This two-part conversation on “reading” and interpreting authoritative texts asks the question, “Who’s Reading Who?”—that is, who is doing the “reading” of authoritative texts and whose readings are prioritized? FEATURING a draw for a 200£ book credit from Bloomsbury open to graduate students and adjunct instructors! Come to both parts and enter your name twiceContinue reading “Who’s Reading Who?”
The Primary Text Lab series aims to bring together scholars of all career stages to discuss and annotate a selected primary text (broadly understood) in real time. Events will feature a core group of discussants and encourage participation by all attendees. Have a primary text you’d like to discuss? Propose a Primary Text Lab! ProposalsContinue reading “Primary Text Lab I: Apocryphon of James”
New PhD Showcase: Julia Lindenlaub, “The Beloved Disciple as Interpreter and Author of Scripture in the Gospel of John,” with Chris Keith, Anne Kreps, and Hugo Méndez
Thursday, Dec. 17, 9:00 am PST/12 noon EST/5:00 pm UKPlease register here A handout that will introduce participants to Dr. Lindenlaub’s dissertation will be sent out to all registrants before the meeting. This event will be live captioned by a professional CART provider. Discussants: Chris Keith is the author of many books on early ChristianContinue reading “New PhD Showcase: Julia Lindenlaub, “The Beloved Disciple as Interpreter and Author of Scripture in the Gospel of John,” with Chris Keith, Anne Kreps, and Hugo Méndez”
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