AAR SBL Annual Meeting App Available! #sblaar

For those of us who’ve long been waiting, there is good news: the mobile app for the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature annual meeting in November is now available! ANNUAL MEETING MOBILE APP IS AVAILABLE! Plan Your Meeting with the free Annual Meetings mobile app! AAR and SBL introduces the use [Read More...]

GERT at SBL

Randall Tan passed on this information, which is also on the Biblical Humanities website: The proposed Global Education & Research Technology (GERT) section at SBL is organizing additional meetings on Friday, Nov 22, 2013, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., just prior to the start of the SBL Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland. This is in addition [Read More...]

Conference Thoughts

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Best Night for SBLAARggers Gathering?

Brian LePort may have ended up calling us something rude in British English (he’ll probably fix it), but his question is still an important one. He is asking when the best day is for an evening gathering of bloggers at AAR/SBL, or whether a lunch or breakfast would be preferable. Click through and chime in [Read More...]

SBLAARggers Gathering

Brian Le Port posted about the annual bibliobloggers' gathering for this year's SBL and AAR annual meeting in Baltimore. I think that it is high time that we fully included the AAR folks. And so let's start calling it the SBLAARggers Gathering. We agreed in the past that #SBLAAR is a better hashtag to use, [Read More...]

The Landscape of the Religion Blogosphere

I’m not sure that I was aware of the report, released in 2010, about the “New Landscape of the Religion Blogosphere.” I was directed to it by another blog that I was previously unaware of, Religion Scholars in Progress. Both will potentially be useful to those who are focusing on the theme of Biblical studies [Read More...]

The Word Became App

Evangelicalism has never, ever been about just “the Bible alone.” Sure, the slogan has been used in Protestantism. But the Reformers knew that the Bible is never alone, and provided commentary on it. And often times the provision of commentary – one thinks of the infamous Schofield Reference Bible – has influenced an incredibly large [Read More...]

How To Start an Academic Blog

Joshua Mann has written a blog post about how to start an academic blog, gearing up for a presentation on the topic for SBL in November. When I saw the title, it reminded me of the classic cartoon about how become a famous blogger. In much the same way, to become an academic blogger, you [Read More...]

SBL Program Book Available

Thanks to Dan McClellan for pointing out that the Society of Biblical Literature 2013 Annual Meeting program book is now online. Below are details of the two sessions in which I’m presenting, and I’ve included links in the titles of my papers to the abstracts for them: S23-228 Metacriticism of Biblical Scholarship 11/23/2013 1:00 PM [Read More...]

Student Blogging Session at SBL 2013

Here's the information about the session on student blogging and students in the digital age that the Blogger and Online Publication section and the Student Advisory Council are jointly sponsoring: Blogger and Online Publication Student Blogging and Students in the Digital Age Mark Goodacre presiding Jack Collins, University of Virginia Academic Busking: A New Paradigm [Read More...]

Mythicism and the Mainstream: The Rhetoric and Realities of Academic Freedom

I’ve been meaning to post for a while that my Society of Biblical Literature paper proposal has been accepted by the “Metacriticism of Biblical Scholarship” section, and so will be presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting in Baltimore. Here is the abstract: Mythicism and the Mainstream: The Rhetoric and Realities of Academic Freedom James F. [Read More...]


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