Conferences

The Revised ICCR Program, Zurich 2014

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Is available in PDF here.  Registration for the conference has been closed for a bit- but those who want to follow the action will know via the program who is doing what when and where.

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One of the Many Reasons that CBA is one of the Best Conferences to Attend

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They have the best food- and it’s abundant.  Thomas Bolin will concur.  Keep up with this year’s meeting (which I sadly could not attend) on the twitter at #cba2014.

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#CBA2014 is In Progress

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cbaAnd you can follow the action at #CBA2014 on the twitter.  Or you can follow the CBA twitter master- Ellen White.  She’s awesome.  She’s also the official CBA Facebook Group boss!

My #SBL2014 Schedule (Revised)

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When I’m not in a session I’ll be in the book hall or hanging out with friends. Because I know you want to know…

Report From SOTS 2014 Summer Meeting

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From the T&T Clark people.  Take a look.

Aussies, Take Note

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There’s a conference you may wish to attend-  I’m not sure about the Athas person* but the others are top notch.

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*NB – I actually do know the Athas person. He’s a smart kid.

Conference Announcement

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Workshop in Honour of Professor Tom Scott

To honour Professor Scott’s contribution to Reformation studies, the Reformation Studies Institute of the University of St Andrews will host a workshop on 31st October / 1st November 2014.

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News From Berlin

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Via Refo500

The Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin invites those working towards a PhD or Habilitation in Reformation Studies to the Second Inter-University Colloquium in Reformation Studies, Wittenberg/Leucorea, 3 (Afternoon) – 5 (Noon) October 2014.

Apocalypticism and Mysticism

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Via the undersigned-

The Eighth Enoch Seminar will convene at the Villa Cagnola [http://www.villacagnola.it/] in Gazzada, Italy (near Milan), from 21 to 26 June, 2015. It is organised by Daniel Boyarin (Berkeley, USA), Lorenzo DiTommaso (Montreal, Canada), and Elliot Wolfson (New York, USA), under the guidance of the Founding Director of the Enoch Seminar Gabriele Boccaccini (Michigan, USA).

The Seminar topic is apocalypticism and mysticism, their natures and relationship, in Judaism and Christianity from the Second Temple era through the late antique and early mediaeval centuries. Our aim is to discuss the main issues in light of new evidence, methodologies, and approaches, oriented by a desire to advance the discussion along a broad front. While we do not expect to address every issue or answer every question, we do anticipate that the published results of our Seminar will stand as a foundational study for future research.

As participation is by invitation only, we invite all interested specialists to contact the Seminar secretary, Jason Zurawski [jasonzur@umich.edu] as soon as possible, at the latest by 1 December 2014. As usual, all papers circulate in advance and are not read in the sessions, which are devoted primarily to discussion.

Sincerely,

Daniel Boyarin
Lorenzo DiTommaso
Elliot Wolfson
Gabriele Boccaccini
(conference committee)