Dear colleagues,
The following should be of interest to many of you.
Victor

BEN-GURION UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV, BEER SHEVA
The Department of Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Studies
With participation of
The Norbert Blechner Chair of Jewish Values
Is pleased to invite the public to a conference on the topic
"On the Boundary Line Between Textual and Literary Criticism
in the presence of Professor Alexander Rofe
which will take place on
Sunday, 16 June, 2002 (6 Tammuz, 5762)
Between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM
At the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva
In the Kreitman Building, Conference Hall A


Program

Prof. Zippi Talshir, Ben Gurion University
The Connection between Textual and Literary Criticism - What is
Permitted? What is Not?

Prof. Erhard Blum, Faculty of Theology, University of Tuebingen
The Connection between the Books of Genesis and Exodus and the Conclusion
of the Book of Joshua

Dr. Tova Forti, Ben Gurion University 
Developing Proverbs - Ideational Stratification in the Editions of the
Book of Proverbs

Ms Daliah Ammara, Ben Gurion University
The Three Faces of the Book of Daniel - Theological Textual Developments

Prof. Menahem Kister, The Hebrew University
The Editions of the Damascus Covenant

Prof. David Rosenthal, The Hebrew University
Long and Short Readings in the Talmud

Mr. Yitzhaq Danah, Ben Gurion University
The Lives of Plutarch - From Manuscript to the Printed Edition

Prof. Alexander Rofe, The Hebrew University
The Contribution of Literary and Theological History to the Textual
Criticism of the Bible

For Additional Details Contact
Prof. Zipi Talshir tel. 972-8-6461035
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Or
Prof. Victor Hurowitz tel. 972-8-6461036
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