May Contain Nuts and BS

May Contain Nuts and BS April 2, 2014

Jim Linville mentioned on his blog that he has had a paper accepted for the Blogger and Online Publication session at next November’s annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. The title is:

May Contain Nuts and B.S. (Biblical Studies): The Politics of Academic Legitimacy Online and the Need to Properly Theorize the Category “@%!#*! Loonie”

It will make a nice pairing with his Metacriticism paper, the title of which is:

In Search of the Biblical Flintstones? Some Thoughts on Creationism, Academic Freedom, and Scholarly Obligation

Visit his blog to read the abstracts of the papers. Jim always comes up with great titles.

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