Σάββατο, 28 Φεβρουαρίου 2015

9th Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the NT

2nd-5th March 2015

Programme

Monday 2 March

From 14:00:  Registration (OLRC Room G08)

Session 1: Origen
14.30   Welcome
14.45   Ronald Heine, “Origen’s Gospel Commentaries”
15.40   Carl J. Berglund, “Quotation practices in Origen’s Commentary on the Gospel of John: How dependable are his quotations of John, Paul and Heracleon?”
16.10:  Tea / Coffee Break

Session 2: Origen and Early Traditions
16.30  Christina Kreinecker, “The Biblical Text in Rufinus’ Translation of Origen’s Commentary on Romans”
17.00  Rory P. Crowley, “Justin’s Dialogue 88 and His Commentaries on the Baptism Material: Implications for the Variant Form of the Heavenly Voice in Luke 3:22”
17.30  Rosalind MacLachlan, “The Context of Commentary: Non-Biblical Commentaries in the Early Christian Period”
18.00  Session concludes
18.30:  Dinner

Tuesday 3 March

Session 3: Earlier Latin Tradition
09.00   Lukas J. Dorfbauer, “The Rediscovery of a Supposedly Lost Fourth- Century Work: Bishop Fortunatianus of Aquileia and his Commentary on the Gospels”
09.45   Susan Griffith, “Sources and texts in Ambrose’s Commentary on Luke”
10.15  Thomas O’Loughlin, “Capitula as commentary in the Sermon on the Mount (Mt 5:1-7:28): the implicit exegesis in Latin division systems
10.45: Tea / Coffee Break

Session 4: Later Latin Tradition
11.15  Shari Boodts & Gert Partoens, “The critical edition of Florus of Lyons’ Expositio epistolarum beati Pauli apostoli. State of the art and new results.”
11.45  Maria Valeria Ingegno, “Patristic Sources for the Pauline Epistle Commentary of Gilbert de la Porée”
12.15  Alexander Andrée, “Peter Comestor and the Glossa 'ordinaria' on the Gospels”
13.00: Lunch
Excursion to Worcester (optional)
Wednesday 4 March

Session 5: Catenae 1
09.00    Gilles Dorival, “Biblical catenae”
10.00  Klaus Wachtel, “Coherence and History: Commentary Manuscripts in Acts and the Catholic Letters”
10.30  John Gram and Bruce Morrill, “Parsing Paul: Layout and Sampling Divisions in Pauline Commentaries”
11.00:  Extended Tea / Coffee Break

Session 6: Catenae 2 
12.00  Will Lamb, “Catenae and the Art of Memory”
12.45   Dora Panella, “Jesus’ Post-resurrection appearances in 1Cor 15:5-8 and their interpretation in the catenae of Oecumenius, Theophylact and Zygabenus.”
13.15:  Lunch

Session 7: Versions 
14.15   Matthias Schulz, “Catena Manuscripts in the Coptic Tradition – An Overview”
14.45  Carol Downer, "A consideration of some texts from de Lagarde's Coptic Catena"
15.00   Carla Falluomini, “The citations of the Gothic New Testament in the Skeireins commentary”
15.30 Tea / Coffee Break

Session 8: Revelation and Romans
16.00   Garick V. Allen, “The Scholia in Apocalypsin: The Edition of P. Tzamalikos (2013) and Scriptural Interpretation in Manuscript 2351”
16.30   Agnès Lorrain, “Theodoret’s text of Romans”
17.00   Jan Krans “Romans in the Hands of Radical Commentators”
17.30  Concluding round table
18.00  Session concludes

 Conference Dinner (optional)
19.00   Dinner in University Banqueting Suite, Edgbaston Campus
After-dinner speaker: Professor Gordon Campbell

Thursday 5 March

Departure


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