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Recent publications by Honorary Members of the Society:

Athalya Brenner-Idan Samuel, King’s, Chronicles. Texts@Contexts. London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2016 (together with Archie C.C. Lee). Johannes de Moor Adam, Eva en de Duivel: Kanaänitische mythen en de Bijbel, Vught: Skandalon, 2016 (together with Marjo Korpel). Kirsten Nielsen 100 salmer. Et salmebogstillæg. Eksistensen: Frederiksberg C, 2016 [100 Hymns: A […]


Early Bird closing for European Association and the International Organisation for Qumran Studies

EABS and IOQS meetings in Leuven: Early Bird conference registration prices are available until May 31st. We have also added post-conference field trips (one to Antwerp, one to Flanders Fields). In the next few days, we will also add tours around Leuven for accompanying persons and evening tours for everyone. […]


Annual Meeting of the British Association of Jewish Studies (Birmingham, 10-12 July 2016)

BAJS Summer Meeting 10-12 July 2016. URL here: The Texture of Jewish Tradition: Investigations in Textuality The written word as manifested in a spectrum from classical Jewish texts to contemporary literature, alongside texts unearthed in locations including desert caves, an island in the Nile, a Cairo synagogue or the Warsaw ghetto, […]


Ethnicity/Race/Religion: Identities, Ideologies, and Intersections in Biblical Texts and Interpretation 9-11th August 2016, Centre for Biblical Studies, University of Exeter, UK

Ethnicity/Race/Religion: Identities, Ideologies, and Intersections in Biblical Texts and Interpretation 9-11th August 2016, Centre for Biblical Studies, University of Exeter, UK  We are pleased to announce that the call for papers for the Ethnicity/Race/Religion Conference is now open. To propose a paper, please submit your abstract of no more than […]


‘In whatever tribe the stranger settles’: a symposium on the Bible and migration (Trinity College Dublin, April 6-7)

‘In whatever tribe the stranger settles’: a symposium on the Bible and migration (Trinity College Dublin, April 6-7) Launching the Trinity Centre for Biblical Studies (Trinity College Dublin), this symposium (April 6-7) will offer a space for exploring biblical traditions with particular attention to the ways in which they shed […]