Snell, Daniel C.
SNELL, Daniel C.
SNELL, Daniel C. American, b. 1947. Genres: History, Anthropology/ Ethnology, Language/Linguistics, Theology/Religion, Classics. Career: University of Washington, Seattle, instructor in Near Eastern languages, 1975-76; City University of New York, Mellon fellow, 1976-77; Connecticut College, New London, assistant professor of religious studies, 1977-78; Barnard College, NYC, assistant professor of religious studies, 1978-80; Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN, assistant professor of religion, 1981- 82; University of Oklahoma, Norman, assistant professor to professor of history, 1983-. Publications: A Workbook of Cuneiform Signs, 1979, repr. with revisions, 1982; The E.A. Hoffman Collection and Other American Collections, 1979; Ledgers and Prices: Early Mesopotamian Merchant Accounts, 1982; (contrib. of exercises) R. Caplice, Introduction to Akkadian, 2nd ed., 1988; Twice-Told Proverbs and the Composition of the Book of Proverbs, 1993; Life in the Ancient Near East, 3100-322 B.C.E., 1997. EDITOR: (with C.H. Lager, and author of intro.) Economic Texts from Sumer, 1991; (with M.E. Cohen and D.B. Weisberg, and contrib.) The Tablet and the Scroll: Near Eastern Studies in Honor of William W. Hallo, 1993. Contributor of articles and reviews to scholarly journals. Address: Department of History, University of Oklahoma, 455 West Lindsey, Norman, OK 73019, U.S.A. On- line address: [email protected]