‘Intertext and Allusion in Jewish-Greek Literature’, date: 24th of June 2021, via Zoom
We are pleased to announce that you can now register for the one-day seminar, ‘Intertext and Allusion in Jewish-Greek Literature’, scheduled to take place on the 24th of June 2021.
The conference will take place entirely online (via Zoom) and with pre-circulated papers. Please see below for the program.
To register, please complete this form , making sure to sign up using the same email address that you use for your Zoom account.
Please note that places are limited. By registering to attend, you are committing to reading the pre-circulated papers in advance. Each speaker will briefly summarize and reflect on their work, but the majority of each session will involve discussion of their written submission.
Papers will be accessible from Thursday 10th June.
Intertext and Allusion in Jewish-Greek Literature
Thursday 24th June
The Faculty of Divinity and the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge
10.15-10.30 – ‘registration’: Zoom opens
10.30-11.00 – Vladimir Olivero: ‘King as Physician: The Medical Metaphor in LXX Proverbs 24’
11.00-11.30 – Barbara Schmitz: ‘Five Days: The Lindos Chronicle and the Book of Judith’
11.45-12.15 – Max Leventhal: ‘Allusion and Intertextuality in the_Letter of Aristeas_’
2.00-2.30 – Max Kramer: ‘Ezekiel’s _Exagoge_ and the Drama of Intertextuality’
2.30-3.00 – Helen Van Noorden: ‘Homer and Virgil Opened My Books: The_Sibylline Oracles_ and the Non-Jewish Canon’
3.15-3.45 – Bärry Hartog: ‘Philo and the Ship of State: A Platonic Reference in Philo’s _Legatio’_
3.45-4.15 – Sean Adams: ‘Memory as Overt Allusion Trigger’
4.15-5.00 – Round table
Dr Max Leventhal (he/him)
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge.
Thole Research Fellow, Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
Please sign up below with the email address that you use for your Zoom account. You will only be able to access the conference using this email address. Should this email address change at a later date, please inform the organizers.