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The 2020 SOTS Winter Meeting Booking Form and Program

Are now available: 2020 Winter Meeting Booking Form 2020 Programme 2020 SOTS Travel Directions to Jubilee Campus, Nottingham I hope to see you there.

Oh I Sense I Dinner Venue for SOTS 2020 Winter Meeting!

Happy Birthday, SOTS

Mat Collins wrote on the SOTS facebook page on 29 June, 2016- For those interested in that sort of thing, it was 100 years ago today (29th June 1916) that the first proper planning meeting for SOTS was held. Nine scholars met in the rooms of R.H. Kennett at Queen’s College, Cambridge, and resolved to …

#SOTS19 – Dinner

Via Viv Rowett, official photog of the conference.

#SOTS19 – The Dining Hall

With thanks to Viv Rowett for the photo!  Fitzwilliam College has gone all out!

#SOTS19

Follow the Winter Meeting of the Society for Old Testament Study (meeting this week at Cambridge) at #sots19 on the twitter.

SOTS, Two Years Ago, Today…

In Nottingham…

SOTS 2019 Winter Meeting Program

SOTS Winter Meeting Registration Deadline

Via the Hospitality Secretary- The final booking deadline for the Winter Meeting is rapidly approaching on this Friday 7 December, so please act NOW if you plan to attend and haven’t already booked.  Perhaps members could also be encouraged to inform their doctoral students about SOTS meetings, as there are low-income packages available.  Delegates are …

The SOTS Winter Meeting Details Have Been Posted

The conference will meet at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge (one of my favorite venues) but, alas, because I’ll be in Zurich in February I won’t be making it to SOTS this year.  But you should go.  You really should.  It’s a superior conference with papers always worth hearing and a collegial and warm atmosphere throughout.

The SOTS Announcement of John Rogerson’s Passing

Dear Member, With sadness I write to to share news with you that I received from Walter Houston yesterday about the death of Prof John Rogerson. Walter wrote: John Rogerson died this morning—suddenly of a heart attack on a visit to hospital. We had the news from one of our daughters in Sheffield even before …

Follow Jonathan on Twitter for Updates from the Summer Meeting of SOTS

You can find Jonathan here.  He’s tweeting the Summer meeting in Durham. UPDATE:  Jonathan writes For those wanting to see pictures and—perhaps—a few more posts, look for #sots18 on the Twitter

The SOTS Summer Meeting Program

The SOTS Summer Meeting Booking Forms Have Been Sent

If you’re a member of the Society for Old Testament Study, you’ve received by now an email containing the Summer meeting booking form and other material.  Unfortunately I won’t be at the Summer festivities, but if you can go, you should go.  And if you aren’t a member, you should apply.  A more cordial friendly …

News for Members of SOTS

From the Secretary-  The Society is pleased to announce that Sage Publications are now providing free online access for members of SOTS to the Book List each year. The links are now available in the password-protected Members’ Area of the SOTS website. The current links are to the 2016 and 2017 editions; the intention is …

The SOTS Winter Meeting 2018

All the details are here.  I apologize that I won’t be there, but in January I’ll be in Hong Kong teaching J-Term to our wonderful students and our exceptional community. I’ll be back to SOTS for the Winter Meeting in 2019.  I presume. DV.

Brilliant News From #SOTS100: The Election of our Next President

Jonathan tweets- We have elected Prof. Susan Gillingham from Oxford as president of SOTS in 2019. #sots100 @OxfordTheology An utterly brilliant choice.

#SOTS100

The Summer Meeting of the Society for Old Testament Study begins today.  If you can’t be there, you can follow the doings on twitter at #SOTS100.  And you can learn a lot about the Society from this brilliant book by numerous of its esteemed members and published by Bloomsbury.

SOTS Summer Meeting 2017

Note especially this bit- The Jordanian Lead Books – Panel discussion (Dr James Aitken (Cambridge), Dr Margaret Barker (Borrowash), Professor Bernhard Lang (Paderborn), and Professor Alan Millard (Liverpool). Oh my. Still?

The Presidential Address, #SOTS2017