Lexicography

An Interview on the Biblingual YouTube Channel

Just a brief post to note that I have an interview that went live today over on the Biblingual YouTube channel, which is hosted by my friend Travis Wright, who is a PhD candidate studying at Cambridge with my¬†Doktorvater, Jim Aitken. If you don’t know about this channel yet, it’s well worth your time. Travis is doing some great stuff — much more interesting things than interviews with me! But if you’re inclined, you can watch the interview below or on the channel site:

 

2021 Biblical Studies Conference Calls & Invited Sessions

Over the last several years I have gotten more involved in the major biblical studies societies, not only as a presenter of papers, but as an organizer of sessions. It’s a different kind of work, but I had found it really enjoyable to work with others to try to create and host good sessions. And believe it or not, the call for paper proposals is already open for the late 2021 conference season (at least in some cases), so that coordinating process is already underway. (more…)

My (Online) 2020 Conference Activity

It has been a busy autumn season for numerous reasons and I am sure I’m not the only one feeling the drag at this point. Those in the biblical studies world will know all too well at this point that the usual hustle and bustle of the annual conference scene has transformed into a tidal wave of email, recording, uploading, and various other digital logistics. Everything is online. Without saying more about my personal reflections on this state of affairs, I will simply list my activity in the various societies’ online events over the next few weeks. (more…)