Calls for Papers

CFP: Bible in Iberian World, Vienna July ’14

Society of Biblical Literature

2014 International Meeting
Vienna, Austria, July 6-10, 2014
Call For Papers Due February 5, 2014

The Bible in the Iberian World: Fundaments of a Religious Melting Pot (EABS)

Program Unit Type: Group
Accepting Papers? Yes

Call For Papers: For the 2014 meeting in Vienna, we are particularly interested in papers that explore the following topics: 1) biblical translation, 2) Inquisition and its influence in the production of commentaries in the Iberian world – reaction and counter-reaction movements, and 3) Eschatological hope and its influence on the development of Iberian exegesis.

Program Unit Chairs

 Maria Ana T. Valdez
 Ricardo Muñoz Solla

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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.


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