Journal of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies Volume 9 (2017)
Edited by Ramez Boutros, Jitse Dijkstra and Helene Moussa
The Journal of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies(JCSCS) is published annually on behalf of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies by Lockwood Press. The Canadian Society for Coptic Studies is a Toronto-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to bring together individuals interested in Coptic studies and to promote the dissemination of scholarly information on Coptic Studies through the organization of meetings and conferences and through the preparation of scholarly works for publication.
Tonio Sebastian Richter - "Whatever in the Coptic Language Is Not Greek, Can Wholly Be Considered Ancient Egyptian": Recent Approaches towards an Integrated View of the Egyptian-Coptic Lexicon
Ariel Shisha-Halevy - Reflections on the Historical Study of Egyptian
Helmut Satzinger - Dialectical Variation of the Egyptian-Coptic Language in the Course of Its Four Millennia of Attested History
Wolf-Peter Funk - Some Lesser Known Prospective and Causative Conjugation Forms in Coptic Dialects and the Problem of Their Ancestry
Lincoln H. Blumell - Some Unpublished Coptic Inscriptions in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Rachad Mounir Shoucri - The Egyptian Roots of Egyptian Monasticism and Its Impact on Christian Monasticism
Ramez Boutrosis a Lecturer and Research Fellow at the University of Toronto.
Jitse Dijkstrais Associate Professor for Department of Classics and Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa.
Helene Moussais Volunteer Curator of St Mark’s Coptic Museum and Secretary of Canadian Society for Coptic Studies' Board of Directors.