Papers 2014

Årstein Justnes and Torleif Elgvin, “In the Footsteps of the Scribes of the Great Isaiah Scroll (1QIsaa).” Bible as Notepad. Norwegian School of Theology, December 10–12.

Kipp Davis, “Sins of the Fathers: Cultural, Scribal, and Literary Presuppositions and the Publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Discoveries in the Judaean Desert Series.” Vitenskapsteori, bibelvitenskap og tidligkristne studier: Forutsetninger, meningskonstruksjon og sannhet. Strand Hotel Fevik, November 13–14.

Årstein Justnes, “En fetters hevn: Dødehavsrullene som utfordring for bibelvitenskapen.” Vitenskapsteori, bibelvitenskap og tidligkristne studier: Forutsetninger, meningskonstruksjon og sannhet. Strand Hotel Fevik, November 13–14.

Kipp Davis, “The Commissioning of Jeremiah and Paul: A Response to Lutz Doering.” Conference on Jeremiah’s Scriptures: Production, Reception, Interaction, and Transformation, Monte Verità, Ascona, June 22–26.

Kipp Davis, “The Design Mousetrap: Methodological Adaptation and the Contribution of Material Philology to Qumran Studies.” Conference on the Dead Sea Scrolls and Material Philology: New Methods for New Text Editions, Univsersity of Copenhagen, April 3–5.

Torleif Elgvin, “Does Height and Width Matter? Small-sized Scrolls, Miniature Editions, and Scriptures with High and Narrow Columns.” Conference on the Dead Sea Scrolls and Material Philology: New Methods for New Text Editions, Univsersity of Copenhagen, April 3–5.

Årstein Justnes, “The Great Isaiah Scroll and Material Philology: Preliminary Observations and a Proposal.” Holy Scriptures Forum, January 3.

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