Trinity Term 2019
The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament
Fridays at 2.30 p.m. in the Pusey Room, Keble College (except as noted*): all welcome. Some meetings will place particular emphasis on postgraduate training needs.
Oxbridge Graduate Biblical Studies Conference
NT coordinators: Stacey van Dyk & Alex Rowe. *To be held at Cambridge
The Congregation of the Poor in the Scrolls and the New Testament: Reflections on Method
Daniel Falk, Pennsylvania State University
Oxford-Notre Dame Workshop on Jewish Sources and the New Testament
Contributors incl. Menahem Kister (Jerusalem), William Horbury (Cambridge), Nathan Eubank (Notre Dame) and others. See is.gd/ONDW2019
The Function of Teaching Authority in the Dead Sea Documents and Matthew’s Gospel
Loren Stuckenbruck, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Between Qumran and Tarsus: Diaspora and the Birth of Christianity
Daniel R. Schwartz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Angels Between the Isthmus and the Deep Dead Sea
Michael Jost & Jörg Frey, Universities of Berne and Zurich
How the New Testament Matters for What I Do
Ian McFarland, University of Cambridge
Day Conference: The Dead Sea Scrolls at Oxford
Keynote Speakers are George Brooke (Manchester) & Eibert Tigchelaar (Leuven). See is.gd/DSSO2019.
*Hosted at Oxford Centre for Hebrew & Jewish Studies
A printable poster of this term’s NT Seminar programme is also available to download here.