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Copper Scroll Lectureship

This information will also be posted on the Orion Center
Internet site which will go on the air early next week.

The International Symposium on the Copper Scroll invites applicants for


The Lectureship is generously sponsored by the Manfred and Anne Lehmann
Foundation of New York.  Candidates for the Lehmann Lectureship should be
normally resident in Israel, be able to deliver a 50 minute lecture in
English, and must speak on some aspect of the Copper Scroll (3Q15) in
light of rabbinic literature.

The Lectureship does not carry an honorarium, but the successful
candidate will have all return travel expenses from Israel to Manchester,
and board and lodging in Manchester paid for.  In addition the lecture
will be published in proceedings of the Symposium.

Applicants for the Lehmann Lectureship should submit a brief curriculum
vitae demonstrating their expertise in rabbinic literature and their
familiarity with the Dead Sea Scrolls, together with a 200-400 word
abstract of their proposed lecture, to Dr. George Brooke at the address
below by 31st December 1995.  The successful candidate will be notified
very shortly thereafter.

Dr. George J. Brooke
Department of Religion and Theology
University of Manchester
Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL, England
Tel 44-(0)161-275-3609; Fax 44-(0) 161-275-3613
Email: G.Brooke@Manchester.ac.uk