2022

Titles, Paratexts, and Manuscript Communication in Early Judaism and Christianity
11–13 February 2022
University of Glasgow

Invited Speakers:

  • Hindy Najman (University of Oxford)
  • Mina Monier (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics)
  • Paola Buzi (Sapienza Università di Roma)
  • Liv Ingeborg Lied (MF Norwegian School of Theology)
  • Francis Watson (University of Durham)
  • T. J. Lang (University of St Andrews)
  • An-Ting Yi (VU Amsterdam)
  • René Falkenberg (Aarhus University)
  • Blossom Stefaniw (Martin Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg)

This workshop explores the relationship between paratexts, titles, and the materiality of reading in Jewish and Christian traditions.

Contributions will be published in a special fascicle of Religions.

Fresh Perspectives on the Chester Beatty Papyri, Papyrology, and Communication in the Ancient World
8–10 October 2021
The Chester Beatty, Dublin

Invited Speakers:

  • Jill Unkel (The Chester Beatty)
  • Tommy Wasserman (Örebro School of Theology)
  • Jennifer Knust (Duke University)
  • Brent Nongbri (MF Norwegian School of Theology
  • Sean Adams (University of Glasgow)
  • Kristine Rose-Beers (The Chester Beatty)
  • Tobias Nicklas (Universität Regensburg)
  • Bring McGing (Trinity College Dublin)
  • Usama Gad (Ain Shams University, Cairo)
  • Kristin De Troyer (Universität Salzburg)
  • Hugo Lundhaug (University of Oslo)
  • Yii-Jan Lin (Yale University)

This conference examines the Chester Beatty papyrological collection in its ancient context, focusing on communication, paratexts, the ethics of manuscript collections, material features, and scribal practices.

TiNT Editorial Training Day
Monday 4 October 2021
University of Glasgow

Register here

The event walks through the TiNT project, offers training on its digital editorial tools, and offers a chance to contribute to the project, both on the day and in the future.

There is no obligation to continue to edit for the project, but it is a good opportunity to introduce research students to manuscript literacy and to find new avenues for collaboration.

Lunch and coffee are included.

Registrants will be emailed directly with a schedule closer to the day, but the event starts at 10:00 and we will head to the pub around 16:30.

Participants should create an account on the New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room in advance, if they do not already have one, so that they can be added to the private project workspace.