New Online Journal

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(I forward the following notice of a new online review journal that will be of interest to all readers):
The Enoch Seminar, an academic association of specialists in the field of
Second Temple Judaism and Christian origins since 2001, has developed its
website into an online Journal, Enoch Seminar Online (ESO), where
subscribers have complete access to all papers presented at the meetings of
the Enoch Seminar. A new open access feature has now been added, an online
book review service, Reviews of the Enoch Seminar (RES). The primary aim of
RES is to publish timely book reviews of current scholarship on Jews and
Christians in antiquity, with a particular interest in Jewish and Christian
history, literature, and culture between the Babylonian Exile and the
Bar-Kokhba revolt. The advantage of our digital, online format includes the
capacity to streamline reviews quickly from composition to publication,
providing timely access to reviews of some of the latest, cutting-edge
research in the field. The comment feature has the added potential of
transforming the typically static book review into a stimulant for ongoing
intellectual conversation. We warmly invite you to browse our web page at
the link above, peruse the current reviews posted, and to consider
contributing to this exciting new intellectual venture. You may also find
the initial batch of published e-reviews at the following links:

Rebecca Denova on J. Harold Ellens, The Son of Man in the Gospel of John

Isaac Oliver on Albert I. Baumgarten (et al.), eds., Halakhah in Light of
Epigraphy

Jonathan Henry on Steven Fraade, Legal Fictions: Studies in Law and
Narrative in the Discursive Worlds of Ancient Jewish Sectarians and Sages

Jason von Ehrenkrook on Catherine Hezser, ed., The Oxford Handbook of
Jewish Daily Life in Roman Palestine

Reviews Editor: Jason von Ehrenkrook, University of Pittsburgh
Reviews Associate Editor: Isaac W. Oliver, University of Michigan

Founding Director of Enoch Seminar Online: Gabriele Boccaccini, University
of Michigan

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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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