Research Units 2019

The call for papers for Warsaw will open 18th January. You will need to be a member of EABS to propose a contribution to the Warsaw meeting.

Research Groups

  1. Anthropology and the Bible
  2. The Bible and Ecology
  3. The Bible in Arabic in Judaism, Christianity, Islam
  4. The Bible in the Iberian World: Fundaments of a Religious Melting Pot
  5. The Bible in the Twenty-First Century: Politization of Bibles and Biblization of Politics
  6. The Biblical World and Cultural Evolution
  7. The Biblical World and its Reception
  8. Bodies of Communication
  9. Canonical Approaches to the Bible
  10. Comparative Methodology
  11. The Core of the Book of Deuteronomy and its World
  12. Cultural Hegemony and the Power of Sacred Texts
  13. The Dead Sea Scrolls
  14. Deconstructive Poetics
  15. Developing Exegetical Methods
  16. Diachronic Poetology of the Hebrew Bible and Related Ancient Near Eastern and Ancient Jewish Literature
  17. Digital Humanities in Biblical Studies, Early Jewish and Christian Studies
  18. Early Christianity
  19. Editorial Techniques in the Hebrew Bible in the Light of Empirical Evidence
  20. Emotions and the Biblical World
  21. Exegesis and Higher Education Didactics ‘Verstehen von Anfang an’
  22. Fan Fiction and Ancient Scribal Cultures
  23. Graeco-Roman Society and the New Testament
  24. The Greek of Jews and Christians Through the Pax Romana
  25. Historical Approaches to the Bible and the Biblical World
  26. Iconography and Biblical Studies
  27. Impact of Hellenistic Empires
  28. Intersections: A Forum for Research on Ancient Israel, Hebrew Bible, and Cognate Topics
  29. Israel in the Ancient Near East
  30. Judaeans in the Persian Empire
  31. The Language of Colour in the Bible: From Word to Image
  32. Law and Narrative
  33. “Literary Features” – Fact or Fiction
  34. Medicine in Bible and Talmud
  35. Memory, Method, and Text
  36. Metaphor in the Bible
  37. Northwest Semitic Epigraphy Related to the Biblical World
  38. Open Forum for New Testament and Early Christian Studies
  39. Orality and Literacy in Early Christianity
  40. Parabiblical Texts: Literature Inhabiting the Narrative World of Scriptural Texts
  41. Parables in Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity: Towards a New Comparative Approach
  42. Prophets and Prophecy
  43. Prophecy and Foreign Nations
  44. Reading Biblical Texts – Understanding Contemporary Contexts

  45. The “Remembered Paul” and the “Historical Paul”

  46. The Septuagint and the Cultural World of the Translators

  47. Septuagint of Historical Books

  48. Slavonic Apocrypha
  49. Slavonic Parabiblical Traditions
  50. Textual Criticism of the New Testament, the Old Testament and the Qur’an
  51. Wisdom in Israel and in ANE Wisdom Literature
  52. Virtue in Biblical and Cognate Literature
  53. Vision and Envisionment in the Bible and its World

The Annual Conference is
in Warsaw 11-14 August 2019.
More information coming soon.