Femke Siebesma-Mannens

  • De Boelelaan 1105

    1081 HV Amsterdam


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PhD student in Linguistics


My PhD project aims at expanding the knowledge of the much-debated nature of the Hebrew language in the Dead Sea Scrolls. I study verbal valence patterns (the patterns the verb forms with its arguments) that occur in the Dead Sea Scrolls and compare them to those in other types of Hebrew. This computer-assisted research takes places at the Eep Talstra Centre for Bible and Computer (ETCBC).

My research is funded by a PhDs in the Humanities grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and supervised by prof. dr. L. J. de Vries, prof. dr. W. T. van Peursen and dr. J. W. Dyk.

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Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor, Evangelische Theologische Faculteit

Master, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

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Bible Arts & Humanities
Web Sites Arts & Humanities
News Arts & Humanities
Font Arts & Humanities
Dead Sea Scrolls Arts & Humanities
Valence Arts & Humanities
Hebrew Language Arts & Humanities
Verb Forms Arts & Humanities

Research Output 2017 2017

  • 1 Online publication or Website


Kingham, C., van Peursen, W. T., Bakker, D., Erwich, C. M., Siebesma-Mannens, F. P. & Talstra, E., 2017

Research output: Online publication or Non-textual formOnline publication or WebsiteProfessional

Web Sites

Activities 2017 2017


Wido van Peursen (Organiser), Cody Kingham (Organiser), C.M. Erwich (Organiser), F.P. Siebesma-Mannens (Organiser), HC Baayen (Participant), F. Polak (Participant), M. Winther-Nielsen (Participant), Dirk Roorda (Participant)
31 Oct 20171 Nov 2017

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventWorkshopAcademic


Dead Sea Scrolls
Syntactic Variation
Linguistic Change