¬£ama, 4QSama, 40Samb and 40Samc, which are of great importance to religious scholars.

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Project fields:
Ancient Languages; Ancient Literature

Program:
Fellowships for University Teachers

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$15,081 (approved)
$15,081 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/1977 – 5/31/1978