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  • Professor Aaron Bar-Adon created Hebrew linguistics field

    Professor Aaron Bar-Adon created Hebrew linguistics field

    By Jessica Steinberg
    Published: Dec. 21, 2011

    The scholar and teacher was elected to the Academy of the Hebrew Language in November for his seminal contributions to Hebrew studies.

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      lynn levit said on Jan. 21, 2012 at 10:27 a.m.
      Mazel Tov on your well deserved accalades. Your efforts have made us all proud. Also wish your son, Eshel, all the best in his endeavors as well. All the best for a healthy, productive, and peaceful 2012. Most sincerely, Lynn Levit
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      Dr. Rene Cisneros, Ph.D. said on Jan. 20, 2012 at 1:58 a.m.
      Congratulations Professor Bar-Adon on a well-deserved honor. Your silver streams of hair, black suits, child language research experiences, concise theoretical remarks, together with accounts of the rebirth of Hebrew in Israel made afternoon grad seminars in Calhoun Hall at UT in the 1970’s guiding landmarks in my linguistics formation that I still savor and use today. Rene’ Cisneros, Ph.D., 1978, UT Applied Linguistics and Foreign Language Education; Proteus, Inc., Fresno, CA 93705; email: renebeti@comcast.net
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