Five Kinds of Rewriting, Appropriation, Influence and the Manuscript History of Early Syriac Literature
rewriting, appropriation, influence, manuscripts, early Syriac literature
Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson won the 1978 Noble Prize in Physics because of the noise in their experiment. While using the large communications antenna owned by Bell Laboratories, these two astronomers were frustrated by the presence of "a persistent background noise [ ... ] that made any experimental work impossible. The noise was unrelenting and unfocused [and] came from every point in the sky." They spent a year trying to eliminate this noise, but without success. When they turned to Rebert Dickie at Princeton for help, he explained that they were, in fact, recording the cosmic radiation left over from the Big Bang.
Original Publication Citation
“Five Kinds of Rewriting: Appropriation, Influence and the Manuscript History of early Syriac Literature.” Journal of the Canadian Society of Syriac Studies 15 (2015): 51-65.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Heal, Kristian, "Five Kinds of Rewriting, Appropriation, Influence and the Manuscript History of Early Syriac Literature" (2015). Faculty Publications. 3590.
Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies