A blog on the transmission, use, and transformation of the so-called Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, with a particular focus on the manuscripts containing them, practices and media cultures framing their use in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, and the scholarly paradigms that shape the way we study them today
Thursday, 27 February 2014
Material (New) Philology and the Dead Sea Scrolls: conference in Copenhagen
The upcoming conference Material Philology and the Dead Sea Scrolls: New Approaches for New Text Editions (3-5 April 2014) should be of interest for readers of this blog. The organizers, the Norwegian project Biblical Texts Older than the Bible and the Danish Qumran Initiative, have put together an excellent program including some of the leading voices in the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and/or editorial theory.