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International conference: Canon – Context – Culture and the Hermeneutics of Canon

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Canon – Context – Culture and the Hermeneutics of Canon
Joint meeting of the Hermeneutics and Judaism Christianity and Islam Network with the Society for Jewish and Biblical Studies in Central Europe
11-12 October 2012

University of Bucharest, Faculty of Political Sciences
8, Spiru Haret Street


Thursday, October 11
9.00: Opening addresses
9.15: Gerhard Langer: “Canon and Canonical Approach: Rabbinic Judaism”
9.45: Gebhard Selz, “The Canon of Sumerian Literature”
10.15: Sydney Aufrere, “Canonical Phenomena in Ancient Egypt”

Break

10.45: Martin F. Meyer, “The Corpus Aristotelicum in Antiquity”
11.15: Zlatko Plese, “The Hermeneutics of Homeric Editions in Antiquity”
11.45: Armin Lange, “Rewriting the Heritage of the Other: The Intertextuality of Ancient Antisemitism”
12.30: Meeting of the JBSCE

Lunch

14.30: Lautaro Roig Lanzilotta, “The Canon of Naghammadi”
15.00: Ida Fröhlich, “Canon – Context – Culture in the Qumran Library”
15.30: Michaela Bauks, “The Canonical Intertextuality of Eve in the Deuteroncanonical Corpus”
16.00: Ruth Rehfisch, “The Image of Eve in Schoolbooks of the 20th and 21st Century”

Break

17.00: Evelyn Goodman-Thau, Religion und Politik im Spannungsfeld von Kanon, Kontext und Kultur aus den Quellen des Judentums
17.30: Alberto Castaldini, Italian Jewish Society and Torah during the Modern Age: an Anthropological Perspective
18.00: Nora David, “The Use of Jewish Traditions in Danubian Judaism”

Friday, October 12

9.00: Anisava Miltenova, “Slavonic Translations of Enarratio in prophetam Isaiam”
9.30: Darko Tepert, “Three Groups of Hebrew and Aramaic Parchment Fragments Found in Rijeka and Karlobag, Croatia: Identifying and Attempts of Dating”
10.00: Martha Keil, “Medieval Hebrew Fragments in Austria - some Highlights of a long-time Project”

Break

10.30: Brigitte Dalinger: Kanon und Theater: Richard Beer-Hofmanns „Jaakobs Traum“ und Stefan Zweigs „Jeremias“
11.00: Armin Eidherr: Joseph Opatoshu – ein langsames Verschwinden aus dem Kanon der jiddischen Literatur?
11.30: Ewa Geller: Verkannte jiddische Grammatik des Esperantobegründers Ludwig Zamenhof
12.00: Astrid Starck: Das altjiddische Sod ha-neshama aus dem Jahr 1609

Lunch
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