Friday, November 22, 2013

SBL Supersale on The Epistle of Jude: Its Text and Transmission

The Epistle of JudeThe SBL Annual Meeting is at hand. I will fly to Baltimore today. At the meeting (only) Andrew Knapp of Eisenbrauns will run a special sale on my monograph, The Epistle of Jude: Its Text and Transmission. My book is on display and sells for $20 (list price $83). I will gladly sign a copy if you run into me.






The Epistle of Jude
Its Text and Transmission
Coniectanea Biblica New Testament Series - CBNTS 43
by Tommy Wasserman
Almqvist and Wiksell, 2006
xv + 368 pages + XVI plates, English
Paper
ISBN: 9789122021599
List Price: $83..35
Your Price at SBL: $20.00

Extract from Paul Foster's review in ExpT:

"Very few doctoral studies can claim to be magisterial, however, Wasserman’s study rightly deserves such a title. He presents an exhaustive study of the manuscript tradition of the Epistle of Jude. What this means in practice is assembling and collating the readings from 560 Greek manuscripts of this letter. The evidence is drawn from familiar papyrus and uncial texts, but the ground-breaking aspect is the integration of evidence from hundreds of minuscule manuscripts and lectionaries."—Paul Foster, School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh in Expository Times, (2007) 118.

For a full description and extract from more reviews, see here.

5 Comments:

Jeff Cate said...

Tommy, I stopped by the Eisenbraun booth this morning, but they didn't have your book. If you don't mind, let us know that it is here and where to get it at this price. Thanks.

James E. Snapp, Jr. said...

It's this sort of sale that makes me never want to buy books when they are first released.

Anonymous said...

Tommy, are you really here? I haven't seen you.

Tommy Wasserman said...

Hi everybody, I am here, and my book is indeed available in the Eisenbraun booth; just ask them! I know that Jeff got his copy too.

Daniel Buck said...

I paid, I think, a bit over $30 not long after it came out. Not having to wait another 5 years was definitely worth the extra few dollars.