[B-Greek] Third Announcement of the 10th Annual SBL E-Listers' Meeting, Nov. 18th, 2006
Jeffrey B. Gibson
jgibson000 at comcast.net
Thu Nov 16 22:16:51 EST 2006
With apologies for cross posting.
This is the Third and final announcement of the 10th annual gathering
of NT, Biblical, and Biblically related e-list members at the Annual
Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature in Washington D.C on
Saturday, Nov. 18th at 11:30 a.m. . The meeting will take place at the
Gorgias Press booth (booth 1017) in Exhibit Hall A of the Washington
D.C. Convention Center.
As attendees of previous meetings know, this gathering is a great
opportunity to place a face to an one hitherto known only as an
electronic personality and/or to renew acquaintances made at previous
And N.B. -- This year there will be a formal, SBL sponsored. E-Listers'
Brown Bag Lunch Meeting on Sunday, Nov. 19th from 11:45 to 12:45 in
Meeting Room 2-RW where we can talk -- and perhaps do some e-list
planning -- without the distractions of the exhibit.
The Program Book listing of this event is:
S19-40E-Listers Brown Bag Luncheon
11:45 AM to 12:45 PM
Room: Meeting Room 2 - RW
Bring your own lunch (concessions are available in the exhibit
hall) and join us for discussion.
Those who have let me know of their intentions to join as at the
informal gathering are:
Rikk Watts (XTalk)
who will be a responden to Gathercole's new book in the Synoptic Gospels
section Sunday Noon; presiding a Mark section on Resurrection; Mon
a/noon; and in the Theol Herm section: respondent to Meye Thompson.
Stephen Carlson (SynopticL; XTalk)
whose papers are: (1) "Luke's Panel Technique for his 'Orderly'
Narration" S18-24 Sat. 9:00am Synoptics Gospels Section and (2) "The
Nineteenth-Century Exemplar of 'Archaic Mark' (MS 2427)" S21-18
Tues. 9:00am NT Textual Criticism Section
Jacob Knee (XTalk)
George Kiraz (Hugoye)
Everett Oakley (ANE-2)
Gordon Raynal (XTalk)
Ken Penner (g-Megilot)
Joseph T. Edmiston (XTalk, Synoptic-L, B-Greek)
Patricia Walters (Synoptic-L)
who will be giving a paper on Tuesday morning 9-11am, "Formation of
Luke-Acts" session -- Room: 204B - CC. Paper title: "The Gilded
Hypothesis Revisited: The Authorial Unity of Luke and Acts"
Steve Black (XTalk)
who will be presenting a paper in the SBL Construction of Christian
Identities Consultation (S19-108) on Sunday late afternoon. Paper
Title: "The Construction of Christian Identity through the Stereotyping
of the Pharisees in the Gospel of Matthew"
Frank Jacks (XTalk and Corpus Paulinum and Synoptic-L,)
Bill Skelton (Johannine Literature, XTalk)
Joseph Weaks (Synoptic-L, B-Greek)
Andrew Porter (B-Greek)
Mark Nanos (Corpus Paulinum)
who will be presenting a paper in Philippians Group Meeting entitled
"You say 'Judaizers,' I say, 'Why so?': Re-visiting the Context Implied
Paul's Name-Calling in Philippians 3"
Brian Tucker (Biblical Studies)
Gail Dawson (XTalk)
Donald R. Vance (ANE-2)
Presenting a paper in SBL S20-6 Biblical Hebrew Poetry section
Monday November 20, 2006 9:00 AM CC 204C. Paper Title: "Psalm 137
Reexamined with a View to Voice"
Lareta Finger (Corpus Paulinum)
Eli Elliot (Corpus Paulinum)
who will be delivering a paper in the SBL consultation on Jesus
Traditions, Gospels and Negotiating the Roman Imperial World, Session
S19-18, November 19, 2006 -- 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM -- Room: 156 - CC; The
paper is entitled: "Empire as Metaphorical Family: Gods Family vs.
Randall Buth (B-Greek)
who will be presenting a paper in Biblical Greek Language and
Linguistics Section 11/19/2006 5:40 pm Room 204C-CC. Paper Title: "Greek
Christopher Hutson (Corpus Paulinum)
who be participating in a panel discussion on Teaching NT Introduction
or Christian Origins in the Best Practices in Teaching Workshop,
S19-103, Saturday, 4:00-5:30.
Robert Raphael (B-Greek)
Mark Thalacker (Kata Markon)
and me (J. Gibson [Xtalk, Corpus Paulinum, Kata Markon, and others)
I'll be presenting a paper entitled "The Bread Petition in the Lord's
Prayer: A Lack or "Alas""?" S21-25 Synoptic Gospels Tuesday November 21,
2006 9:00 AM CC 146C
I look forward to seeing you in Washington D.C.!
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon)
1500 W. Pratt Blvd.
e-mail jgibson000 at comcast.net
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