Appel à contribution – The Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages sessions – IMC Leeds 2017

The Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages is looking to organize two sessions on medieval biblical exegesis for the IMC Leeds 2017 (3-­‐6 July). The Leeds theme next year is “Otherness”. While keeping this broad conference theme in mind, the SSBMA will aim to sponsor several sessions. One session to focus on themes from the Infancy Narratives, i.e the first two chapters of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, respectively, as well as various apocryphal texts treating the infancy and childhood of Jesus. The second session is to treat the use of the Bible and exegesis more generally in the area of theology broadly conceived. “Otherness”, wide open to interpretation of many kinds of ‘difference’, might cover any matters from political, legal or intellectual issues to the cultural, including, for example, art history. Although the session submission deadline is 30 September, please submit any abstracts (100 words for a 20 minute paper at Leeds) by 21 August at the latest, so that if the proposal is not accepted, people can submit for the General Sessions deadline in time. If you are willing to moderate a session, please contact me. Please reply to wph3@st-­‐andrews.ac.uk With thanks and kind regards, William Hyland

The Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages is looking to organize two sessions on medieval biblical exegesis for the IMC Leeds 2017 (3-­‐6 July). The Leeds theme next year is “Otherness”. While keeping this broad conference theme in mind, the SSBMA will aim to sponsor several sessions. One session to focus on themes from the Infancy Narratives, i.e the first two chapters of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, respectively, as well as various apocryphal texts treating the infancy and childhood of Jesus. The second session is to treat the use of the Bible and exegesis more generally in the area of theology broadly conceived. “Otherness”, wide open to interpretation of many kinds of ‘difference’, might cover any matters from political, legal or intellectual issues to the cultural, including, for example, art history. Although the session submission deadline is 30 September, please submit any abstracts (100 words for a 20 minute paper at Leeds) by 21 August at the latest, so that if the proposal is not accepted, people can submit for the General Sessions deadline in time. If you are willing to moderate a session, please contact me. Please reply to wph3@st-­‐andrews.ac.uk

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