Dr. H. (Hannah) Neudecker

Position:
  • Lecturer
Expertise:
  • Hebrew literature
  • Modern Judaism


Telephone number: +31 (0)71 527 4168
E-Mail: h.neudecker@hum.leidenuniv.nl
Faculty / Department: Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, SMES Hebreeuws en Aramees
Office Address: Witte Singel-complex
Witte Singel 25/M. de Vrieshof 4
2311 BZ Leiden
Room number 2.03c


Research

Modern Hebrew language & literature; Israeli & Jewish history, esp. Ottoman-Jewish history.

Research Database

Curriculum Vitae

Born 1964; Gymnasium-alfa 1976-1982; Semitic Languages and Turkish at Leiden University 1982-1987; Hebrew, Turkish and Ottoman history at Hebrew University, Jerusalem 1987-1988; Doctoral thesis "The Turkish Bible translation by Yahya bin Ishaq (1659)", 1989-1994; Ass. keeper of Hebrew & Judaica at Leiden University Library 1995-2001; Lecturer of Modern Hebrew 1996-.

Teaching activities

Modern Hebrew language & literature; Israeli history.

Publications

  • Neudecker, H. (2000). Ordinal numbers in Bobowski's Turkish Bible translation (1662-1664). Folia Orientalia, 36, pp. 219-225.
  • Neudecker, H. (2002). A 17th century Jew demanding his due. Journal of Turkish Studies, 26(II), pp. 155-158.
  • Neudecker, H. (2005). From Istanbul to London? Albertus Bobovius' appeal to Isaac Basire. In Hamilton, A., Boogert, M. van den & Westerweel, B. (Ed.), The Republic of Letters and the Levant (Intersections, Yearbook for early modern studies, vol. 5). (pp. 173-196). Leiden/Boston: Brill.
  • Jongeling, K., Jongeling-Vos, G.J. & Neudecker, H. (2000). Wat is dat voor een Grafsteen ? De Joodse Begraafplaats van Turnov. Reeuwijk: Stichting Vriendschapsband Turnov-Reeuwijk, 36 pp.
  • Neudecker, H. (2005). `Ivrit `al regel 'ahat: Inleiding in de grammatica van het Modern Hebreeuws. [] Leiden: Universiteit Leiden, 85 pp.

Last Modified: 11-12-2015