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Program

Thursday 03/14

14:00-14:15

 

Prof. Dr. Beate Kellner (Vice President for Research of LMU Munich)
Prof. Dr. Christoph Levin (Dean of the Faculty of Protestant Theology)

Welcoming addresses

Thursday 03/14

14:15-15:00

Reinhard Müller (LMU Munich), Juha Pakkala (University of Helsinki), Bas ter Haar Romeny (Universiteit Leiden):

Evidence of Editing

Thursday 03/14

15:00-16:00

George Brooke (University of Manchester):

What is Editing? Towards a Taxonomy for Late Second Temple Jewish Literature

Thursday 03/14

16:20-17:20

Eugene Ulrich (University of Notre Dame):

Empirical Evidence for Scribal and Editorial Transmission of Second Temple Religious Literature

Friday 03/15

09:00-10:00

Friedhelm Hartenstein (LMU Munich):

How to Identify Reshaping and Editing in Literary and Poetic Texts? Ancient Near Eastern Examples, and Consequences for Old Testament Research

Friday 03/15

10:00-11:00

Bernd U. Schipper (Humboldt-University of Berlin):

The Phenomenon of Textual Coherence in Egyptian and Israelite Wisdom Literature

Friday 03/15

11:30-12:30

Sara J. Milstein (University of British Columbia, Vancouver):

Hard Evidence, Logic, and Scribal Method: The Case of Etana

Friday 03/15

14:00-15:00

Anne Löhnert (Harvard University):

Original, Duplicate and Version: On Editing Processes in Mesopotamian Laments

Friday 03/15

15:00-16:00

Hans Debel (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven):

The Flood from Ancient Mesopotamia to Qumran: Transformations in a Literary Chain of Tradition

Friday 03/15

16:30-17:30

Sidnie White Crawford (University of Nebraska-Lincoln):

Interpreting the Pentateuch through Scribal Processes: The Evidence from the Qumran Manuscripts

Saturday 03/16

09:00-10:00

Christoph Levin (LMU Munich):

The Generations of Adam (Gen 5:1-32): Karl Budde's Analysis Reminded

Saturday 03/16

10:00-11:00

Reinhard Gregor Kratz (University of Göttingen):

Nahash, King of the Ammonites, in the Deuteronomistic History

Saturday 03/16

11:30-12:30

Cynthia Edenburg (The Open University of Israel):

2Sam 21-24: Haphazard Miscellany, or Deliberate Revision?

Saturday 03/16

14:00-15:00

Uwe Becker (University of Jena):

Die Jesaja-Apokalypse Jes 24-27 als ein Spiegel der Prophetie in der Spätzeit des Alten Testaments

Saturday 03/16

15:00-16:00

Kristin De Troyer (University of St. Andrews):

The History of the Biblical Text: Contextualizing Traces of a Different Hebrew Vorlage and Pre-hexaplaric Corrections towards MT

Saturday 03/16

16:30-17:30

Sarianna Metso (University of Toronto):

The Serekh ha-Yahad as a Test Case for Editing Ancient Jewish Writings

Sunday 03/18

09:00-10:00

Julio Trebolle Barrera and Pablo Torijano (Universidad Complutense de Madrid):

A Model of Electronic Polyglot Edition Reflecting the History of the Biblical Text - The Books of Kings as a Test Case: A Sample from 1Kgs 2:1-10

Sunday 03/18

10:00-11:00

Jan Joosten (Université de Strasbourg):

Competing Recensions of the Books of Kings and Competing Theories of its Textual History

Sunday 03/18

11:30-12:30

 

Joint discussion and conclusion

The symposium takes place at Internationales Begegnungszentrum der Wissenschaft e.V., Amalienstraße 38.


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