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Meeting Program Units

2009 Annual Meeting

New Orleans, LA

Meeting Begins11/21/2009
Meeting Ends11/24/2009

Call for Papers Opens: 12/15/2008
Call for Papers Closes: 2/28/2009

Requirements for Participation

New Testament Textual Criticism


Program Unit Type: Section
Accepting Papers? Yes

Call For Papers: The New Testament Textual Criticism Section invites paper proposals papers for two sessions: 1) The first session will be devoted to the study and re-evaluation of textual types or text families of New Testament manuscripts. 2) For the second session, we welcome papers on all aspects of the textual transmission of the New Testament, especially those that focus on the social-history of early Christian textual transmission and the history and practice of textual criticism. Papers should be submitted via the online system. For questions, please contact AnneMarie Luijendijk at aluijend@princeton.edu.

Program Unit Chairs

AnneMarie Luijendijk

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