Plenary addresses will be delivered by Martin Karrer (Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel) and Philip Alexander (University of Manchester). Keynote addresses will also be given by William Tooman (University of St Andrews), Jonathan Norton (Heythrop College London), Susan Docherty (Birmingham), and Willem Smelik (University College London).
Cost: Early Bird (1 December-1 February) £30; Standard (2 February-30 May) £50. Applications for travel grants are available to students upon request. Registration opens 1 December.
We are accepting abstracts of 300 words for short papers (20-25 mins) addressing the following questions relating to how Hebrew Bible, Dead Sea Scrolls & Pseudepigrapha, New Testament, and Rabbinic Judaism/Early Christian Writings interacted with and reused the texts and versions of the Hebrew Bible:
Abstracts accepted until 1 February 2014.
- Compositional techniques
- Reading strategies of the Hebrew Bible in antiquity
- Vorlage(n) of quotations and allusions to the Hebrew Bible
- The reuse of sacred texts and traditions
- The text of the Hebrew Bible as reflected in the literature of Second Temple Judaism
- Theological reuse of the Hebrew Bible
- Translation techniques
- Related Topics