International conference
5-7 nov. 2018 PARIS (France)

Program

"Scribal activity and Textual Plurality

Centre Sèvres, Paris

November 5-7th 2018"

                                                                                             

Monday, 5 November

                                              

9:30                                       Opening (Patrick Pouchelle & Jean-Sébastien Rey),

10:00 / 10:45     Martin Worthington – University of Cambridge and St John’s College, Cambridge (Examples of Scribal Agency from Ancient Mesopotamia)

10:45 / 11:30     Patrizia Piacentini – Università degli Studi di Milano (Sparse names of authors, countless names of scribes : Textual plurality in Pharaonic Egypt)

11:30 / 12:15     Graeme Bird – Gordon college/Harvard University (Transmission of the Homeric Text: Scribes, Transcribers, or Editors?)

                                               Lunch

14:15 / 15:00     Andres Piquer Otero & Pablo Torijano Morales – Complutense University of Madrid  (Redaction and Transmission of 2 Kings 23)

15:00 / 15:45     Matthieu Richelle - Ecole pratique des Hautes-Etudes, Paris (Jehu's revolution (2 Kings 9-10) in the hands of creative scribes)

15:45 / 16:05     Pause

16:05 / 16:50     Corrado Martone – Università degli Studi di Torino, Dip. di Studi Umanistici (Scribal Activity during the Second Temple Period)

16:50 / 17:35     Mladen Popovic – University of Groningen (Qumran (forthcoming title)),

17:35 / 18:00     Pause

18:30 / 19:30     Graeme Bird (Homer and Jazz)

                                               Dinner

                                              

Tuesday, 6 November

                                              

9:00 / 9:45       Stefan Schorch – Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg (Struggling with the "bridegroom of blood": Exod 4:21-26 in light of the Samaritan textual transmission)

9:45 / 10:30       Lindsey Askin – University of Bristol (Demas and his unhappy mother: Pluralities of wisdom and text in the Second Temple period)

10:30 / 10:50     Pause

10:50 / 11:35     Frank Ueberschaer  – Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg (Let me praise! – Let us praise! – Who will praise the Ancestors? In Search for Scribal Activity and Influences in the Opening Section of the Praise of the Ancestors)

11:35 / 12:20      Jean-Sébastien Rey – Université de Lorraine (Synonymous Readings and Double readings in Ben Sira's Hebrew Manuscripts)

                                               Lunch

14:20 / 15:05     James Kugel – Bar Ilan University/Harvard University (Fortschreibung Happens: Why Some Second Temple Writings Undergo Modification in the Process of Transmission.)

15:05 / 15:50     Eibert Tigchelaar – Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, KU Leuven (The Qumran Manuscript Evidence and Theories of the Literary Growth and Variety of the Book of Jubilees)

15:50 / 16:10     Pause

16:10 / 16:55     Jean-Marie Auwers – Université catholique de Louvain (La réécriture de Tobie vieux-latin dans le manuscrit VL 109)

16:55 / 17:40     John Screnock – University of Oxford (The Septuagint, Scribalism, and the Literary Growth of Jewish Texts),

                                               Dinner

                                              

Wednesday, 7 November

                                              

9:00 / 9:45        Patrick Pouchelle – Centre Sèvres (Des scribes créatifs à l’oeuvre dans les Psaumes de Salomon),

9:45 / 10:30     Pause

10:30 / 10:50    Claire Clivaz – Institut Suisse de Bioinformatique, Lausanne (Mk 16,8 and the manuscripts evidences : listen to the scribal voices),

11:15/ 11:35     Peter Malik – Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal-Bethel (The More, the Merrier? Scribal Activity and Textual Plurality in the New Testament Tradition),

                                               end of colloquium

                                              

                                              

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