Programm

Montag, 8. August 2022

14.15-14.30  Eröffnung des Kongresses
14.30-15.20 
 
Peter Dubovský (Rom):
Neo-Assyrian Archival Texts and the Bible
15.20-16.10

 
David Vanderhooft (Boston):
Travel and Divination Inquiries in the Hebrew Bible and Epigraphic Sources
  Kaffeepause
16.40-17.30

 
Jutta Jokiranta (Helsinki):
The Lure or Relief of Ritualized Behavior: Cognitive and Cultural Readings of Scrolls
17.30-18.20

 
Nathan MacDonald (Cambridge):
Turbulent Priests? Rethinking the History of the Israelite Priesthood
  Getränkepause im Lichthof der Universität Zürich
18.50-19.40

 
Presidential Address: Konrad Schmid (Zürich):
The Composition of the Pentateuch as a Historical and a Hermeneutical Problem
19.40-21.30  Empfang im Lichthof der Universität Zürich

Dienstag, 9. August 2022

09.00-09.50

  
Steed Davidson (Chicago):
Imperial Desires: Constructions and Maintenance of Race in Biblical Interpretation
09.50-10.40

 
Benjamin Sommer (New York):
What Is the Problem in the Cursing Psalms? Scripture, Genre, and the Ethics of Prayer
  Kaffeepause
11.10-12.00

 
Judith Newman (Toronto):
Time, Text, and Ancestors in the Memories of Israel: A New Perspective
12.00-12.50 

 
Oded Lipschits (Tel Aviv):
Since When and for How Long Has the “Clan of Azekah” Been Part of the Kingdom of Judah?
  (Mittagspause)
14.30-15.00 Short Papers
15.00-15.30  Short Papers
15.30-16.00 Short Papers
  Kaffeepause
16.30-17.00 Short Papers
17.00-17.30 Short Papers
17.30-18.00 Short Papers
18.30-21.00 Empfang im Lichthof der Universität Zürich

Mittwoch, 10. August 2022

09.00-09.50 

 
Susanne Gillmayr-Bucher (Linz):
“Our Fathers Have Told Us …” (Psalm 78:3): Remembered History in the Psalms Reflected through the Centuries
09.50-10.40 
 
Shuichi Hasegawa (Tokyo):
Past, Present and Future: The Redaction History of 2 Kings 17
  Kaffeepause
11.10-12.00 
 
William A. Tooman (St. Andrews):
Rereading
12.30-17.30  Schiffsausflug auf dem Zürichsee, Anmeldung erforderlich
18.30-21.00 Empfang im Kreuzgang der Theologischen Fakultät, Kirchgasse 9 Anmeldung erforderlich (Teilnehmerzahl beschränkt!) / Kostenbeitrag: CHF 30.00

Donnerstag, 11. August 2022

09.00-09.50

 
Bernd Schipper (Berlin):
From Empirical Knowledge to Critical Wisdom: The Composition and Intention of the Book of Proverbs
09.50-10.40

 
Nili Wazana (Jerusalem):
Biblical “Special Traits List”: A Subversive Reaction to Imperial Power
  Kaffeepause
11.10-12.00

 
Manfred Oeming (Heidelberg):
Die Bedeutung der Numismatik für das Studium des Alten Testaments
12.00-12.50

 
Matthieu Richelle (Louvain-la-Neuve):
Uncertainty and Undecidability in Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible
  (Mittagspause)
14.30-15.00  Short Papers
15.00-15.30  Short Papers
15.30-16.00 Short Papers
  Kaffeepause
16.30-17.00 Short Papers
17.00-17.30 Short Papers
17.30-18.00 Short Papers
18.30-21.30  Kongressdinner im ETH Dozentenfoyer, Anmeldung erforderlich (Teilnehmerzahl beschränkt!) / Kostenbeitrag: CHF 80.00

Freitag, 12. August 2022