New Testament Research Seminar
The Seminar brings together the substantial New Testament research community associated with the Department. The core members are the full-time academic staff who specialize in New Testament (and related) studies together with postgraduate students working in this field either by research or coursework. Normally there is an academic presentation followed by discussion. Guest speakers from the UK and overseas constitute a significant part of the programme. From our own number, presentations by both staff and research students occur regularly. To allow access worldwide to our proceedings, some seminars have been recorded and placed on the web.
A recent development is the establishment of links with staff and postgraduates in the Department of Biblical Studies of Sheffield University and Manchester University. A very successful study day with presentations by both research postgraduates and staff of work in progress has been held annually for the past several years.
The Seminar also benefits from the Durham-Duke exchange programme. Recently, two Durham postgraduates have spent time at Duke University and one Duke postgraduate has spent six months with us in Durham.
Social events each term contribute to the conviviality of the seminar.
New Testament Research Seminar: Who were the Hellenists and what did they contribute to the beginnings of Christianity?
5 November 2007 16:15 in Seminar Room C, Abbey House
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