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SBL Annual Meeting 2017 Pseudepigrapha CfP
One day early and as a special service to the readers of this blog, the SBL Annual Meeting 2017 Pseudepigrapha Section Call for Papers: The
Pseudepigrapha Section will organize four sessions at the 2017 Annual Meeting
in Boston. The first session in an open...

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SBL Pseudepigrapha Section 2016 - annotated version
The SBL Annual Meeting is less than three weeks away. The program book has long been available online, even the printed version has reached me (in time this year), and I guess it is time to find out what sessions to attend. I am co-chair of the Pseudepigrap...

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The Gospel of Jesus's Wife saga and the role of the media
I have uploaded my draft paper "Media Dynamics and Academic Knowledge Production: Tracing the Role of the Media in the Gospel of Jesus's Wife Saga" to Academia.edu. You find it here . The paper was presented last week at the Fragments of an Unbelievable Pas...

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Fragments of an Unbelievable Past program update
Ariel Sabar, the journalist behind the Atlantic piece,  "The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus's Wife" , will be joining us in Kristiansand. You find the updated program of the Fragments of an Unbelievable Past Conference  here .

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Fragments of an Unbelievable Past program update
Ariel Sabar, the journalist behind the Atlantic piece,  "The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus's Wife" , will be joining us in Kristiansand. You find the updated program of the Fragments of an Unbelievable Past Conference  here .

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Fragments of an Unbelievable Past?
The autumn semester
is about to start here in Norway and I return to blogging again. I want to
dedicate the first blog post this autumn to the second conference organised by the
University of Agder-based research project The Lying Pen of Scribes, called Fra...

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The 2016 SBL Annual Meeting program book available online: two sessions of interest
The 2016 SBL Annual Meeting program book is now available online. Even if the Annual Meeting is still five months away, I wish to draw attention to two sessions that should be of special interest to readers of this blog: bookmark them and show up! The first...

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What facsimiles may do for you: the Syriac Codex Ambrosianus (7a1) reimagined
I have been
working on the Syriac Codex Ambrosianus lately. Or have I? Let me be
precise. For a couple of weeks during the last years, maybe for a month all
together, I have indeed been exploring the codex kept at the Biblioteca
Ambrosiana. But apart from t...

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Consider the most trivial mystery of all the mysteries of the Syriac Codex Ambrosianus solved
I hope you
are ready for a fun fact, because that’s all this blog post has to offer. I am in
Milan again, just briefly, to attend a seminar on the Syriac Codex Ambrosianus
(7a1; B 21 Inf and bis Inf), as well as to continue my work on the place of 2
Baruch ...

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Snapshots of Evolving Traditions – A Sneak Peek!
The edited
volume, Snapshots of Evolving Traditions: Jewish and Christian Manuscript
Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology has just been submitted to the
publisher. The volume, which is edited by Hugo Lundhaug and me, will appear in
De Gruyter’s TUGA...
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