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Sunday, January 27, 2008

Sheffield Biblical Studies Seminars

Here are the forthcoming main papers in the Dept of Biblical Studies at Sheffield (all start 11am). Not bad, eh?

PG Seminars, Spring, 2008

11 February
Joachim Schaper, University of Aberdeen
‘“... wie es eigentlich gewesen”: Methodology, Historical “Facts” and the Reconstruction of the History of “Ancient Israel”’

25 February
James Crossley, University of Sheffield
'Jesus in an Age of Terror: Scholarly Projects for a New American Century'

10 March
Ward Blanton, University of Glasgow
‘Of Paul and Homo Sacer’

21 April
Justin Meggitt, Cambridge University
‘Why Some Things do not Matter: The Problem of Magic and the Origins of Christianity’

12 May
Keith Whitelam, University of Sheffield
‘Forging History’

3 Comments:

Blogger Heathen Dan said...

Sounds like a great series of seminars. Unfortunately, I'm on the other side of the world so I can't come.

Have fun!

January 27, 2008

 
Anonymous steph said...

Miracles happen: I can come to see Justin do magic in April ... but I'm missing today's. I wish the world was smaller. I wonder if Justin can fix that.

February 25, 2008

 
Anonymous steph said...

I hear you had Mediterranean Tikkas for lunch. Good plan: demolish them with words and then eat 'em up.

February 26, 2008

 

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