AAR Traditions of East Late Antiquity Session

Here is the lineup for the Traditions of East Late Antiquity Exploratory Session that will take place at AAR in November:

From Jerusalem to the Karûn: What can Mandaean Geographies Tell Us?

Charles Häberl, Rutgers University

“On the Creation of Adam”: A Greek/Syriac “Kephalaion” from Titus of Bostra’s Contra Manichaeos

Timothy Pettipiece, University of Ottawa

The Creation of Disaster: Ritual Error in the Creation Stories of Ptahil and Zurvan

Jennifer Hart, Stanford University

Pahlavi and Periodization: The Use and Value of the Term ‘Late Antique’ for Zoroastrian Literature

Yuhan Vevaina, Stanford University

Mani and the Mythic Melting Pot: Syncretism or Archaeology of Knowledge in Late Antique Mesopotamia

Jason DeBuhn, Northern Arizona University

Penetrating Words: Syriac Mariology in a Talmudic Text

Michael Rosenberg, Hebrew College

Naomi Koltun-Fromm , Haverford College

respondent

James McGrath , Butler University

presider

"It's only hyperbole if he doesn't take his extravagant claims literally, lol."

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"Oh, epistemic hyperbole is basically the English language as far as Carrier's concerned."

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"Carrier also imports traditional deductive reasoning language into his arguments, suggesting "certainty" of his arguments, ..."

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"The thing I've appreciated about Carrier's attempts to use a (modified) form of Bayes' theorem ..."

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