Centre for Reception History of the Bible
Biblical Women and their Afterlives: New Testament Characters
Trinity College, Oxford
16-18th March 2008
This interdisciplinary conference is part of an AHRC-funded project, in collaboration with Boston University, exploring the reception history of biblical women.
Following on from the successful conference in Boston in 2007, which examined the afterlives of women from the Hebrew Bible, our 2008 conference will focus on the afterlives of New Testament characters in art, music, literature and theology.
Prof Heidi Hornik (art history)
Prof Diane Apostolos-Cappadona (art history)
Prof Ruth Steiner (music)
Prof Peter Loewen (music)
Fiona Maddocks (music)
Prof Christopher Rowland (theology)
Dr Sarah Jane Boss (theology)
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