Journal Articles
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. Reconsidering the Study of Jewish Babylonian Aramaic: Five Decades after E. Y. Kutscher and his Influential Methodology. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft . 2013;163 :341-364. reconsidering_the_study_of_jewish_babylo.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. Diachronic Syntactic Studies in Hebrew Pronominal Reciprocal Constructions. Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew. 2012 :209-244. diachronic_syntactic_studies_in_hebrew_p.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. Non-anaphoric uses of the demonstrative pronouns in Jewish Babylonian Aramaic. Lǝšonénu . 2012;74 :229-266. non-anaphoric_uses_of_demonstrative_pro.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. From typology to diachrony: synchronic and diachronic aspects of predicative possessive constructions in Akkadian. Folia Linguistica Historica . 2011;31 :43-88. from_typology_to_diachrony_synchronic_a.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. Who separated from whom and why? A philological study of 4QMMT. Revue de Qumran. 2011;98 :229-256.
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. Review of, Alvestad Silje and Lutz Edzard, la-ḥšōb,but la-ḥăzōr? Sonority, Optimality and the Hebrew פ"ח forms. Journal of Semitic Studies . 2011;56 :404-406.
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. Notes on reciprocal constructions in Akkadian in light of typological and historical considerations. Semitica et Classica . 2011;4 :23-42. notes_on_reciprocal_constructions_in_ak.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. From typology to diachrony: synchronic and diachronic aspects of predicative possessive constructions in Akkadian. Folia Linguistica Historica . 2011;32 :43-88. from_typology_to_diachrony_synchronic_a.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. The Epistolary Terms k‛t, k‛nt in Official Aramaic, the Feminine Endings in Aramaic Dialects and Other Isoglosses in the History of Aramaic. Ancient Near Eastern Studies. 2011;48 :199-231. the_epistolary_terms_k_t_k_nt_in_offici.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. On the Passiveness of One Pattern in Jewish Babylonian Aramaic – a Linguistic and Philological Discussion. Journal of Semitic Studies . 2011;56 :111-143 . on_the_passiveness_of_one_pattern_in_je.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. Dual Pronouns in Semitics and an Evaluation of the Evidence for their Existence in Biblical Hebrew. Ancient Near Eastern Studies . 2009;46 :32-49. dual_pronouns_in_semitics_and_an_evaluat.pdf
Bar-Asher Siegal EA. The Imperative Forms of Proto Semitic and a New Perspective on Barth’s Law. Journal of American Oriental Society. 2009;128 :233-255. the_imperative_forms_of_proto_semitic_an.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. How an Empiricist Founds a New Science: An Epistemological Inquiry in Ferdinand de Saussure’s Linguistic Theory. Du côté de chez Saussure, A l'occasion de ses anniversaires(1857: naissance, 1907: premier Cours de linguistique générale). 2008 :23-38. how_an_empiricist_founds_a_new_science.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. Linguistic Markers in the Book of Ruth. Shnaton – An Annual for Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies. 2008;18 :25-42. linguistic_markers_in_the_book_of_ruth.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. The Notion of Tradition in the History of Linguistics. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft . 2007;17 :277-288. the_notion_of_tradition_in_the_history.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. Review of, Sharvit Shimon, Language and Style of Tractate Avoth Through the Ages. Hebrew Studies . 2007;48 :101-104.
Bar-Asher EA. Nahmanides’ Hidden Motives in the Treatise ‘Quntres Dina D’Garme’. Sidra 20 . 2005 :57-67. nahmanides_hidden_motives_in_the_treati.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. An Explanation of the Etiology of the Name Ammon in Genesis 19, Based on Evidence from Nabataean Aramaic and the Safaitic Arabian Dialect. Zeitschrift für Althebraistik . 2004;17-20 :3-10. an_explanation_of_the_etiology_of_the_n.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. Theodor Herzl’s Theory of Quasi-Contract - Ideological Background to Theodor Herzl’s Theory of the Moral Justification for the Establishment of a State. Hayo-Haya . 2004;4 :7-23 . theodor_herzl_s_theory_of_quasi-contrac.pdf
Bar-Asher EA. Head Covering – Mosaic or Jewish Law?. Akdamot . 2000;9 :101-115. head_covering_mosaic_or_jewish_law.pdf