Just a short but exciting bit of news to share today. I’m very pleased to report that my new book Postclassical Greek and Septuagint Lexicography has now been published with SBL Press in the Septuagint and Cognate Studies series. This book is the “official” — and only lightly revised — version of my doctoral thesis, which I completed in 2018 at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of James (Jim) K. Aitken (see below). (more…)
Back in January I posted information about an open call for papers for the upcoming Septuagint conference at the Kirchliche Hochschule in Wuppertal, Germany. Obviously a lot has happened since that call went out. As of this morning I received word that the 2020 conference has been cancelled. However, the event usually occurs every other year and the organizers were able to secure funding for putting on the exact same conference in 2021. So functionally this is a postponement, rather than a straight cancellation, especially since all those presenting research are being given the option to simply defer for a year. (more…)
A few days ago I posted about the upcoming Septuagint Summer School to be held at Trinity Western University. I recently heard from Dr. Dirk Büchner, who will be conducting the course, with further information about the content of the course, which you can see in the file below. The course will still move forward but it will be online only, given the concerns over COVID-19. I will publish further updates as needed here in the weeks to come.
[UPDATE 13 April 2020] Further syllabus information here: