Syracuse 2023 Call for Papers
The History of Exegesis has been gaining interest recently, whether due to feminist approaches, the black lives matter movement, post-colonialism, (new) anti-Semitism, #IchBinHanna, or simply because of historical interest.
For this reason, we invite you to present and discuss your own topic of interest, present a larger or smaller publication or research concept, that deal with the history of research since around 1900. Contributions may, but need not, include one of the above-mentioned aspects and may come from disciplines related to biblical studies, e.g. the emergence of the historical-critical method, the genealogy of a school or influential discoveries, persons, journeys of a subject etc. Biographical, institutional and cross-authorial themes should be the focus this time, rather than one individual work of an author. We look forward to your abstracts!