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Meeting Exhibitors Information
General Exhibition Information

The Annual Meetings, held in the United States, attracts thousands of professors and students, authors and publishers, religious leaders and interested laypersons, to its venue each year. Co-hosted by the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Academy of Religion, the Annual Meetings showcases the latest in is one of the largest events of the year in the fields of biblical scholarship and research, religious studies and theology. More than 10,000 attendees per day of the four day event attend more than 1,200 academic sessions and workshops, along with one of the world’s largest exhibits of books and digital resources for biblical study. Make the most of this exciting opportunity to showcase your publications and products.
 
The SBL International Meeting is held annually outside North America. It provides a unique forum for international exhibitors who are unable to attend the Annual Meeting or for those who want a more focused interaction with international scholars. The meeting normally takes place mid-summer and — depending on the city — draws between 400 and 1000 scholars. This meeting is usually held on a university campus and offers opportunities to display merchandise on tables set up in designated areas.
 
The SBL Regional Meetings are groups of US members that meet annually, in the spring, with other complimentary groups such as the American Academy of Religion, the Catholic Biblical Association or the Americal Schools of Oriental Research. These meetings tend to draw hundreds of attendees, depending on the region. They govern themselves autonomously and information on exhibiting and advertising can requested from the Regional Coordinators listed on the regional meetings page.
 
For questions not answered here, email AdEx@sbl-site.org, or call 1-877-336-6798.

Current Exhibition Opportunities


The 2016 SBL International Meeting will be in Seoul, South Korea. Make the most of this exciting opportunity to showcase your publications and products to a new audience!
Contact Samantha Spitzner at samantha.spitzner@sbl-site.org for more information.

Future International Meetings
Berlin, Germany
August 7-11, 2017

See the International Meeting page for more information.





The Annual Meetings, held in the United States, attracts thousands of professors and students, authors and publishers, religious leaders and interested laypersons, to its venue each year. Co-hosted by the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Academy of Religion, the Annual Meetings showcases the latest in is one of the largest events of the year in the fields of biblical scholarship and research, religious studies and theology. More than 10,000 attendees per day of the four day event attend more than 1,200 academic sessions and workshops, along with one of the world’s largest exhibits of books and digital resources for biblical study. Make the most of this exciting opportunity to showcase your publications and products.

 
Contact Leigh Ann Simpson at leighann.simpson@sbl-site.org for more information.
 

Additional Meetings at the 2016 Annual Meetings, hosted by SBL & AAR

Additional Meetings is the name given to events scheduled separately from the AAR and SBL programs. Examples of Additional Meetings include receptions, editorial board and business meetings, and breakfast and lunch gatherings.  If you or your organization would like to host an additional meeting, please click here for more information and instructions. You may also contact us at additionalmeetings@annual-meetings.org or call 1-404-727-7972.  
                    
Future Annual Meetings
See the Annual Meeting page for more information.
 
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