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          A Canonical Reconsideration of the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:1-21): The Song of Moses or the Song of Miriam?

          Hannah,An 한국신학정보연구원 2016 Canon&Culture Vol.10 No.1

          A growing number of scholars working from a variety of critical assumptions endorse the idea that the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:1b-18), which is traditionally associated with Moses, should be attributed, instead, to Miriam. This article examines J. Gerald Janzen's contribution supporting the Miriamic priority based on a canonical reading of the exodus narrative. A close reading of the relevant biblical texts, however, indicates that the final form of the exodus account affirms the Mosaic initiative of the song. The purported function of the analeptic כי in Exodus 15:19 does not hold up in the broader narrative scheme of Exodus 14-15, especially in light of Isaac Rabinowitz's thesis of אז as a literary device in Exodus 15:1. The present author argues that the double-envelope structure (Exod 14:22//14:29; 15:1//21) created by the distinct literary features of Exodus 14:22-15:21 provides the interpretive framework for understanding the narrative dynamics of the events surrounding the Song at the Sea. Moreover, the divine ascriptions in the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:2), in contrast to the songs of Deborah and Hannah, evince that the present literary form of the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:1b-18) places the song first on Moses's lips. A growing number of scholars working from a variety of critical assumptions endorse the idea that the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:1b-18), which is traditionally associated with Moses, should be attributed, instead, to Miriam. This article examines J. Gerald Janzen's contribution supporting the Miriamic priority based on a canonical reading of the exodus narrative. A close reading of the relevant biblical texts, however, indicates that the final form of the exodus account affirms the Mosaic initiative of the song. The purported function of the analeptic כ י in Exodus 15:19 does not hold up in the broader narrative scheme of Exodus 14-15, especially in light of Isaac Rabinowitz's thesis of אז as a literary device in Exodus 15:1. The present author argues that the double- envelope structure (Exod 14:22//14:29; 15:1//21) created by the distinct literary features of Exodus 14:22-15:21 provides the interpretive framework for understanding the narrative dynamics of the events surrounding the Song at the Sea. Moreover, the divine ascriptions in the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:2), in contrast to the songs of Deborah and Hannah, evince that the present literary form of the Song at the Sea. (Exod 15:1b-18) places the song first on Moses's lips.

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          A Canonical Reconsideration of the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:1-21)

          Hannah S. An(안한나) 한국신학정보연구원 2016 Canon&Culture Vol.10 No.1

          최근 성서 학계는 전통적으로 모세의 저작으로 여겨진 ‘홍해에서의 노래'(출 15:1b-18)가 원래 미리암의 것이었다는 주장을 여러 비평학적인 가정들을 통해 점진적으로 수용하고 있다. 특히 J. Gerald Janzen은 정경적인 독법을 통해서도 출 15장의 본문이 미리암 전승의 선재성을 지지함을 알 수 있다고 주장해 주목을 받고 있다. 반면 필자는 출애굽기 내러티브에 나타난 ‘홍해에서의 노래'의 최종 형태가 모세의 선창을 기술한다는 것을 관련된 본문의 정경적인 독법을 통해 밝힌다. 특히 필자는 Janzen이 주장하는 회상적 기능의 כ י (출 15:19)가 Isaac Rabinowitz의 편집적 기능의 א ז (출 19:1a)를 충분히 고려하지 못한 오류를 범하고 있음을 지적한다. 더 나아가 필자는 출 14:22-15:21에 나타난 이중 구조적 문예장치(the double-envelope structure)가 홍해 도강을 에워싼 내러티브의 연계성과 역동성을 이해하는 결정적인 해석학적 열쇠를 가지고 있다고 주장한다. 아울러 홍해에서의 노래를 드보라와 한나의 승전가(삿 5; 삼상 2)와 비교할 때, 출 15:2에 나타난 ‘내 아버지의 하나님'과 같은 신적 존칭들은 기존의 정경적 형태가 결정적으로 모세를 ‘홍해에서의 노래'의 선창가로 지목하고 있음을 증명해 주고 있다. A growing number of scholars working from a variety of critical assumptions endorse the idea that the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:1b-18), which is traditionally associated with Moses, should be attributed, instead, to Miriam. This article examines J. Gerald Janzen's contribution supporting the Miriamic priority based on a canonical reading of the exodus narrative. A close reading of the relevant biblical texts, however, indicates that the final form of the exodus account affirms the Mosaic initiative of the song. The purported function of the analeptic כ י in Exodus 15:19 does not hold up in the broader narrative scheme of Exodus 14-15, especially in light of Isaac Rabinowitz's thesis of אז as a literary device in Exodus 15:1. The present author argues that the double-envelope structure (Exod 14:22//14:29; 15:1//21) created by the distinct literary features of Exodus 14:22-15:21 provides the interpretive framework for understanding the narrative dynamics of the events surrounding the Song at the Sea. Moreover, the divine ascriptions in the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:2), in contrast to the songs of Deborah and Hannah, evince that the present literary form of the Song at the Sea (Exod 15:1b-18) places the song first on Moses's lips.

        • 영국의 연령주의: 현황과 사회적 대응 (Ageism in UK)

          Hannah,Swift 한국노년학회 2017 한국노년학회 학술발표논문집 Vol.2017 No.국제학술

          '스콜라' 이용 시 소속기관이 구독 중이 아닌 경우, 오후 4시부터 익일 오전 7시까지 원문보기가 가능합니다.

          Dr. Hannah Swift is a Research Fellow at the School of Psychology, University of Kent in the UK. She obtained her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the same university in 2012, supported by a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Age UK. Her research focuses on ageism, attitudes to age, stereotype threat, loneliness and well-being, as well as active, healthy aging and has been supported by over half a million in grants from UK research councils, UK government and non-government oragnisations, such as ESRC, Age UK, and The Big Lottery. She has co-authored reports on the implications of population ageing, age prejudice and discrimination for the UK Government Office for Science, the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the Department for Work and Pensions and the British Medical Association. She has also written policy papers for the for the Gerontological Society of America and AARP. She is a core member of EURAGE, the European Research Group on Attitudes to Age, and the Age Action Alliances' Working Group on Attitudes to Age. Her research has been published in Psychology and Aging, Journal of Gerontology, BMJ-Open, and Journal of Social Issues and thus far includes 16 papers, 2 book chapters and 8 reports for government and nongovernment organisations. She has presented 27 papers at national and international conferences and has contributed to local and national radio and TV.

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          Review of Domestic and Foreign Legal Status and Issues of Conscientious Objection to Abortion

          Hannah,Moon,Myung-Hee,Kim 이화여자대학교 생명의료법연구소 2019 Asia Pacific Journal of Health Law & Ethics Vol.12 No.3

          '스콜라' 이용 시 소속기관이 구독 중이 아닌 경우, 오후 4시부터 익일 오전 7시까지 원문보기가 가능합니다.

          In accordance with Article 15 of the Medical Service Act , medical personnel or a founder of a medical institution may not, upon receiving a request for medical treatment or assistance in childbirth, refuse to render his/her service without ‘any justifiable ground'in Korea. However, conscientious objection to abortion became a hot topic, as gynecologists who were unable to perform abortion in accordance with their religious and conscientious beliefs asked to recognize their right to veto after the Constitutional Court ruling on the punishment for abortion. It is forbidden to arbitrarily deny a medical provider a medical act. but conscientious and religious freedom of all people should be guaranteed. So it is also necessary to discuss the appropriateness of the range of conscientious objection for specific medical practices. As a based from the data, this paper summarizes the current status of the United States, Ireland, Italy, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Canada, which guarantee the conscientious objection of medical providers to abortion in the form of medical law, special law and guidelines. And through this work, we have drawn up issues that require social consensus for domestic legalization. We hope that the discussion on conscientious objection to the realization of the rights of both the patient and the health care provider will be initiated through social consensus on these issues.

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          Regulatory Dendritic Cells Induced by Mesenchymal Stem Cells Ameliorate Dextran Sodium Sulfate-Induced Chronic Colitis in Mice

          ( Hannah Jo ), ( Young Woo Eom ), ( Hyun-soo Kim ), ( Hong Jun Park ), ( Hee Man Kim ), ( Mee-yon Cho ) 대한소화기학회 2018 Gut and Liver Vol.12 No.6

          Background/Aims: Regulatory dendritic cells (rDCs), which can be induced by mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), play an important role in inducing and maintaining homeostasis of regulatory T cells and exhibit anti-inflammatory functions. In this study, we investigated whether MSCs could differentiate DCs into rDCs and compared the therapeutic effects of rDCs and MSCs on dextran sodium sulfate (DSS)-induced chronic colitis mice. Methods: Immature DCs (imDCs) and lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-treated mature DCs (mDCs) were co-cultured with MSCs for 48 hours, and then the profiles of surface markers and cytokines and regulatory roles of these DCs for primary splenocytes were analyzed. In addition, the therapeutic effects of MSCs and DCs co-cultured with MSCs were compared in chronic colitis mice. Results: After co-culture of imDCs (MSC-DCs) or LPS-treated mDCs (LPS+MSCDCs) with MSCs, the expression of CD11c, CD80, CD86, interleukin 6 (IL-6), tumor necrosis factor-α (TNF-α), and interferon-γ (IFN-γ), was decreased, but that of CD11b, IL-10, and transforming growth factor-β (TGF-β) was increased. Furthermore, MSC-DCs and LPS+MSC-DCs induced the expression of CD4, CD25, and Foxp3 in primary splenocytes isolated from mice. In DSS-induced colitis mice, MSCs and MSC-DCs increased colon length, body weight, and survival rate and induced histological improvement. Moreover, in the colon tissues, the expression of IL-6, TNF-α, and IFN-γ decreased, but that of IL-10, TGF-β, and Foxp3 increased in the MSC- and MSC-DC-injected groups. Conclusions: Our data suggest that MSCs differentiate DCs into rDCs, which ameliorate chronic colitis. Thus, rDCs stimulated by MSCs may be therapeutically useful for the treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases. (Gut Liver 2018;12:664-673)

        • S-337 : A case of peritoneal dialysis-associated peritonitis caused by Brevundimonas vesic ularis

          ( Hannah Ra ), ( Jun Hyoung Ahn ), ( Junseok Ho ), ( Jae Seon Song ), ( Hyun Ju Yoon ), ( In O Sun ), ( Kwang Young Lee ) 대한내과학회 2015 대한내과학회 추계학술대회 Vol.2015 No.1

          Brevundimonas vesicularis are a non-lactose fermenting, gram-negative bacillus that is assigned to a group IV Pseudomonas species and considered to have low virulence. There are sporadic reports of the organism causing endocarditis, meningitis, septicemia, and pneumonia; however, it is an unusual pathogen in cases of peritoneal dialysis (PD)-associated peritonitis. Furthermore, recommendations for treatment of PD-associated refractory peritonitis induced B. vesicularis were not included in the International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis guidelines. One day, a 71-year-old Korean woman who had been treated with CAPD for 2 years was admitted to our hospital because of turbid peritoneal effluent accompanied by constant abdominal pain that began 5 days prior to her admission. The underlying causes of herend- stage renal disease were hypertension and diabetes mellitus. On admission, her blood pressure was 119/74 mmHg, heart rate was 94 beats/min, respiratory rate was 20/min, and body temperature was 37.7℃. Her abdomen was diffusely tender with normal bowel sounds, and no evidence of infection was identified around the catheter exit site. The laboratory findings showed PD peritonitis: the white blood cell (WBC) count of the peritoneal effluent was 2,800/mm3 with a neutrophil predominance (95%). Her WBC count was 6.4 × 109/L, and C-reactive protein was 4.32 mg/dL. Bacteria were not observed on Gram stain examination After peritoneal fluid was sent for bacterial culture, a single 1-g dose of cefazolin and a single 1-g dose of ceftazidime were given intraperitoneally per day. Culture of the peritoneal dialysate revealed B. vesicularis which was susceptible to cefepime, cefotaxime, imipenem, piperacillin, and gentamicin. Despite the use of intraperitoneal antibiotics for 5 days, the patient's abdominal pain and intermittent fevers persisted, and the WBC count of the peritoneal effluents was elevated to 430/mm3. In the end, the PD catheter had to be removed on the 5th day after starting intraperitoneal antibiotics. We conclude this is the first refractory case of PD-associated peritonitis due to B. vesicularis, which resolved following catheter removal in South Korea.

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          Strongyloidiasis Presenting as yellowish nodules in Colonoscopy of an Immunocompetent Patient

          Hannah,Ra,Jun-Won,Chung,Dong,Hae,Chung,Jung,Ho,Kim,Yoon,Jae,Kim,Kyoung,Oh,Kim,Kwang,An,Kwon,Dong,Kyun,Park 대한소화기내시경학회 2019 Clinical Endoscopy Vol.52 No.1

          Strongyloides stercoralis is endemic to tropical and subtropical regions, and infections are usually asymptomatic. However,immunocompromised patients, such as those receiving immunosuppressive therapy, high-dose steroids, or chemotherapy, can developfatal hyperinfections. An 84-year-old man without any symptoms was diagnosed with strongyloidiasis during a regular screeningcolonoscopy. His medical history only involved a gastric endoscopic submucosal dissection for early gastric cancer 6 months previously. Few cases have been published about asymptomatic strongyloidiasis diagnosed in an immunocompetent host via endoscopic mucosalresection with characteristic colonoscopic findings. We report a case of colon-involved asymptomatic strongyloidiasis with specificcolonic findings of yellowish-white nodules. This finding may be an important marker of S. stercoralis infection, which could preventhyperinfections.

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