We have mentioned this before on the ETC blog, but now a programme (including an interesting list of offered papers reproduced below) is available here (from where you can also find a booking form).
- Dr Philip Burton, 'Christian Latin' or, why revisit the Sondersprache Hypothesis?
- Dr Kent Clarke, Eclecticism, Ecclesiasticism, or Sectarianism: The Dénouement of Traditional New Testament Textual Criticism in the Light of Qumran Studies
- Dr Richard Goode, King or God? Towards an Anthropology of Text
- Dr Peter Head, title awaited
- Dr Martin Heide, Some Personal and Geographic Names in the Greek New Testament: Candidates for Textual Improvement
- Dr Wim Hendriks, Misquoting Jesus: some further questions
- Dr Peter Hill, Never Quite Lost and not Altogether Found: Recovering readings from the Syriac Philoxenian Gospels
- Dr Jeff Kloha, The Ethics of Sexuality and the Pauline Text
- Dr Maria Konstantinidou, Social variation in the biblical text of Chrysostom's Homilies on Titus
- Prof. D.C. Parker, Scribal tendencies and the mechanics of book production
- Dr Ulrich Schmid, Scribes and variants - towards a typology/sociology of both
- Dr Bill Warren, Do You See What I See? Certainty, Probability, Possibility, and Improbability: the Need for Criteria in Determining Scribal Motivations in Variant Readings
- Dr Tommy Wassermann, Theological Creativity and Scribal Solutions in Jude
Hugh Houghton emailed: "If you missed the original call for papers and would like to offer a proposal, please let me know as soon as possible" (his email is also on the linked page: see 'Any questions may be addressed here'). So join the gang and offer a paper quickly.