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ITSEE: Conferences

The Seventh Birmingham Colloquium
on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
28-31 March 2011
John Kydd Room, Graduate Institute for Theology and Religion, Elmfield House, University of Birmingham.

"Early Christian Writers and the Text of the New Testament"

Draft programme

Timetable

Monday 28th March
7.30 pm: Dr Hugh Houghton Classifying Biblical Citations as Evidence for the New Testament Text
8.00 pm Prof. Ulrich Schmid Marcion and the textual history of Romans : Early editions of New Testament writings and corpora
Followed by a drinks reception

Tuesday 29th March
9.15 am Dr Jeff Kloha The NT Text of Nicetas of Remesiana (with special reference to Luke 1:46)
9.45 am Prof. Claire Clivaz The Same Words, but not the Same Readings: Early Christian Readings of Lk 22,43-44
10.30 am Coffee
11.00 am Dr Tommy Wasserman The Son of God was in the Beginning (Mark 1:1)
11.30 am Gary Pence Citations of St. John's Gospel in the writings of Basil of Caesarea
12 noon Dan Batovici Eriugena's Greek variant readings of the Fourth Gospel
12.30 pm Lunch

1.15 pm: Coach departs for excursion to Lichfield Cathedral (including a tour of the library and visit to the Bible exhibition; there will also be time to attend evensong or explore the city; supper (not included in the price) will be at the Hedgehog Inn.)
10.00pm: Coach returns to Woodbrooke.

Wednesday 30th March
9.15 am Dr Dirk Jongkind The Relevance of the "Early Byzantine Glossary" of Paul for the Textual Criticism of the Corpus Paulinum
9.45 am Prof. Pier Franco Beatrice Heracleon's Hypomnemata as a Source for the Apostolic Writings of his Time
10.30 am Coffee
11.00 am Dr Claudia Greco Νόθοι κόσμοιο πολῖται: Jesus' Prayer for His Disciples in Nonnus' Paraphrasis (P 25-62~Jo. 17. 9-19)
11.30 am Michael A. Clark Nicetas of Heraclea's Catenae of John: Preliminary Considerations
12 noon Krista Whittenburg Pelagius' Text of 1 Corinthians
12.30 pm Lunch

1.45 pm Prof Bill Warren A new commentary on the exegetical value of textual variants
2.00 pm Timothy Sailors Tatian's Diatessaron as a Witness to the Text of its Sources
2.30 pm Dr Wim Hendriks Mark 6:3 : Is not this the Carpenter?
3.15 pm Tea
3.30 pm Dr Amy Donaldson Patristic References to New Testament Variants: Their Value and Limitations
4.00 pm Concluding round table
4.30 pm Break
7.00 pm: Optional Conference Dinner (University Staff House), with a presentation on the
Staffordshire Hoard.