PROGRAM OF THE 214th MEETING


Thursday, March 11th


3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m. JAOS Editorial Board Meeting. Mission Valley Board Room


Friday, March 12th


9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. AOS Board of Directors Meeting. Brickstones


9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Morning Registration. San Diego I-II
1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Afternoon Registration and Book Exhibit. San Diego I-II


Friday Afternoon Sectional Meetings


A. Ancient Near East I: AOS/NACAL: Linguistics. Peter T. Daniels, New York City, Chair (2:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m) Salon I-II
1.
David Testen, Saint Paul, Minnesota
West Semitic Subject-Clitics
2.
Peter Daniels, New York City
(There Are) Three Models of Script Transfer: The "Misunderstanding" Model
3.
Herrmann Jungraithmayr, Frankfurt University
The Afroasiatic Verbal Paradigm in -U (`Subjunctive')
4.
Joseph L. Malone, Barnard College and Columbia University (Emeritus)
Morphophonological Variation in the Aramaic Verb of the Onkelos and Jonathan Targums

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5.
Alan S. Kaye, California State University, Fullerton
Two Alleged Arabic Etymologies
6.
Blane W. Conklin, University of Chicago
Semitic Roots Beginning with a Sibilant, Ending with /rg/ or /rk/
7.
Maria Yakubovich, University of Chicago
The Development of Sibilants in Assyrian dialects


B. Ancient Near East II: Archæology of the Ancient Near East. Mark W. Chavalas, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, Chair (2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) Salon III
8.
Elizabeth Carter, University of California, Los Angeles
Elusive Complexity: New Data from Late Halaf Domuztepe in South Central Turkey
9.
Michel Fortin, Université Laval [withdrawn]
A Report on Tell 'Acharneh
10.
Marie-Henriette Gates, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey [withdrawn]
A Late Middle Bronze Age Monumental Building at Kinet Höyük (Cilicia, Turkey)

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11.
Susan Downey, University of California, Los Angeles [withdrawn]
Greco-Roman Syria: The Temple of Zeus Megistos
12.
Ann Steinsapir, California State University, Long Beach [withdrawn]
The Dynamics between Landscape and Sacred Architecture during the Roman period (1st c. BCE to 3rd c. CE) in Syria and Lebanon


C. Inner Asia. Denis Sinor, Chair, Indiana University (2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.) Salon VIII
13.
Barbara Kellner-Heinkele, Freie Universität Berlin
Biblical Characters in Islamic-Turkish Garb
14.
Denis Sinor, Indiana University
The British and Sixteenth-Century Central Asia


D. Islamic Near East I: Islamic Civilization: Papers in Memory of Franz Rosenthal, 1914-2003. Philip F. Kennedy, Chair, New York University (2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.) Salon VI
15.
Bo Holmberg, Lund University
`Abd al-Ham¯id and his Hunting Ris¯ala
16.
Beatrice Gruendler, Yale University
Martyrs of Love in The Malady of Hearts (I`til¯al al-Qul¯ub ) by al-Khar¯a'it¯i

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17.
Shawkat M. Toorawa, Cornell University
`Ubaydall¯ah ibn Ahmad ibn Tayf¯ur, d. 313/925
18.
David C. Reisman, University of Illinois, Chicago
Medical Autobiography and Ibn Ridw¯an
19.
Shaun E. Marmon, Princeton University
TBA


E. South and Southeast Asia I. James L. Fitzgerald, University of Tennessee, Chair (2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) Salon VII
History and Literature
20.
Walker Trimble, University of Pennsylvania
The Pragmatics of Br¯ahmanical S¯utra Organization
21.
Richard Salomon, University of Washington
The Name of Taxila: Greek Taxila, Sanskrit Taksa\'sil¯a , Pali Takkasil¯a , G¯andh¯ar¯i Taksasaïla
22.
K. G. Vasantha Madhava, Vijaya College and Calicut University
Kadatas as Sources for Later Cultural History of Coastal Karnataka

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Buddhism
23.
Jason Neelis, University of Florida
Two Buddhist Avad¯anas involving Courtesans in a Kharosth¯i Manuscript
24.
Oskar von Hinüber, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg
Perspiration and Inspiration of the Buddhist Lawyer: The Sedamocakag¯ath¯as
25.
Marilyn Edwards Leese, Berkeley, California
The Last Vestiges of Buddhist Monastic Art in Western India


F. Islamic Near East II: Religion. Michael Carter, University of Oslo, Chair (4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m.) Salon VI
26.
Todd Lawson, University of Toronto
`Al¯i in the Qur'¯an: A "New" Book by Rajab Burs¯i (d. 1411)
27.
Robert Morrison, Whitman College
The Tashayyu` of Niz¯am al-D¯in al-N¯is¯ab¯ur¯i (d. c. 1330 C.E.)
28.
Suleiman A. Mourad, Middlebury College
The Tabaq¯at Genre as Propaganda Manuals: al-Hak¯im al-Jusham¯i and his Sharh `Uy¯un al-Mas¯a'il
29.
Steven Judd, Southern Connecticut State University
The Muhaddith 's Diet: An Apple a Day Makes You Stupid?


Friday Evening


6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Cocktail Reception for Members and Guests Brickstones


Saturday March 13


8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Morning Registration and Book Exhibit. San Diego I-II


8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. Breakfast for Graduate Students and Recent Ph.D.'s (Hosted by the AOS) Brickstones


Saturday Morning Sectional Meetings


A. Ancient Near East III: Sumerian Language and Literature. Jerrold S. Cooper, Johns Hopkins University, Chair (9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) Salon I-II
30.
Gonzalo Rubio, Pennsylvania State University
Reading Sumerian Names, or How to Split Hairs on a Bald Head
31.
Cale Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles
Decomposing Lexical Aspect in Sumerian
32.
Fumi Karahashi, University of Pennsylvania
The Penn Parsed Corpus of Sumerian (PPCS): A Preliminary Report
33.
Alhena Gadotti, Johns Hopkins University
Enkidu Revived

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34.
Mary R. Bachvarova, Willamette University
The Performances of Gala Priests in Cross-Cultural Perspective
35.
Nicole Brisch, University of Michigan
Some Linguistic Changes in Old Babylonian Sumerian Literary Texts
36.
Piotr Michaowski, University of Michigan
Stalking the Great Wall of Sumer
37.
Kathryn E. Slanski, Yale University
New Light on Chronicle P from an Unexpected Source: YBC 2242.


B. East Asia I: Early Chinese Art and History. Anna M. Shields, University of Arizona, Chair (9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.) Sonoma I
38.
Ying-Ying Chen, University of Dayton
A Regional Bronze Art in the Middle Yangzi River Valley, South China
39.
Christian Soffel, University of Munich
Translation of Tag Names in the I Ching

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40.
Martin Kern, Princeton University
Scribes and Scribes in Early China
41.
Anthony E. Clark, University of Oregon
Statesmen, Censors, And Consorts: Ban Gu's Family History in the Han Shu


C. Islamic Near East III: Law, Religion and Language. Shawkat M. Toorawa, Cornell University, Chair (9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) Salon VI
42.
Joseph E. Lowry, University of Pennsylvania
Qur'¯an 6 (al-An`¯am): 135-153; A Minimalist Legal Philosophy for the Qur'¯anic Community
43.
David R. Vishanoff, Emory University
The Ris¯ala of Muhammad ibn Idr¯is al-Sh¯afi`¯i (d. 204/820): Its Structure, Composition, and Significance for Islamic Legal Theory
44.
Mairaj Uddin Syed, University of California Los Angeles
Refusal and Acceptance of the Judgeship Position from the Eighth till the Eleventh Centuries

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45.
Walid Saleh, University of Toronto The Agonies of Grammar: al-Wahid¯i and the Crisis in Sunni Hermeneutics
46.
Michael Carter, University of Oslo
The Treatment of Sources in the History of Arabic Grammar
47.
Tahera Qutbuddin, University of Chicago
Arabic in India: A Sacred Language


D. South and Southeast Asia II: The Sanskrit Epics. Stephanie W. Jamison, University of California at Los Angeles, Chair (9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) Salon VII
48.
Irina Kuznetsova, University of Newcastle [withdrawn]
Between Concretization and Abstraction: Tracing the Development of Ideas from the Vedas to the Epics
49.
Alf Hiltebeitel, George Washington University
Mapping Bhakti in the Sanskrit Epics
50.
Robert P. Goldman, University of California at Berkeley
Plus ça change ... : Ethnic Cleansing vs. Regime Change as Political and Military Strategies in the Mah¯abh¯arata and the R¯am¯ayana

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51.
Sally Sutherland Goldman, University of California at Berkeley
Who's for Dinner: Cannabalism in the Epics
52.
Shubha Pathak, University of Chicago Divinity School
Ku\'sa and Lava versus Nala: When Poetic Rulers Affirm or Interrogate Dharma in the Sanskrit Epics
53.
Luis González-Reimann, University of California at Berkeley
R¯ama's Divinity in the R¯am¯ayana of V¯alm¯iki


1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Afternoon Registration and Book Exhibit San Diego I-II


Saturday Afternoon Sectional Meetings


A. Ancient Near East IV: Sumero-Babylonian History and Religion. Martha Roth, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, Chair (1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.) Salon I-II
54.
Christopher Woods, The Oriental Institute, The University of Chicago
Of the Euphrates, Shamash, and Sippar: The Orthographical, Topographical, and Mythological Background of the Spelling UD.KIB.NUN
55.
Petr Charvát, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Babylonian Section
The Iconography of Pristine Statehood
56.
Abraham Winitzer, Harvard University
More on Inanna's Symbol as Sign and the Interpretation of the "Divine Presence" in Early Mesopotamian Divination
57.
Stephen M. Hughey, University of California, Los Angeles
Pegs, Clay-nails and Cones in 4D Context

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58.
Steven Garfinkle, Western Washington University
Was the Ur III State Bureaucratic?
59.
Magnus Widell, The Oriental Institute, The University of Chicago
The Calendar of Ur and its Political Significance
60.
Tonia Sharlach, University of Pennsylvania
The Nippur Homicide Trial: A Re-evaluation
61.
Leo Depuydt, Brown University
First Crescent Visibility's Irrelevance: Additional Evidence, including from Babylonian Astronomical Texts


B. East Asia II: History, Literature, Religion, Dialectology. Martin Kern, Chair (2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.) Sonoma I
62.
Cornelius J. Kiley, Villanova University
Was There a Royal Yamato Uji ?
63.
Ding Xiang Warner, Cornell University
Out of Filial Duty and Veneration: Wang Bo's Role in the Restoration and Transmission of Works by the Sui Confucian Teacher Wang Tong
64.
Anna M. Shields, University of Arizona
"Parting with Poems": The Offering Text (Jiwen ) for Yuan Zhen (779-831) Composed by Bai Juyi (772-846)

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65.
Mario Poceski, University of Florida
Monasticism and Morality in Classical Chan
66.
Richard VanNess Simmons, Rutgers University
Seeking Tone Isoglosses in Danyang and Neighboring Counties in Jiangsu, China


C. Islamic Near East IV: Religion. Wadad Kadi, University of Chicago, Chair (1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.) Salon VI
67.
Sebastian Guenther, University of Toronto
The Ten Commandments and the Qur'¯an
68.
Sidney H. Griffith, Catholic University of America
Who Said: "All¯ah is Third of Three"? A New Interpretation of an Enigmatic Phrase in the Qur'¯an V, al-M¯a'ida 73
69.
Gabriel Said Reynolds, University of Notre Dame
Is Jesus Alive?
70.
Sandra Toenies Keating, Providence College
A Response to a Mu`tazil¯i: From the Teaching of Ab¯u R¯a'itah al-Takr¯it¯i, the Syrian Bishop of Nisibis

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71.
Rebecca R. Williams, McGill University
The Miracles of Muhammad in Ibn Kath¯ir's al-Bid¯aya wa-l-Nih¯aya
72.
Ali Anooshahr, University of California Los Angeles
The Image of the King in al-`Utb¯i's T¯ar¯ikh Yam¯in¯i
73.
Eli Alshech, Princeton University
"Do Not Enter Houses Other Than Your Own": Early Islamic Conception of Domestic Privacy
74.
Joshua Winters, University of California Los Angeles
Cartography and Geography


D. South and Southeast Asia III. Christopher Z. Minkowski, Cornell University, Chair (2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) Salon VII
The Mah¯abh¯arata
75.
James L. Fitzgerald, University of Tennessee
A Meter-Guided Analysis and Discussion of the Dicing Match of the Sabh¯aparvan of the Mah¯abh¯arata
76.
Frederick M. Smith, University of Iowa
Possession, Identity, and the Meaning of Individual Action in the
Mah¯abh¯arata
77.
Aditya Adarkar, Montclair State University
Parallelism, Identity, and the Construction of Character in the
Mah¯abh¯arata
78.
Edeltraud Harzer, University of Texas at Austin
The Arrangement of the Karna Narrative in the Critical Edition of the Mah¯abh¯arata

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Dharma
79.
Donald R. Davis, Jr., University of Michigan
Three Roots vs. Four Feet: The Distinction of Religion and Law in Classical India
80.
David Brick, University of Texas at Austin
The Early Development of smrti
81.
Mark McClish, University of Texas at Austin
Different Aims? On dharma in the artha Literature


Saturday Evening


Franz Rosenthal, 1914-2003. William Hallo, Yale University, Chair (8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.) Sonoma I-II
82.
Jacob Lassner, Northwestern University
83.
Joel L. Kraemer, University of Chicago
84.
Stanley Insler, Yale University
85.
William Hallo, Yale University


Sunday, March 14th


8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Morning Registration and Book Exhibit. San Diego I-II


8:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Plenary Session: Wordplay. Gary M. Beckman, University of Michigan, Chair. Salon I-II
86.
Scott Noegel, University of Washington
Ancient Near East: Pungent Puns with a Punitive Punch: Contextualizing Ancient Near Eastern Word Play
87.
David Prager Branner, University of Maryland
East Asia: Word Play in Chinese
88.
Devin Stewart, Emory University
Islamic Near East: Cognate Paronomasia and Divine Epithets in the Qur'¯an
89.
Christopher Z. Minkowski, Cornell University
South & Southeast Asia: Sanskrit Wordplay


11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Annual Business Meeting. (All members are encouraged to attend.) Salon I-II


2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Book Exhibit. San Diego I-II


Sunday Afternoon Sectional Meetings


A. Ancient Near East V: Akkadian Language, Literature, and History. Matthew W. Waters, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Chair (2:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.) Salon I-II
90.
Rebecca Hasselbach, Harvard University
The Affiliation of Sargonic Akkadian with Babylonian and Assyrian: New Insights Concerning the Internal Sub-Grouping of Akkadian
91.
Andrea Seri, The University of Michigan
The rabianum during the Old Babylonian Period
92.
Seth Richardson, Oriental Institute, The University of Chicago
As Darkness Falls: Crown Lands in the Twilight of Babylon I
93.
Benjamin Studevent-Hickman, Harvard University
The Witnesses of Emar

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94.
Deborah O. Cantrell, Vanderbilt University
"Swift as Leopards and Fierce as Wolves": Changes in Horses and Horsemanship and the Demise of Chariot Warfare
95.
Raymond Westbrook, Johns Hopkins University
Evidentiary Procedure in the Middle Assyrian Laws
96.
Matthew Rutz, University of Pennsylvania
The sikk¯anu -Stele in Late Bronze Age Syria
97.
Paul-Alain Beaulieu, Harvard University
Building the North Palace of Nebuchadnezzar in Babylon


B. Ancient Near East VI: Persian and Mandaean Language, Literature, and History. Edwin M. Yamauchi, Miami University, Ohio, Chair (2:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) Salon VIII
98.
Martin Schwartz, University of California, Berkeley [withdrawn]
The Oldest Iranian Poetry: The Old Avestan Hymn to Hauma in Gathic Transformation
99.
Touraj Daryaee, California State University, Fullerton
The Ah¯enag¯an of the Sasanians
100.
Ilya S. Yakubovich, University of Chicago
Marriage on the Silk Road: A Comparative Analysis

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101.
Jorunn Jacobsen Buckley, Bowdoin College
A New Theory of Mandaean Origins and Early History
102.
Charles G. Häberl, Harvard University
The Neo-Mandaic Dialect of Shushtar
103.
David Flattery, University of California at Berkeley
Pharmacological Insights into the Origins of the *Sauma Ceremony


C. Islamic Near East V: Philosophy. Joseph Lowry, University of Pennsylvania, Chair (2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.) Salon VI
104.
Frank Griffel, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
Ms. London, British Library Or. 3126: A Textbook of Philosophical Metaphysics by al-Ghaz¯al¯i?
105.
Alexander Treiger, Yale University
New Evidence on the Arabic Versions of Ps.-Dionysus the Areopagite
106.
Jon McGinnis, University of Missouri, St. Louis
Positioning Heaven

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107.
Kevin van Bladel, Yale University
The Wise Sayings of the Arabic Hermes
108.
Siamak Adhami, Saddleback College
The Doctors of Islam; A Progress Report


D. South and Southeast Asia IV: Philosophy and Philosophic Literature. Hans Henrich Hock, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Chair (2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) Salon VII
109.
T. S. Rukmani, Concordia University
Revisiting the J¯ivanmukti Concept in S¯a\.nkhya
110.
Muneo Tokunaga, Kyoto University
On the Origin of the Le\'sy¯as
111.
Robert A. Goodding, University of Texas at Austin
The Adaptation of Yoga by Vidy¯aranya to his Teaching on Liberation

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112.
Jeson Woo, Dongguk University
Kamala\'s¯ila on yogijñ¯ana
113.
Joël Dubois, California State University, Sacramento
Literary Technique in \'Sa\.nkara's Upanisad Bh¯asyas
114.
Steven Lindquist, Concordia University
Reinterpreting Y¯ajñavalkya's Riddle (B¯AUK 3.9.28)


E. Islamic Near East VI: History. Steven Judd, Southern Connecticut State University, Chair (4:30 p.m.-6 p.m.) Salon VI
115.
Rachel T. Howes, California State University Northridge
Did the Seljuks Almost Lose?: The Historiography of the Battle of Sinjar
116.
Maya Yazigi, University of British Columbia
An Aspect of Continuity in Family Traditions from the Pre-Islamic to the Early Islamic Period: Genealogical Clues
117.
Niall G. F. Christie, Cornell University
The Kit¯ab al-Jih¯ad of `Al¯i ibn T¯ahir al-Sulam¯i: A Progress Report


3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Book Sale San Diego I-II


6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Social Hour (Cash Bar) West Foyer


8:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Annual Subscription Dinner. Salon IV-V


Presidential Address (Near the Conclusion of the Dinner, at approximately 9:15 p.m.)
Wadad Kadi, University of Chicago
Scholars and Their Books: A Peculiar Islamic View from the Tenth Century C.E


Monday, March 15th


9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Book Sale Continues. San Diego I-II


Monday Morning Sectional Meetings


A. Ancient Near East VII: Hittite and Northwest Semitic Language, Literature, and History. Richard E. Averbeck, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Chair (9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.) Salon I-II
118.
Carol F. Justus, University of Texas at Austin
Hittite Impersonal Verbs?
119.
Gary M. Beckman, University of Michigan
A Hittite Ritual for Depression
120.
Robert Hawley, University of Michigan and the Mission de Ras Shamra (Syria)
Ugaritic Scribal Practice as seen through Epistolary Form and the Overall Place of Ugarit within the Stream of Ancient Near Eastern Scribal Traditions
121.
Bradley J. Spencer, California State University, Fullerton
The Relation between Bilabial Alternation and Sentence Stress in Ugaritic

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122.
Carole Roche, University of Strasbourg, Mission de Ras Shamra (Syria)
The Diffusion of Mesopotamian Lexical Lists throughout the Middle East in the Late Bronze Age: The Impact on Neighboring Civilizations
123.
Matthew J. Suriano, University of California, Los Angeles
"And he slept with his fathers": A Re-interpretation of the Biblical Idiom for Death and Burial
124.
Thomas Hentrich, Kyoto University
Disability in Ancient Israel: The Role of the "Lame and Blind" during David's Conquest of Jerusalem
125.
Oded Tammuz, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva
Nehemiah's Memoir: A Fictional Autobiography


B. Islamic Near East VII: `Ilm al-Kal¯am in Context: `Ilm al-Kal¯am and its Relation to the Other Sciences. Everett K. Rowson, New York University, Chair (9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.) Salon III
126.
Asad Ahmed, Princeton University
Some Observations on the Kal¯am Roots of the Haq¯iqa-Maj¯az Discussions in Classical and Scholastic Arabic Poetics
127.
Felicitas Opwis, Wake Forest University
Legal Analogy and Causality in God's Laws: The Solution of Fakhr al-D¯in al-R¯az¯i
128.
Maurice Pomerantz, University of Chicago
The Mu`tazil¯i Da`wah at Rayy: al-S¯ahib ibn `Abb¯ad's Letters on the Appointment of the Q¯ad¯i al-Qud¯ah `Abd al-Jabb¯ar

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129.
Tariq Jaffer, Yale University
The Mingling of Theology, Philosophy and Exegesis in R¯az¯i's "Great Commentary on the Qur'¯an"
130.
Racha el Omari, Yale University
A Mu`tazilite Refutation of Isn¯ad Criticism: The Qab¯ul al-Akhb¯ar wa-Ma`rifat al-Rij¯al of Ab¯u 'l-Q¯asim al-Balkh¯i al-Ka`b¯i (d. 319/931)


C. Islamic Near East VIII: Arabic Poetry and Poetics. Michael Cooperson, University of California Los Angeles, Chair (9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.) Salon VI
131.
Mark Wagner, Vassar College
Vernacular Poetry and Humor in Eighteenth Century Yemen: `Al¯i ibn al-Hasan al-Khafanj¯i and His Circle
132.
Majd al-Mallah, Grand Valley State University
Al-Mutanabb¯i's Poetics and Politics: A Victory Ode after a Military Defeat

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133.
Jaroslav Stetkevych, University of Chicago [withdrawn]
The Tardiyyah Transformed: Developments in the Arabic Hunt Poem from the Early to Late `Abbasid Period
134.
Suzanne P. Stetkevych, Indiana University [withdrawn]
The Dove and The Crow: Myth and Politics in Two Elegies from al-Ma`arr¯i's Saqt al-Zand
135.
Natalie Khazaal, University of California Los Angeles
al-Khubz al-H¯af¯i -Individual and Society


D. South and Southeast Asia V. Stanley Insler, Yale University, Chair (9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.) Salon VII
Linguistics and Language
136.
Signe Cohen, University of Missouri, Columbia
Two Noun Classes in Harappan?
137.
Hans Henrich Hock, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Aspirate Sonorants: Sonorants + [h] in Middle Indo-Aryan
138.
Peter M. Scharf, Brown University
P¯aninian Accounts of the Vedic Subjunctive: let krnvaíte
139.
Stanley Insler, Yale University
Avestan fsu-

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Rgveda and Atharvaveda
140.
Stephanie W. Jamison, University of California at Los Angeles
Poetic "Repair" in the Rig Veda
141.
Jarrod L. Whitaker, University of Texas at Austin
Drinking Status, Embodying Duty: Reconsidering ójas , "authority," in the Rgveda and Atharvaveda
142.
Joel P. Brereton, University of Texas at Austin
The Funeral Hymn of Brhaduktha







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