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Annual Meeting of the British Association of Jewish Studies (Birmingham, 10-12 July 2016)

BAJS Summer Meeting 10-12 July 2016. URL here: The Texture of Jewish Tradition: Investigations in Textuality The written word as manifested in a spectrum from classical Jewish texts to contemporary literature, alongside texts unearthed in locations including desert caves, an island in the Nile, a Cairo synagogue or the Warsaw ghetto, […]


Ethnicity/Race/Religion: Identities, Ideologies, and Intersections in Biblical Texts and Interpretation 9-11th August 2016, Centre for Biblical Studies, University of Exeter, UK

Ethnicity/Race/Religion: Identities, Ideologies, and Intersections in Biblical Texts and Interpretation 9-11th August 2016, Centre for Biblical Studies, University of Exeter, UK  We are pleased to announce that the call for papers for the Ethnicity/Race/Religion Conference is now open. To propose a paper, please submit your abstract of no more than […]


‘In whatever tribe the stranger settles’: a symposium on the Bible and migration (Trinity College Dublin, April 6-7)

‘In whatever tribe the stranger settles’: a symposium on the Bible and migration (Trinity College Dublin, April 6-7) Launching the Trinity Centre for Biblical Studies (Trinity College Dublin), this symposium (April 6-7) will offer a space for exploring biblical traditions with particular attention to the ways in which they shed […]


Winter Meeting 2015

Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge - 5th-7th January 2015 Under the presidency of Professor Hans Barstad SOTS Programme can be downloaded here SOTS Booking Form for the meeting SOTS Booking Forms to Fitzwilliam College The venue for all sessions is Fitzwilliam College, Storeys Way, Cambridge CB3 0DG. Publishers are invited to display […]


New resource: Biblindex

The BIBLINDEX project is carried out by the “Institut des Sources Chretiennes”. The first stage of the project is completed. An index of approximately 400,000 biblical quotations and references from Greek and Latin patristic texts of the first five centuries is now available online. To search references in Biblindex, you […]