Announcing a NEW IAC-sponsored session for

Society of Biblical Literature

 

Biblical and Cognate Studies for the 21st Century

 

What do Biblical Scholars Need to Know About Archaeology?

(SBL Session: S21-129 )

Monday, 21 November 2005, 4-6:30 pm

Location:  Salon B (Level Five) - Marriott

 

IAC Project Directors

Tammi Schneider, Claremont Graduate University and
Jonathan L. Reed, University of La Verne, Presiding



Bible and Archaeology: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?
TAMMI SCHNEIDER, CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY

“Mesopotamia” and the Ancient Near East: Writing Holistic History
RICHARD ZETTLER, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Tuning the Archaeological Machine with a Philological Wrench:
Counting Israelites in the 8th Century

ZIONY ZEVIT, UNIVERSITY OF JUDAISM

Texts and Contexts at Qumran
JODI MAGNESS, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

What Ever Has Happened to the Dialogue Between Archaeology
and Biblical Studies in an Age of Conservatism?

ERIC MEYERS, DUKE UNIVERSITY

Text and Image: Paul and Roman Imperial Theology
JOHN DOMINIC CROSSAN, DEPAUL UNIVERSITY

Reflecting on the Future of Archaeology and the Bible
JONATHAN REED, UNIVERSITY OF LA VERNE

Panel Discussion