Iranian Languages and Texts from Iran and Turan. Ronald E. Emmerick Memorial Volume.
Maria Macuch / Mauro Maggi / Werner Sundermann (Hrsg.) – 2007
This Memorial Volume is dedicated to one of the most prolific and renowned scholars in the field of Iranian Studies, the late Professor Ronald E. Emmerick, who held the chair of Iranian Studies in Hamburg until his untimely death in 2001. The volume consists of thirty-three papers, written by some of the foremost scholars in the field of Iranian Studies. The articles are essentially concerned with Old, New and especially Middle Iranian languages and texts, reflecting the predominant scholarly interests of Ronald Emmerick, whose reasearches were also directed towards Indian and Tibetan Studies. Nine papers deal with the Khotanese and Tumshuquese language, one of Emmerick’s main fields of research. The volume is accompanied by an updated Bibliography and Indices of quotations and of words.
The work may be of interest to scholars of Iranian, Turkish and Semitic Studies, to linguists, historians of Religion and Law as well as students of Literature and History.