The Thirteenth International Orion Symposium: Tradition, Transmission, and Transformation: From Second Temple Literature through Judaism and Christianity in Late Antiquity, 22–24 February 2011
The Thirteenth Orion Symposium addressed some connections between rabbinic Judaism, Christianity, and Second Temple writings from the vantage point of particular textual examples that demonstrate different trajectories of development from the earlier texts through later tradition. Along the way, presenters questioned some of the paradigms through which “transmission” is commonly understood, and sought new ways to articulate the process of later reception of ancient traditions.
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|Reuven Amitai, Dean, Faculty of Humanities
Menahem Kister, Director, Orion Center
Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony, Director, Center for the Study of Christianity
Vigdor Shinan and Yair Zakovitch
Annette Yoshiko Reed
Pieter van der Horst
John C. Reeves
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