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I obtained my BA in Modern Greek Philology (2013), BA in Hebrew Studies (2015), MA in Mediterranean Civilization (2015) and MA in Hebrew Studies (2018) from the University of Warsaw. In academic years 2014-2015 and 2016-2017 I studied at Tel Aviv University, taking courses both from the field of Semitic linguistics (Hebrew, Arabic) and Biblical studies. My MA thesis in Hebrew involved a comparative study on vocalization of guttural consonants in Tiberian and Babylonian traditions and alternations within their syllable structure. 


Other academic interests:

- Comparative linguistics
- Semitic linguistics
- Phonology and morphology of Hebrew
- Dialectology of Arabic

Department: Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Supervisor: Prof. Geoffrey Khan
College: Homerton
AHRC subject area: Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Title of thesis: The influence of Modern Israeli Hebrew on the grammar of the Samaritan Hebrew
 Wiktor Michal Gebski