Not too long ago I posted a call for papers for the 2020 session of the Linguistics and the Biblical Text research unit at the annual meeting of the Institute for Biblical Research (note the shiny new logo!). If you want to read more about the origins of this group, check out this older post.
We are pleased to announce the details of our session, which will be held on 20 November at 3:30–5:30pm (room TBD). Our theme this year is topic and focus, with papers and responses for both Greek and Hebrew. (more…)
It is a real pleasure to work alongside Chris Fresch and a great steering committee to help build the Septuagint Studies section at the annual meeting of ETS. I’m excited to publicize an open call for papers for our 2020 meeting in Providence, RI.
We do not have any specific themes to work with this year, so the possibilities are fairly wide open. If you are in a PhD program or a professor working on a topic in or related to Septuagint, consider sending in a proposal! We are excited to host this year’s sessions and look forward to receiving them. You can begin the submission process here.
If you’re interested, you can read a little about the history of our section here:
2019 Section and Call | 2018 Consultation | 2017 Consultation and Review | 2016 Consultation and Review
Several months ago I posted about a brand new initiative that I am co-organizing at the annual meeting of the Institute for Biblical Research, along with Elizabeth Robar, who is a research fellow at Tyndale House, Cambridge. Last year we collaborated to establish the Linguistics and the Biblical Text research group, an initiative that was formed out of our desire to establish a regular setting for charitable interaction among scholars working in or with linguistic theory and the scriptures. (more…)