The 20th Congress of IOSOT 1 - 6 August, 2010
- IOSOT 1–6 Aug
- IOSCS 29–31 July
- IOMS 2 Aug
- IOQS 2–4 Aug
- IOTS 4–6 Aug
- ISLP 2–5 Aug
- SAHD 3 Aug
- Special sessions 3 Aug
- ABSTRACT BOOK
Ms. Jutta Jokiranta, DTh
P.O. Box 4
FI−00014 University of Helsinki
E-mail: iosot-2010 AT helsinki.fi
phone: +358 9 191 24348
International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament (IOSOT)
IOSOT Main Papers
Sunday 18:00, University Main Building, Great Hall, Aleksanterinkatu 5
Opening Ceremony and Helsinki University Reception
For the programme, see here.
Monday 9:00–12:30, Porthania PI
Archaeology and Texts: From Archaeology to History
Chair: Juha Pakkala
Angelika Berlejung (9:00–10:00): The Assyrians in the West: Indifference, Colonialism or Development Policy?
Lester Grabbe (10:00–11:00): Omri and Son, Incorporated: The Business of History
Raz Kletter (11:30–12:30): Yavneh and the Bible
Monday 14:30–18:00, Porthania PI
PANEL: Archaeology and Texts: Focus on the Persian Period
Chair: Martti Nissinen
Jan Dušek: Texts and Archaeology: the Case of the Wadi Daliyeh Manuscripts
Diana Edelman: Apples and Oranges: Archaeology and Texts in the Persian Period
David Vanderhooft: Archaeological Evidence of Acculturation among Judeans in the Persian Period
Oded Lipschits: What Can We Learn From Archaeology on the Persian Administration in Judah?
& morning speakers: Angelika Berlejung, Lester Grabbe, Raz Kletter.
Public Lecture on the Archaeological Excavations
at Kinneret and Its Environs, Mon 2 Aug, 18:00–19:00, PI
"Telling Tells..." – Recent Archaeological Discoveries of the European "Kinneret Regional Project" on the Northwestern Shores of the Sea of Galilee (further information, see here)
Tuesday 9:00–12:30, Porthania PI
Qumran, the Septuagint, and Textual History
Chair: Sarianna Metso
Sidnie White Crawford (9:00–10:00): Scribal Traditions in the Pentateuch and the History of the Early Second Temple Period
Charlotte Hempel (10:00–11:00): The Social Matrix that Gave Rise to the Hebrew Bible and the Scrolls
Anneli Aejmelaeus (11:30–12:30): How to Reach the Old Greek in 1 Samuel and What to Do with It?
Wednesday 9:00–12:30, Porthania PI
Chair: John J. Collins
Pancratius Beentjes (9:00–10:00): What about Apocalypticism in the Book of Ben Sira?
Benjamin Wright III (10:00–11:00): Conflicted Boundaries: Ben Sira, Sage and Seer
Michael Knibb (11:30–12:30): Enoch and Wisdom: Reflections on the Character of the Book of Parables
Thursday 9:00–12:30, Porthania PI
The Relationship of “Deuteronomistic History” to Chronicles
Chair: Jan Certz
Tetsuo Yamaga (9:00–10:00): Treaty and Covenant in Chronicles
Gary Knoppers (10:00–11:00): The Relationship of the Deuteronomistic History to Chronicles
The Relationship of “Deuteronomistic History” to Prophets
Rainer Albertz (11:30–12:30): Deuteronomistic History and the Heritage of the Prophets
Thursday 14:30–18:00, Porthania PI
PANEL: What is “Deuteronomistic”?
Chair: Thomas Römer
Konrad Schmid: The Deuteronomistic History as Interpretive Device in the Hebrew Bible
Uwe Becker: The so-called Deuteronomistic Redaction of the Prophetic Books
Steven McKenzie: The (Still) Elusive Deuteronomist(s)
Christophe Nihan: “Deutéronomiste” et “Deutéronomisme”: origenes, enjeux et perspectives du débat actuel
Cynthia Edenburg: Overwriting and Overriding, or What is Not Deuteronomistic?
Kristin De Troyer: Which Text Do We Use When Analyzing the Deuteronomist Literature?
& morning speakers: Tetsuo Yamaga, Gary Knoppers, Rainer Albertz.
Friday 9:00–12:30, Porthania PI
Chair: Jutta Jokiranta
Cheryl Exum (9:00–10:00): Toward a Genuine Dialogue between the Bible and Art
David Carr (10:00–11:00): The Many Uses of “Intertextuality” in Biblical Studies: Actual and Potential
Susan Ackerman (11:30–12:30): Mirrors, Drums, and Trees