There is more great news for those interested in learning about the Septuagint.
Among the various opportunities coming in the next six months that I’ve posted about recently, yet another is now available in the classroom setting.
From 22-26 May 2018 the Septuagint Summer Course will take place at the John William Wevers Institute for Septuagint Studies, hosted at Trinity Western University. If some of this sounds familiar to you, that’s probably because this is now the fourth time that TWU has offered this opportunity. I have participated in two of the previous seminars and it’s a great time of focused study with experts in a small group setting (see here, here, and here). (more…)
It happens every year. Yet it always seems to surprise us. Just about as soon as you recover from the conferences and the holiday season, and finally get back into a working groove, the calls for papers go out.
Today I want to draw attention to the European Association of Biblical Studies (EABS), which, like the Society for Biblical Literature (SBL) and other organizations, has a conference every year. This year, it will be held in Helsinki, Finland, from 30 July – 3 August, in conjunction with the International SBL meeting (ISBL). (more…)
This summer there is a great opportunity to learn more about the Septuagint with a leading scholar in the discipline at the University of Salzburg. Now for the second year in a row, Dr. Kristin De Troyer is offering a week-long summer school dealing with textual criticism and history.
As I have said before, if you are a graduate student considering further study in Septuagint, you should consider being supervised by De Troyer in the beautiful city of Salzburg. (more…)