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Aaron Schade

Professor
Ancient Scripture

303 B JSB
Provo, UT 84602

Biography

Research interests:

  1. Phoenician
  2. Semitic languages
  3. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament

Research Interests

Phoenician, Semitic languages and linguistics, Old Testament, Archaeology

Teaching Interests

Old Testament, New Testament, Pearl of Great Price, Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Archaeology

Professional Citizenship

  • Other, Archaeological Consortium , 2017-05-01 - 2017-05-31 - Present
  • Editor, Associate Editor, Sperry Symposium , 2016-01-01 - 2016-12-31 - 2017-01-01 - 2017-12-31

Courses Taught

2020

  • REL A 302 : Section 001
  • REL A 302 : Section 002
  • REL A 327 : Section 004
  • REL A 327 : Section 006
  • ANES 331 : Section 001
  • REL A 327 : Section 005
  • REL A 327 : Section 007

2019

  • REL A 302 : Section 001
  • REL A 302 : Section 002
  • REL A 327 : Section 005
  • REL A 327 : Section 006
  • ANES 353R: Section 003
  • ANES 390R: Section 001

2018

  • REL A 311R: Section 002
  • REL A 303R: Section 002
  • REL A 311R: Section 002
  • REL A 303R: Section 002
  • REL A 311R: Section 002
  • REL A 303R: Section 002

2017

  • REL A 311R: Section 002
  • REL A 303R: Section 002
  • ANES 353R: Section 4
  • ANES 390R: Section 001
  • ANES 390R: Section 2
  • ANES 390R: Section 003
  • REL A 211 : Section 003
  • REL A 211 : Section 007
  • REL A 211 : Section 014
  • REL A 301 : Section 003

2016

  • REL A 302 : Section 001
  • REL A 302 : Section 002
  • REL A 327 : Section 004
  • REL A 327 : Section 007
  • REL A 327 : Section 001
  • REL A 327 : Section 002
  • REL A 211 : Section 015
  • REL A 211 : Section 021
  • REL A 327 : Section 003
  • REL A 327 : Section 004

2015

  • REL A 327 : Section 002
  • REL A 327 : Section 003
  • REL A 327 : Section 004

2014

  • REL A 327 : Section 006
  • REL A 327 : Section 007
  • REL A 327 : Section 008

Presentations

  • Ji C, Schade AP, Ruben A. Khirbat Ataruz from Cultic to Domestic: Results of the 2018-20 Fieldwork and 3D Modeling of Architectural Remains. American Society for Oriental Research Annual meeting. November, 2020.
  • Schade A. “Khirbat Ataruz in Iron IIB-IIC Periods: Ceramic and Architectural Finds and their Implication for Moabite Archaeology” . American Society for Oriental Research Annual meeting. November, 2019.
  • Schade AP. “Khirbat Ataruz in the Late Iron IIB and Iron IIC Periods: Synthesizing 15-Years of Archaeological Excavation Findings” . 14th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. January, 2019.
  • Ji C, Schade A. “The Khirbat Ataruz Project, 2016-2017: Excavations of the Acropolis and Southeastern Slope” . American Society for Oriental Research Annual meeting. November, 2018.
  • Schade AP, Belnap D. “‘I am Azatiwada…and may this city possess Grain and Wine’: Altruistic Identity in the Phoenician/Luwian Bilingual Inscriptions of Azatiwada” . Paper presented aThe American Society for Oriental Research Annual meeting. November, 2016.
  • Gee JL, Schade AP. Subordinating and Volitional (Non-Indicative) Verb Forms in Phonecian and Luwian Inscriptions. 12 Mainz International Colloquium on Ancient Hebrew & The Idea of Writing. November, 2015.
  • Gee JL, Schade AP. Categories of Volition in Luwian and Phoenician Inscriptions: Functioning Subordinating and Volitional Forms . American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. November, 2015.
  • Gee JL, Schade AP. The Phonecian/Luwian Bilingual Inscription of Azatiwada: The Use of the Optative Form. Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. November, 2015.
  • Schade AP. “Prefixed Verb Forms in Phoenician: ‘Injunctive’ yaqtula and ‘Energic’ forms?” . Society for Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. The purpose of this paper will be to explore the difference in usage between prefixed verb forms in Phoenician inscriptions I will begin by examining the syntax and pragmatic functions of jussive verb forms, the genres in which they occur, and how they are situated within a text I will then discuss the usage of other prefixed verb forms, particularly in conditional clauses, and I will explore the possibility of the occurrence of “Injunctive” yaqtula and “energic” forms in Phoenician In this paper I will suggest that in situations dealing with condition and possibility, rather than witnessing indicatives used in modality, these might be forms related to earlier cognate languages that typically pertain to volition, remnants of which that may find parallels in the use of the Hebrew cohortative I will draw from several examples in efforts to paint a plausible scenario of the use of these “Injunctive” forms in Phoenician inscriptions . November, 2014.
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