Peter T. Daniels
Daniels studied languages at Cornell University and the University of Chicago. He taught at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and Chicago State University and was a visiting professor at three continents. Today Daniels lives in New York and has been working for a book publisher.
Peter Daniels has specialized in the subject heading. Coming from the Arab Zähltradition and standing for an alphabetic sort order term abjad he has since 1990 translated into a series of publications on the term for a particular, vowel -less alphabet font type ( also Abugida ), but is not there remained unchallenged. Together with William Bright, he is editor of the extensive standard work The World 's Writing Systems ( German: The writing systems of the world).
- Introduction to the Semitic Languages . Text Specimens and Grammatical Sketches. Translation of the work of Gotthelf Bergstraesser into English. Eisenbrauns 1983. ISBN 0931464102
- Peter T. Daniels, William Bright: The World 's Writing Systems. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1996. ISBN 0195079930
- From Cyrus to Alexander. A History of the Persian Empire. Translation of the work of Pierre Briant into English. Eisenbrauns, Winona Lake, 2002. ISBN 1575060310
- University teachers (Milwaukee )
- University teachers (Chicago State University)
- Born in 1951