CFP: Miracles and Paradoxography in Biblical Reception of Late Antiquity (EABS hybrid/Toulouse, July 4-7)

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The new research unit "Miracles and Paradoxography in Biblical Reception of Late Antiquity“ invites proposals for the upcoming hybrid annual meeting of the EABS in Toulouse, France, July 4-7, 2022.

This year’s call is concerned with Collecting and Organizing Miracles:

The writing of works that participate in the genre of paradoxography by necessity involved the collection of relevant material, and the organizing of such into a logical order. For this year, we invite papers reflecting on principles or criteria ancient authors used for the inclusion or exclusion of particular miracles, and the principles they used to organize their material. Relevant research questions include, but are not limited to the following: How did the collection and organization of miracles differ from other areas of knowledge? Do the manuscripts reveal how miracles were organized? What aims and interests motivated the collection of miracles? Was the collection of miracles a preliminary step for a future composition, or considered the finished literary product? 

The unit’s general program can be accessed here.

Abstracts are due February 20th, and should be submitted online via the conference platform (membership is required).

Please do not hesitate to contact the chairs if you have any questions.

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