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Stones, Tablets and Scrolls. Four Periods of the Formation of the Bible - 11-12-13/05/2017, Roma (It

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 11-12-13/05/2017

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Aula Magna, Pontifical Biblical Institute (Roma, Italy)




fecha límite / deadline / scadenza: 15/04/2017


May 11th, 2017 “I Am the King of the Universe!” Neo-Assyrian Stick and Carrot (Neo-Assyrian Period) 08.30-09.15 Alice M. W. Hunt (University of Georgia, Athens, GA) Materiality and Ideology: Negotiating Identity across the Neo-Assyrian Imperial Landscape 09.15-10.00 Eckart Frahm (Yale University, New Haven, CT) Texts, Stories, History: The Neo-Assyrian Period and the Bible 10.00-10.30 Break 10.30-11.15 Peter Dubovský (Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome) The Birth of Israelite Historiography 11.15-12.00 Peter Machinist (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA) Judah and Assyria in the Seventh Century BC. The Case of Manasseh in History, Historiography, and Prophecy 12.00-12.45 Jean Louis Ska (Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome) Oral Tradition and Hebrew Epic: Some Basic Queries Lunch “How Can We Sing the Lord’s Son in a Foreign Land?” (Neo-Babylonian Period) 15.00-15.45 Jeffrey Zorn (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY) The View from Mizpah: Tell en-Nasbeh, Judah and the 6th c. B.C. 15.45-16.30 Michael Jursa (Universität Wien) The Closed World of the Babylonian Priest and Its Collapse 16.30-17.00 Break 17.00-17.45 Hermann-Josef Stipp (Ludwig Maximilians-Universität, Munich) The Redactions of the Book of Jeremiah and the Exile 17.45-18.30 David Vanderhooft (Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA) Nebuchadrezzar, King of Babylon, My Servant: Opposing Prophetic Images of the Great King 18.30-19.15 Erhard Blum (Universität Tübingen) The So-called Deuteronomistic Layers in the Pentateuch May 12th, 2017 Rising from the Ashes (Persian Period) 08.30-09.15 Pierfrancesco Callieri (Università di Bologna, campus di Ravenna) Ideological Aspects of Persian Art and Architecture as Seen from Persepolis in a Historical Perspective 09.15-10.00 Agustinus Gianto (Pontifi cal Biblical Institute, Rome) Bilingualism and Diglossia in Judah during the Achaemenid Period 10.00-10.30 Break 10.30-11.15 Eric Meyers (Duke University, Durham, NC) The Rise of Scripture in a Minimalist Demographic Context 11.15-12.00 Diana Edelman (University of Oslo) The Text-Dating Conundrum: Viewing the Hebrew Bible from an Achaemenid Framework 12.00-12.45 Federico Giuntoli (Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome) Revising the Pentateuch: the Emergence of a National Identity under Persian Hegemony Lunch Northern Redaction 15.00-15.45 Israel Finkelstein (Tel Aviv University) Three Northern Royal Traditions in the Bible (and Why One Is Missing) 15.45-16.30 Thomas Römer (Collège de France, Paris) Jeroboam II and the Invention of Northern Foundation Stories 16.30-17.00 Break Coping with Western Culture (Hellenistic and Roman Period) 17.00-17.45 Oren Tal (Tel Aviv University) The Archaeology of Hellenistic and Early Roman Palestine: A Critical Overview 17.45-18.30 Joseph Sievers (Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome) Josephus and Biblical Historiography 18.30-19.15 Barbara Schmitz (Universität Würzburg) The Book of Judith: Coping with Hellenistic Culture May 13th, 2017 Reshaping the Bible in Qumran and Other Scrolls 08.30-09.15 Katell Berthelot (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Aix-en-Provence) Philology, Commentary and Interpretation in the Greco-Roman World and at Qumran: A Comparative Approach 09.15-10.00 Henryk Drawnel (Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski, Lublin) Enoch and Genesis 10.00-10.30 Break 10.30-11.15 Marcello Fidanzio (Facoltà di Teologia di Lugano) Biblical Scrolls in their Depositional Contexts: Psalms as a Case Study 11.15-12.00 Emanuel Tov (Hebrew University, Jerusalem) The Use of Scripture Texts in Different Communities in Ancient Israel in Light of the Judean Desert Texts 12.00-12.30 Discussion and Conclusion

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