Tuesday, July 28, 2015

SNTS Meeting in Amsterdam

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The SNTS is meeting in Amsterdam this week. Interesting papers include:


Main Paper IV (Aula) – Prof. Tobias Nicklas (Regensburg), “Neutestamentlicher Kanon, christliche Apokryphen und antik-christliche Erinnerungskulturen.”


Seminar 7 [room 0G-11] Christian Apocryphal Literature (Profs. T. Nicklas, C.M. Tuckett, and J. Verheyden). Terminates in 2015.
  • Wed: Gregor Wurst (Augsburg), “Towards a New Critical Edition of Codex Tchacos.”

Seminar 12 [room 0G-30] Papyrology, Epigraphy and the New Testament (Profs P. Arzt-Grabner and J.S. Kloppenborg). Terminates in 2018. 
  • Wed: Josephine K. Dru (Green Collection, USA; guest): “The Comparative Significance of Radiocarbon Results for Nine Internally Dated Documentary Papyri and P39.” Respondent : Klaus Wachtel (Münster).
  • Thu: AnneMarie Luijendijk (Princeton), “A Transitional Period: Religious Experts at Oxyrhynchus from Decius to Theodosius.” Respondent : Giovanni Bazzana (Harvard).
  • Fri: Christfried Böttrich (Greifswald), “Codex Sinaticus and the Use of Manuscripts in the Early Church.” Respondent : Christina M. Kreinecker (Salzburg). This session will be held jointly with Seminar 14 (New Testament Textual Criticism).

Seminar 14 [room 1G-10] New Testament Textual Criticism (Profs. C. Clivaz, U. Schmid, and T. Wasserman). Terminates in 2018. 
  • Wed: Juan Chapa (Pamplona), “Book Format and Patterns of Reading: The Impact of the Codex.” Respondent : Claire Clivaz (Lausanne).
  • Thu: Jan Krans (Amsterdam; guest), “'Harmonization as Enemy of Textual Criticism’: Harmonization in Scribal and Critical Practice.” Respondent : Jennifer Knust (Boston; guest).
  • Fri: Christfried Böttrich (Greifswald), “Codex Sinaticus and the Use of Manuscripts in the Early Church.” Respondent : Christina M. Kreinecker (Salzburg). This session will be held jointly with Seminar 12 (Papyrology, Epigraphy and the New Testament).

Short Papers. Session II: Friday 14:15 – 15:00 hrs.

2. Eberhard W. Güting, “Print Editions and Online Editions of the Novum Testamentum Graece Facing New Challenges.” [room 02-A33]

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