Call for Chapter Proposals: _American Patroness: National Shrines to Mary and the Making of US Catholicism_

Call for Chapter Proposals: American Patroness: National Shrines to Mary and the Making of US Catholicism

Editors: Karen Park, St. Norbert College and Katherine Dugan, Springfield College  

Dis/embodiment and Im/materiality: Uncovering the Body, Gender and Sexuality in Philosophies of Late Antiquity - In Memoriam Marianne Saghy (1961‒2018)

Type: Conferences
Audience: Open to the Public
Speakers: Susanna Elm (Department of Classics, University of California, Berkeley, USA)
Grace Ledbetter (Department of Classics, Swarthmore College, PA, USA), Uma Chakravarti (Miranda House College for Women, University of Delhi, India)

Religion and Innovation: symposium and webcast, April 12

Religion and Innovation: Symposium and Webcast
Friday April 12, 2019
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
S. C. Johnson Conference Center, 1st Floor, West Wing
Washington, DC USA

FREE and open to the public!

TO ATTEND IN PERSON: Register via EventBrite:

New Books in Biblical Studies Seeking Podcast Hosts

New Books in Biblical Studies ( is currently seeking hosts interested in conducting interviews with authors of new books on biblical studies and related fields. Hosting the channel is a good way to bring the work of bible scholars to the attention of large audiences.

EDITED VOLUME TOC: The Believer and the Modern Study of the Bible

Academic Studies Press is pleased to announce the publication of The Believer and the Modern Study of the Bible, edited by Tova Ganzel, Yehudah Brandes, and Chayuta Deutsch.

March 2019 | 582 pp.
9781618119513 | $90.00 | Hardcover

Summary: The essays in this volume address the conundrum of how Jewish believers in the divine character of the Sinaitic revelation confront the essential questions raised by academic biblical studies.  


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