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‘Speaking of the Pharisees’ (April 2022)

A VIRTUAL INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE (2-3:30 pm EDT, 28 April, 2022) Chairs: Gabriele Boccaccini, Archie Wright Secretary: Joshua Scott Language: English The focus of this discussion is the intersection between research and public understanding of the Pharisees. Recent scholarship, including The Pharisees (Sievers & Levine, 2021), recognizes both the historical role of the Pharisees within the life of early Judaism and ...

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The Study of Islamic Origins (ed. Mette Bjerregaard Mortensen, et al.)

Papers from the 4^ (2015) and 8^ (2017) Enoch Seminar Nangeroni meetings on Early Islam. The study of Islam’s origins from a rigorous historical and social science perspective is still wanting. At the same time, a renewed attention is being paid to the very plausible pre-canonical redactional and editorial stages of the Qur’an, a book whose core many contemporary scholars ...

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New Board of Directors (2020-2025)

According to our Bylaws, the governance of the Enoch Seminar is renewed every 5 years. Please welcome the new Board of Directors for the Enoch Seminar (2020-2025): Director, Vice-Directors (2020-2025):  Gabriele Boccaccini, University of Michigan, USA (Founding Director) Kelley Coblentz Bautch, St. Edward’s University Austin, USA (Vice-Director) Loren Stuckenbruck, University of Munich, Germany (Vice-Director) [on leave]        Board of ...

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Enoch Seminar Statement on Harassment and Discrimination

In its commitment to diversity, the Enoch Seminar actively welcomes international scholars, persons of different religious, racial and ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientation, and seeks gender parity as well as scholars at different stages in their academic careers. The Enoch Seminar wishes to foster an ethos of inclusivity in all its sponsored events. It requires the highest level of professional ...

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Latest in Reviews of the Enoch Seminar

The Reviews of the Enoch Seminar (RES) has published new reviews: 1) Susan Marks reviews Gender and Second-Temple Judaism (Ehrensperger and Sheinfeld, eds):http://enochseminar.org/review/23670 2) Isaac Oliver reviews The Nations in the Divine Economy (W. Campbell):http://enochseminar.org/review/23689 3) Philippe Therrien reviews Jewish-Christianity and the History of Judaism (A. Yoshiko Reed):http://enochseminar.org/review/23704

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