Category Archives: Conferences

SBL 2020 Registration Opens May 14

I won’t be going.  Nonetheless SBL emails SBL Annual Meeting Registration While things will look a little different this year as we all absorb and adjust to new realities brought on by COVID-19, we’re excited to announce that registration will … Continue reading

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The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Public Conference

Via Joseph Lauer– Please join us for a 4-day virtual conference “The Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship.” This event is free to join and open to the public. The full program schedule is listed below. Please note the following: – Follow … Continue reading

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The CBA Annual Meeting Has Been Cancelled

CBA writes Dear CBA Member: Given the conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic (including the uncertainty of the course of the pandemic itself, the likely need during the summer to limit mass gatherings and keep social distance, the restrictions by academic … Continue reading

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Plans For the SBL Annual Meeting

Via SBL- Planning for the Annual Meetings in Boston is complicated and involves considering significant health and financial factors. At this point, it is incumbent on the SBL and AAR to continue to plan for a joint Annual Meeting to … Continue reading

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Save the Date: ‘The Hawarden Old Testament in the New’ Conference, 2021

Dear colleagues, I do hope you are all keeping well in these difficult times. I’m writing to let you know that we have made a booking at Hawarden for the Annual Seminar on the Use of the OT in the … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Claims Another Victim

From their twitter- We regret to announce that the 2020 Barth Graduate Student Colloquium on August 19-21 has been cancelled in response to the pandemic. The colloquium has been rescheduled to August 18-20, 2021 on the same theme, Barth and … Continue reading

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RefoRC Conference Info Update

Here. Because of the corona virus pandemic, the Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity in Aarhus (planned May 27-29, 2020) has been cancelled. The conference is now scheduled for 6-8 May 2021 at the Research Centre for the … Continue reading

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Another Conference Cancellation

The RefoRC Board is very sorry to announce that it had to cancel the upcoming Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity in Aarhus, May 27-29, 2020 because of COVID-19. This is sad news as many have prepared for … Continue reading

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It’s Half Over, But If You Have a Private Jet And Leave Now, You Can Make it for Day Two!

So go!  Join Michael Langlois and the rest of the participants. I am in Oslo for a conference honouring Torleif Elgvin on the occasion of his retirement. I was invited to join the conference and give a paper on the … Continue reading

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A Dead Sea Scrolls Conference to Attend

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Trinity Western U. Cancels their DSS Conference

Via the twitter- TWU Dead Sea Scrolls – @twudssi Due to concerns and constraints over international travel in light of #COVID19, we have decided to cancel our upcoming #DeadSeaScrolls #conference @TrinityWestern (Mar. 23-24). Stay in touch here for news about … Continue reading

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CBA Annual Meeting

So looking forward to this: The major presentations for the 83rd International Meeting of the CBA have been posted to the CBA website, in addition to panel presentations on Saturday and Monday evenings, the major presenters are: Monday Simultaneous Sessions – … Continue reading

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SBL Section Call For Papers

From Yigel Levin Call For Papers: This NEW unit provides a platform for scholars to present original research related to the historical geography of the biblical world. While we anticipate many studies related to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and the … Continue reading

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Call For Papers

The Society for Reformation Research is accepting proposals for its joint sessions at the 2020 annual meeting of the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference (SCSC), to be held at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel from 29 October-1 November 2020. The … Continue reading

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Fakes and the Fakes Who Fake Them

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Conference in Cambridge, “Fake Blues: Exposures of Forgeries and their Aftermaths”, 24 April 2020. Book your free ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fake-blues-exposures-of-forgeries-and-their-aftermaths-tickets-96084959701 This workshop will investigate the unhappy state of mind of those people in history who have … Continue reading

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If You are Near the Catholic University of America…

You may want to attend this lecture: Did you know that the legend of St. George might have roots in several other religions, including Islam and Canaanite cultures? Come learn more about this dragon slaying Saint on February 27! Via … Continue reading

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If You’re in Atlanta or Vicinity: J.E.S.U.S.A.

Pitts Theology Library is excited to host an advance film screening of J.E.S.U.S.A. along with a videoconference introduction by the film’s writer and director, Kevin Miller. J.E.S.U.S.A. is an in-depth exploration of the relationship between Christianity and American nationalism and the violence that can … Continue reading

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If You’re in the East of Britain…

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Call For Papers

The Sixteenth Century Society Conference (SCSC) invites proposals for individual presentation submissions and complete panels for its 2020 annual conference. Under the presidency of Andrew Spicer (Oxford Brookes University), the conference will take place from 29 October-1 November 2020 at … Continue reading

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