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    A Calendar of Events for Biblical and Religious Studies
    Events that are of interest to SBL members may be submitted to Sharon Johnson.  Inclusion in the calendar does not constitute an endorsement by SBL of the event. Minor editorial revisions may be made for stylistic purposes and for reasons of length. Submissions must include a link for more information - either a website or an email link. We cannot host PDF documents.

    February 2020
     
    March 2020
    3/7-3/8 SBL Central States Regional Meeting
    Eden Theological Seminary, St. Louis, MO
    Plenary speaker: Craig Keener
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    3/12-3/13 Eastern Great Lakes Regional Meeting
    Cambria Hotel & Suites, Uniontown, OH
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    3/20-3/23 American Oriental Society Annual Meeting
    Boston Massachussetts
     
    3/31 Deadline: Call for Papers
    Colloquium Biblicum Lovaniense LXIX, 2020 (President: Jan Willem van Henten, University of Amsterdam)

    The reception history of the four Books of the Maccabees is as rich as it is diverse. The relevance of these books is apparent from the multi-faceted ongoing recent scholarship, which can be characterized by the incorporation of literary approaches, a renewed interest in historical issues and the contemporary political and cultural contexts of the books, a more systematic discussion of religious and theological themes and a more intense study of the reception history. Nevertheless, we are still in need of elaborate analyses of the literary aspects of the Maccabean Books. The recent publication of a decree during Seleucus IV’s rule calls for a re-assessment of 1 and 2 Maccabees as historical sources as well as renewed contextualizations of the books as historical documents. How do the Maccabean books articulate the interactions of religion with politics and culture? What could be the theological relevance of 1-4 Maccabees? Finally, the reception history of the Maccabean Books also deserves further study.

    CALL FOR SHORT PAPERS: Short paper proposals (including name, institutional affiliation, postal address, e-mail address, title and abstract of ca. 200 words) should be sent to: Jan Willem van Henten, President CBL 2020, j.w.vanhenten中国福利彩票app靠谱吗@uva.nl no later than 31 March 2020.
    April 2020
    4/30 CFP Deadline: Women and Gender in the Bible and the Biblical World
    “Open Theology” (http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/opth) invites submissions for the topical issue "Women and Gender in the Bible and the Biblical World”, prepared in collaboration with the conference "Women and Gender in the Bible and the Ancient World", held by University of Glasgow.
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    May 2020
     
     
    June 2020
    6/17-21

    Sailing with the Gods: Religion and Maritime Mobility in the Ancient World
    Sponsored by: The Society for Ancient Mediterranean Religions
    Location: Grand Hotel Excelsior, Floriana, Malta
    Studies of religion and maritime mobility are often framed within individual cultural contexts, but this international conference seeks to bring together scholars from across a range of disciplines and historical periods, from prehistoric to the seventh century CE, to address critical questions in method and theory relevant to religion in the context of maritime mobility.

     
    July 2020
    7/5-7/9 2020 SBL International Meeting
    University of Adelaide, Adelaide Australia
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    7/22- 7/24 Colloquium Biblicum Lovaniense LXIX, 2020
    The Colloquium Biblicum Lovaniense is an annual international conference on Biblical Studies jointly organised by the theological faculties of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Université Catholique de Louvain. The meetings take place in the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies at the KU Leuven and are alternately dedicated to a topic in Old and in New Testament Studies. The Colloquium offers a forum and meeting place for research and scholarly discussion in the field of Biblical Studies. As a rule the annual conference focuses on a biblical book or a collection of writings, but it also addresses thematic subjects.
    August 2020
     
    September 2020
    9/7-9/11 International Summer School on Biblical Hebrew Poetry
    At KU Leuven. Largely considered one of the poetic gems of biblical literature, the Song of Songs (henceforth, Song) was commented upon more than any other biblical book, especially in the Middle Ages. Not only has the Song been one of the most inspiring biblical poems for both Jewish and Christian theologians, it has also fired up the souls and creativity of countless writers and artists throughout the centuries. This Summer School intends to provide its participants with a thorough investigation of the Song of Song's poetry and its reception in Judaism, from the Rabbinic period to the Middle Ages. International experts in the field will offer lectures and workshops.
    Deadline for registration : May 31 2020
     
     
     
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