Today I had the pleasure of adding Rachel Aubrey’s masters thesis to the Comprehensive Bibliography of Hellenistic Greek Linguistics. Hellenistic Greek Middle Voice: Semantic Event Structure and Voice Typology is a significant addition to the literature on Hellenistic Greek Linguistics, and now it is available for free download at the Canada Institute of Linguistics (CANIL).
The thesis has already garnered attention online. Seumas Macdonald began a series of blog posts on it at The Patrologist in mid April. James Spinti has posted three short comments about its implications at http://anebooks.blogspot.com/, and Michael Aubry (Rachel’s spouse) posted a notice about it at Koine-Greek.com last week. It is a pleasure to add my voice to the attention the thesis is rightfully attracting.
Rachel Aubrey also has a chapter related to her thesis in The Greek Verb Revisited: A Fresh Approach for Biblical Exegesis: “Motivated Categories, Middle Voice, and Passive Morphology.” I have an order placed for a physical copy of the book so that I can mark it up with my own comments in the margins! When it arrives I will finally get around to entering all of the papers in the bibliography!