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Meeting Program Units

2017 Annual Meeting

Boston, MA

Meeting Begins11/18/2017
Meeting Ends11/21/2017

Call for Papers Opens: 12/19/2016
Call for Papers Closes: 3/7/2017

Requirements for Participation

Joshua-Judges


Program Unit Type: Section
Accepting Papers? Yes

Call For Papers: 2017 Annual Meeting Two Sessions: (1) Open Session on the topic "Land and Identity in Joshua 22." Accepting papers that explore the themes of territorial limitations of official religion, the role of religious memory and the relationship between the tribes east and west of the Jordan River over the construction of an altar outside of Shiloh. Papers may explore a range of themes including the date of composition, the social, political and religious aspects of the account, as well as the function of the chapter in the larger context of the book of Joshua. (2) Open Session on any topic of research related to the books of Joshua and Judges.

Program Unit Chairs

J. Cornelis de Vos
Zev Farber

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