Category Archives: Papers

Papers 2015

Torleif Elgvin, «Bakgrunn for prosjektet ‘Biblical’ Texts Older than the Bible, oversikt over Dødehavstekstene i Schøyen-samlingen». NGTS seminar 2015. Ansgar Teologiske Høgskole, 5. desember.

Årstein Justnes, «Å studere ‘bibelske’ tekster med ukjent opphav». NGTS seminar 2015. Ansgar Teologiske Høgskole, 5. desember.

Torleif Elgvin, «Forskningsresultater fra Biblical Texts Older than the Bible». NGTS seminar 2015. Ansgar Teologiske Høgskole, 5. desember.

Årstein Justnes, «Eksempler på (flat-)brødundere: Å rekonstruere små fragmenter». NGTS seminar 2015. Ansgar Teologiske Høgskole, 5. desember.

Årstein Justnes, «Den store Jesaja-rullen og ny/materiell filologi». Jesaja-seminar. Ansgar Teologiske Høgskole, 5. desember.

Kipp Davis, “Column Structure and Standardisation: Some Observations of Scribal Features in the Judaean Desert Psalms Manuscripts and their Implications”. Helsinki workshop 24–25th September.

Torleif Elgvin, “From Collections of Love Songs to a Solomonic Composition: The Growth of the Book of Canticles in Hasmonean and Herodian Times”. Functions of Psalms and Prayers in the Late Second Temple Period. Copenhagen Workshop, Mai 7.–9.

Årstein Justnes, “The Hand of the Corrector in 1QIsaa XXXIII 7 (Isa 40,7-8)”. Holy Scriptures Forum. January 30.

Årstein Justnes, “Hazon Gabriel – A Modern Forgery”. Holy Scriptures Forum. January 16.

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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.


Papers 2013

Torleif Elgvin, “A New Fragment of Deut 32:5-9 and the Textual Tradition,” 24 November, SBL Annual Meeting, Baltimore.

Kipp Davis, “A New Fragment from the Schøyen Collection of Dead Sea Scrolls, and Implications for the Textual History of the Book of Kings,” November 24, SBL Annual Meeting, Baltimore.

Kipp Davis, “The War Text 4Q491: Re-Construction and Re-Assessment,”Holy Scriptures Forum, August 27.

Kipp Davis, “The Social Milieu of the Jeremiah Scriptures in Second Temple Judaism: New Light from the Schøyen Collection and the Evidence for Multiple Literary Editions at Qumran,” 6 August, 2013, International Organization of Qumran Studies, Munich.

Torleif Elgvin, “A New Small-Sized Scroll of Ruth from Qumran, Liturgical Power, and the Way of Megillot Towards Canonisation,” August 5, 2013 IOQS, München .

Årstein Justnes, ”4QApocryphon of Daniel ar (4Q246) and Luke 1:32–35: Some Observations,” 7th Enoch Seminar. July 21-26, 2013. Camaldoli.

Kipp Davis, “Edom as a Polemical Figure: Allusions to the Family History of Esau in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” July 25, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Kipp Davis, “Scribal Intervention in Jeremiah 3? A Report from The Schøyen Collection of Dead Sea Scrolls,” June 17–18, Leuven and Gronningen Joint Colloquium on the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Kipp Davis, “The Textual History of Jeremiah 9:11–15: New Developments and their Implications,” Holy Scriptures Forum, April 19.

KIpp Davis, “DJD 32 and the Great Isaiah Scroll,” Holy Scriptures Forum, March 1.

Kipp Davis, “‘Stegemetrics’ in the Qumran Scrolls: An Exercise in the Material Restoration and Reconstruction of 4QApocryphon of Jeremiah C-a (4Q385a),” Holy Scriptures Forum, January 18.

Årstein Justnes, “4QApocryphon of Daniel ar (4Q246) and the Book of Daniel,” Holy Scriptures Forum, January 4.

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Papers 2012

January 25, Forum for hellige skrifter, Universitetet i Agder

Torleif Elgvin, “En ‘allmektig’ menneskesønn og messias før NT: Daniel 7, 4Q521Messianic apocalypse og 1 Enok 47-73”

February 29, Forum for hellige skrifter, Universitetet i Agder

Årstein Justnes, “Det nye testamentets grunntekst(er)”

March 7, Forum for hellige skrifter, Universitetet i Agder

Torleif Elgvin, “Gabriels åpenbaring – en endetidstekst om messiansk tegn på den tredje dag før NT”

June 25-29, Nangeroni Meeting, Gazzada (Milan)

Torleif Elgvin, “Texts on Messianic Reign during the Hasmonean Period” (short paper)

Årstein Justnes, “4Q246 in Context” (short paper)

July 22-26, Society of Biblical Literature, Amsterdam

Årstein Justnes, “Obviously Great, Probably Evil: The Son of God in 4Q246” (Program unit: Apocalyptic Literature)

Årstein Justnes, “On Being a ‘Librarian’ Before Dewey and the Bible” (Program unit: Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls)

August 5-8, Norwegian Summer Academy for Biblical Studies (NSABS), Ansgar Theological Seminary, Kristiansand

Årstein Justnes, “A Violent Hope: ‘Scriptural’ Eschatological Violence in the Dead Sea Scrolls”

November 17-20, Society of Biblical Literature, Annual Meeting

Torleif Elgvin, “A Variant Literary Edition of 2 Samuel from Qumran” (Session: Textual Growth: What Variant Editions Tell Us About Scribal Activity)

Torleif Elgvin, “Heaven and Earth Will Obey His Messiah. 4Q521 as Interpretation of Daniel 7” (Session: Qumran)

Ira Rabin, “Implications of the material aspects of the Dead Sea Scrolls for Qumran studies” (Session: Qumran)

November 23, Forum for hellige skrifter

C.J. Davis, “Prophets of Exile: 4QApocryphon of Jeremiah C, Apocryphal Baruch, and the Efficacy of the Second Temple”

Updated : 11/23/2012