We want to branch out beyond simply blogging news and research to producing both scholarly and online educational content. To that end we have embarked on several substantial projects and we would like your help!
- More regular reviews of both books and articles relevant to Greek and linguistics.
- Video content that presents educational discussions of Greek grammar, linguistic theory, and their interface.
- Two books!
- A reference grammar of Koine Greek (this project actually started three years ago and is progressing slowly but surely)
- An introduction to grammatical analysis designed specifically for students of Ancient Greek
Grammar writing is a long and difficult process. It requires large amounts of data and copious amounts of research. For the past 5 years I, along with Rachel Aubrey and a handful of other contributors, have been working on a reference grammar of Koine Greek that goes beyond the typical corpus of the New Testament to include the larger era of the Early Roman Koine.
With your support, we can do all these more effectively and provide substantial benefit to the larger community of Greek students and scholars!