CONFERENCES AND LECTURES
In addition to Orion
Center Activities, the following events have come to our attention. We want
to provide a complete list of all significant happenings related to the
Dead Sea Scrolls. Please send information on upcoming events to
us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax +972-2-588-3584.
February 2015 |
13th Annual Graduate Student Colloquium in Armenian Studies University of California
Conference Date: Friday, February 8, 2015
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Annual Tyrwhitt Lecture
BY: Prof. Reinhard Kratz (Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen)
"The Old Testament and the Dead Sea Scrolls"
Conference Date: March 4, 2015
Location: University of Cambridge
The lecture will take place at 2.30pm in the Runcie Room, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge.
The lecture is open to all
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SEAN W. DEVER MEMORIAL PRIZE - 2015
The prize will be announced: March 9, 2015
Location: The William F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem
More Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deichmann Annual Lecture Series
BY: Professor Loren Stuckenbruck
"1 Enoch and early Christian Theology"
Conference Date: 24-25 March, 2015
Location: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Israel
For the invitation: please click here
Ethiopic Manuscripts and the Preservation of Ancient Jewish Material
BY: Prof. Loren Stuckenbruk and Ted Erho(Ludwig)
Conference Date: Thursday, March 26th 2015
Location: University of Haifa, Education Building, Room 677
The Fall of Jerusalem and the Rise of the Torah
Conference Date: 27-28 March 2015
Conference Held at the Pontifical Biblical Institute (Rome)
Co-Sponsored by Georgetown University (Washington, DC)
Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge. Strategies of Acculturation and Cultural Resistance in Early Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Traditions
Conference Date: 22-24 April 2015
Location: Department of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Origins - Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen
The Fourth Annual Conference of
The Irish Society for the Study of the Ancient Near East
Conference Date: 29-31 May 2015
"The Crazy Genius of Herod the Great"
Location: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Power, Authority, and Canon
Conference Date: 6 May 2015
Location: New College, University of Edinburgh
International Conference on Archaeology 2015
Conference Date: June 2015
Eighth Enoch Seminar: Apocalypticism and Mysticism
Conference Date: 21 to 26 June, 2015
Location: Italy (near Milan)
The Eighth Enoch Seminar will convene at the Villa Cagnola in Gazzada, Italy (near Milan), from 21 to 26 June, 2015. The meeting is organised by Daniel Boyarin (Berkeley, USA), Lorenzo DiTommaso (Montreal, Canada), and Elliot Wolfson (Santa Barbara, USA), under the guidance of the Founding Director of the Enoch Seminar Gabriele Boccaccini (Michigan, USA).
The Seminar topic is apocalypticism and mysticism, their natures and relationship, in Judaism and Christianity from the Second Temple period through the late antique and early mediaeval centuries. The aim is to discuss the main issues in light of new evidence, methodologies, and approaches, oriented by a desire to advance the discussion along a broad front. While we do not expect to address every issue or answer every question, we do anticipate that the published results of our Seminar will stand as a foundational study for future research. Additional information will be posted on the Enoch Seminar and 4 Enoch websites over the course of the year.
As participation is by invitation only, we invite all interested specialists to contact the Seminar secretary, Jason Zurawski as soon as possible, at the latest by 1 December 2014. Those interested in presenting a short paper should include a proposal containing a paper title and brief abstract. Plenary and short papers circulate in advance and are not read in the sessions, which are devoted primarily to discussion.
Crime and Punishment in Antiquity
Conference Date: 17-19 June 2015
Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Workshop: Quo Vadis Biblical Archaeology?
Conference Date: Wednesday 17th – Friday 19th of June 2015
The 50th anniversary of the German-Israeli diplomatic relations in 2015 provides an unique opportunity to reflect the German and German-Israeli Biblical Archaeology in Israel. Where are we coming from? Where are we now? And where are we heading?
The German Protestant Institute of Archaeology and the Hebrew University are hosting an interdisciplinary German-Israeli conference dedicated to graduate students working on various subjects in several disciplines that are connected to Ancient Near East – including Ancient History, Archaeology, Prehistory, Anthropology, Theology (Old and New Testament Studies), Jewish, Islamic or general religious studies and Social Science.
The conference will be held in the Old City of Jerusalem in the middle-age refectory adjacent to Church of the Redeemer and will last for three days. The official language will be English.
This workshop is free of charge, but we kindly request your registration in advance.
The workshop is a "Preconference" to the international conference "Ancient Cultures in the Lands of the Bible" (Archaeology 2015).
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