Coming Events to Note

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If you click on the “Events” tab, you’ll note several upcoming events to note. I underscore them here in chronological order:
–On 05 October CSCO will link up with a special conference being held in United Theological Seminary (Dayton, Ohio) on “Jesus, Criteria, andt he Demise of Authenticity.” This conference, organized by Anthony LeDonne and Chris Keith, will feature presentations by several major scholars in “historical Jesus” research. On the Friday afternoon (UK time), we’ll attempt a live weblink that (hopefully, if technology fails us not) will allow us here to hear and even contribute to the discussion.
–On 08 October, the first (annual) Kennedy-Wright Lecture will be given by Professor Timothy Barnes (emeritus Professor of Classics, University of Toronto; Honorary Fellow of the University of Edinburgh): “Progress in Scholarship: The Interpretation of Constantine since the Reformation”. The lecture will be given at 4 p.m., Martin Hall, New College.
–Looking much farther ahead, CSCO will host a conference on “Peter in Earliest Christianity”, 4-6 July 2013 here in New College. Check out the notice on the “Events” tab for details. Registration will be limited, so book early (and the price goes up for late booking!). The conference will include invited presentations from major scholars and also other selected papers. For further information, email: divinity-csco@ed.ac.uk.

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About larryhurtado

I'm a scholar in New Testament and Christian Origins, currently Professor of New Testament Language, Literature & Theology in the University of Edinburgh (since 1996), and previously Professor in the Department of Relgiion, University of Manitoba.

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