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Bookish Circles: Part II

Teaching and learning in the ancient Mediterranean ​Part II

A colloquium at Heythrop College, University of London 25th-26th November 2016

Matthew Nicholls.jpgThe place of libraries in the wider architecture & landscape of urban learning; their co-location with auditorium facilities
​Dr Matthew Nicholls   (University of Reading)


 

Francesca Middleton.jpgHomeric lemmata and the shape of Hellenistic literacy
Dr Francesca Middleton   (University of Cambridge)



 

Ingo Kottsieper_1.pngLiteracy and Hebrew as Written Language in the Hellenistic-Roman Period and early rabbinic texts
​Professor Ingo Kottsieper  (Westphalian Wilhelms University Münster)




Annette Steudel.jpgTeaching and learning in the Dead Sea Scrolls
​Professor Annette Steudel   (Georg-August Universität, Göttingen )


 

 

Lindsey Askin.jpgThe Social Stratification of Scribes and Readers in Greco-Roman Judaism
​Dr Lindsey Askin (University of Cambridge)





Catherine Hezser.jpgThe Role of Written Texts in Rabbinic Oral Culture
​Professor Catherine Hezser  (SOAS, University of London)



 


H. H. Drake Williams III.jpg[II Corinthians, I Clement and Jewish Scripture]
​Dr. H. H. Drake Williams III   (Tyndale Theological Seminary and Evangelische Theologische Faculteit in Leuven, Belgium)



Bart Koet.jpgEthics or Halacha? “Calling” as a key to the dynamics of behaviour according to Paul. A reflection on 1 Corinthians 1:1-11
Professor Bart Koet   (Tilburg School of Catholic Theology, Netherlands)

 

 

 


Programme

Friday 25th November 2016, Newman Room, Heythrop College


10:30   Arrival and coffee         

11:30   Professor Catherine Hezser, (SOAS, University of London): The Role of Written Texts in Rabbinic Oral Culture

12:30   Ingo Kottsieper, (Westphalian Wilhelms University Münster): Literacy and Aramaic as Written Language in the Achaemenid Empire (Part II)

13:30   Lunch

14:30   Dr Lindsey Askin (University of Cambridge): [Jewish Scribal Culture]

15:30   Tea

16:00   Professor Annette Steudel, (Georg-August Universität, Göttingen): [Teaching and Learning in the Dead Sea Scrolls]

18:00   Dinner

Saturday 26th November


08:00   Breakfast

10:00   Dr Francesca Middleton (University of Cambridge): Homeric lemmata and the shape of Hellenistic literacy

11:00   Dr Matthew Nicholls, (University of Reading): The place of libraries in the wider architecture & landscape of urban learning; their co-location with auditorium facilities

12:00   Lunch

13:00   Dr H. H. Drake Williams III   (Tyndale Theological Seminary, Netherlands): [II Corinthians, I Clement and Jewish Scripture]

14:00   Professor Bart Koet, (Tilburg School of Catholic Theology, Belgium): Ethics or Halacha? “Calling” as a key to the dynamics of behaviour according to Paul. A reflection on 1 Corinthians 1:1-11

15:00   Tea

15:30   Panel discussion