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IOSOT 2022

Friday, 12 August 2022 – Overview Short Papers

Part I (14.30-16.00)

  14.30-15.00 15.00-15.30 15.30-16.00

Violence in the Psalms
Chair: Lodewyk Sutton
Room KOL-G-201

Nancy L. deClaissé-Walford (Mercer University McAfee School of Theology;
University of Pretoria)

Human on Human Violence against the Marginalized in the Psalms
Lodewyk Sutton (University of the Free State)
Mouths at War: Reading the Direction of Violence in Psalms 57–59
David G. Firth (Trinity College Bristol; University of the Free State)
A World Gone Wrong: Structural Violence in Psalms 9–14
Apocalyptic Literature
Chair: Veronika Bachmann
Room KOL-G-220
Thomas Elms (University of Sydney)
No Power to Save: Daniel 6 and the Failure of the Friendly King
Uta Schmidt (Augustana Hochschule Neuendettelsau)
The Absence of Women and the Importance of Gender in the Book of Daniel
Sarah Wisialowski (University of Oxford)
Disrupting Time: A Study of Daniel 9 and History

HB/OT Reception History (2)
Chair: Matthias Hopf
Room KOL-G-212

Florian Neitmann (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)
The Torah in Combat Sports and Cosmic Spheres: On the Reception of Deuteronomy 30:15, 19 in 4 Ezra and 2 Baruch
Josef M. Oesch (Universität Innsbruck)
Eine Datenbank zur überlieferten Gliederung der Hebräischen Bibel. Ein Werkstättenbericht
John Shuster (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Homiletical Features and Functions of the Targum to the Psalms
Hebrew and Other Northwest Semitic Languages (1)
Chair: Jürg Hutzli
Room KOL-F-103
Jan Dušek (Charles University, Prague)
Who Were the Gods of Panamuwa I?
Nesina Grütter (Universität Basel)

The Canard of a Loan Translation from Akkadian in Ezekiel 21:26: Divine Agency Concepts Unveiled

Harald Samuel (University of Oxford)
Einige Probleme der althebräischen „Orthographie“
Methodology of HB/OT Study (1)
Chair: Ruth Ebach
Room KOL-G-203
Axel Bühler (University of Geneva)
Faire parler les nombres. Une analyse statistique de l’invention des chiffres dans les textes antiques
Juliane Eckstein (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)
Everything Is Connected: Introducing Actor Network Theory to Biblical Studies
Benjamin Kilchör (STH Basel)
Intertextual Observations in the Method of Quoting Long Texts within the Bible
Prophets (7)
Chair: Hans Ulrich Steymans
Room KOL-G-222 new Room KOL-F-109
Georg Fischer (Universität Innsbruck)
Die Stellung Jeremias innerhalb der Propheten
Noam Mizrahi (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
The Interpretive Transmission of Isaiah as Witnessed by 4QIsag (4Q61)

Coffee break (16.00-16.30)

Part II (16.30-18.00)

  16.30-17.00 17.00-17.30 17.30-18.00
Hebrew and Other Northwest Semitic Languages (2)
Chair: Lida Panov
Room KOL-F-103
Jesse Scheumann (University of the Free State)
“Disjunctive waw”: Towards a Comprehensive View of Negative Coordination in Biblical Hebrew
Desiree Zecha (LMU München)
Die Bedeutung eines „und“
Methodology of HB/OT Study (2)
Chair: Dylan Johnson
Room KOL-G-203
Tyler Mowry (Baylor University)
Diachronic Analysis in a Post-“Empirical” Age: Vertical and Horizontal Patterning as Possible Categories of Indeterminate Compositional Phenomena
Reinhard Müller (Universität Göttingen)
Zwei Interpolationen des Wortes „Tora“ im protomasoretischen Text
Prophets (8)
Chair: Andrew Teeter
Room KOL-G-222 new Room: KOL-F-109
Benjamin Ziemer (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg)
Wie alt sind die beiden Fassungen des Jeremiabuches? Eine Neueinschätzung nach Qumran
James D. Nogalski (Baylor University)
The Significance of Sequence: Reflections on Haggai→Zechariah→Malachi as the Conclusion to the Twelve
The Political, Social, and Economic History of Ancient Israel and Judah
Chair: Stephen Germany
Room KOL-G-220
Jacob Deans (University of Cambridge)
Amos the nōqēd: A Case Study of the Class Politics of Israel’s Countryside
Sarah Schulz (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Persische Herrschaftsämter und jüdische Identität
Wisdom Literature (3)
Chair: Alma Brodersen
Room KOL-G-212
Heli Alamaunu (University of Helsinki)
The Fruit of the Mouth: Intuitive Thinking in Proverbs
Giorgio Paolo Campi (University of Bologna - École Pratique des Hautes

The Tale of the Poor Man of Nippur between Mesopotamian and Biblical Wisdom
Lisa Plantin (Stockholm School of Theology)
A Solution to the Textual Problems in Job 38:10 and 39:3