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Meeting Program Units

2008 Annual Meeting

Boston

Meeting Begins11/22/2008
Meeting Ends11/25/2008

Call for Papers Opens: 11/17/2007
Call for Papers Closes: 2/29/2008

Requirements for Participation

Paul and Politics


Program Unit Type: Group
Accepting Papers? Yes

Call For Papers: At the 2008 annual meeting, the Paul and Politics Group will hold one session with pre-invited panelists and one open session. The open session is jointly sponsored with the African-American Biblical Hermeneutics Section. For this session we invite papers that explore political implications in Pauline texts that relate in some way to African-American issues and concerns. When submitting a paper for this session, please submit your proposal to both program units. The Paul and Politics Program Unit includes in its scope four overlapping kinds of politics: "Paul and the politics of the churches," "Paul and the politics of Israel," "Paul and the politics of the Roman Empire" and "Paul and the "Paul and politics of Interpretation."

Program Unit Chairs

Pamela Eisenbaum

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