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Meeting Program Units

2020 International Meeting

Adelaide, Australia

Meeting Begins7/5/2020
Meeting Ends7/9/2020

Call for Papers Opens: 10/23/2019
Call for Papers Closes: 1/29/2020

Requirements for Participation

Hellenistic Judaism


Program Unit Type: Section
Accepting Papers? Yes

Call For Papers: For the 2020 meeting we welcome paper proposals for two sessions. For the first session we invite papers on any aspect of Hellenistic Judaism, including the reception history and the enduring legacy of Hellenistic Jewish literature. Because Australia is a unique ecological system that tries to survive in today’s global economy, we also invite papers to a joint session, together with “Apocalyptic Literature” and “Rethinking Biblical Written Tradition through Slavonic Interpretations” on ecological themes and ecological hermeneutics in Apocalyptic, Apocryphal, and Hellenistic Jewish literature.

Program Unit Chairs

Julian Petkov
Silviu N. Bunta

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