The primary mission of the Seminar is to foster scholarship on the ancient Mediterranean world that transcends conventional, and often isolated, disciplinary and methodological boundaries. It encourages discussion among specialists in the Hebrew Bible, Second Temple Judaism, New Testament, Late Antique Judaism and Christianity, and Early Islam through international meetings such as the Enoch Seminars, the Graduate Enoch Seminars, the Nangeroni Meetings, the Enoch Colloquia. These meetings have distinctive formats where papers circulate in advance, are thoroughly discussed among participants, and are subsequently disseminated to a wider audience via publication.
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