Category: Nangeroni Meetings

16. Gazzada

God’s Body: Divine Embodiment  Gazzada, 23-26 June 2025 We are looking to hold the conference, titled “God’s Body: Divine Embodiment in the Hebrew Bible, Second Temple Judaism, and Early Christianity,” on June 23-26 of 2025....

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7. Rome 2016

The Early Reception of Paul the Second Temple Jew Rome, 26- 30 June 2016Waldensian School of...

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8. Florence 2017

8th Enoch Nangeroni Meeting:New Perspectives and Contexts in the Study of Islamic Origins Florence, Italy, 12-16 June, 2017 The aim of this meeting is to examine afresh formative Islam in its Late Antique context. Conference...

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9. Milan 2018

The Period of the Middle Maccabees: From the Death of Judas through the Reign of John Hyrcanus (ca. 160-104 BCE) Gazzada, Italy, 10-15 June, 2018Villa Cagnola THE ISSUE Historical assessment of the Maccabean Revolt and the early...

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10. Rome 2018

10th Enoch Nangeroni Meeting:Gender & Second Temple Judaism Rome, 17-21 June, 2018Casa Schwarz Chairs: Shayna Sheinfeld (Centre College) and Kathy Ehrensperger (Abraham Geiger Kolleg) While gender is discussed at other...

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11. Milan 2019

11th Enoch Nangeroni Meeting: The 3rd Early Islamic Studies Seminar Gazzada, Italy, 16-20 June,...

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12. Online 2021

12th Enoch Nangeroni Meeting: “Constructions of Gender in Late Antiquity” Online, 19-22 July 2021 Chairs: Kathy Ehrensperger (Abraham Geiger Kolleg) and Shayna Sheinfeld (Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical...

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13. Norway 2022

Virtus et Humanitas: Virtues and Values in Greco-Roman, Jewish and Christian Paideia at the Turn...

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14. Rome 2022

Luke and Acts with(in) Second Temple Judaism Rome, 26-29 June, 2022Facoltà Valdese and Pontificia...

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Alessandro Nangeroni

The Alessandro Nangeroni International Endowment The Alessandro Nangeroni International Endowment was established in 2011 at the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies. The Endowment is aimed to support all activities of...

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