You are here: HomeMeetingsList of All Annual Meetings2012 Annual Meeting

2012 Annual Meeting

The Seventy-Fifth International Meeting
of the Catholic Biblical Association of America
was held July 28-31, 2012,
at the University of Notre Dame,
in South Bend, Indiana.

A formal banquet on Sunday evening featured some special program elements,
made available here for members who were not able to attend in person:

* An Encomium on the 75th Anniversary of the CBA - by Prof. Amy-Jill Levine

Read more: 2012 Annual Meeting

Program Overview

Note for All Presenters:

All sessions will be held in DeBartolo Hall classroom building. Each room is equipped with built in dual-boot podium computers (both Mac and PC), built-in projectors and document cameras. Podium set-ups can also accommodate individual speaker's laptops if preferred. On-site tech support will also be provided throughout the conference.

Program Committee, 2012:

John J. Clabeaux, Chair (Liturgies)
Kelley Coblentz Bautch (NT Speakers)
Gordon J. Hamilton (Continuing Seminars)
Dale Launderville, O.S.B. (OT Speakers)
Sheila E. McGinn (Liaison with Local Arrangements)
Seamus O'Connell (Task Forces)
Maria Pascuzzi, C.S.J. (Research Reports)
Read more: Program Overview

Task Forces at the 2012 Annual Meeting

Five "Task Forces" met at this year's Annual Meeting of the CBA:

Read more: Task Forces at the 2012 Annual Meeting

Liturgies at the 2012 Annual Meeting

All CBA members are invited to participate in the following liturgies at this year's Annual Meeting:

Read more: Liturgies at the 2012 Annual Meeting

Research Reports at the 2012 Annual Meeting

Twenty-six "Research Reports" were presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the CBA.

Here are the name of the presenters, the paper titles, and content summaries:

Read more: Research Reports at the 2012 Annual Meeting

Publishers at the 2012 Annual Meeting

The following academic and biblical publishers plan to have displays at this year's Annual Meeting of the CBA:

Read more: Publishers at the 2012 Annual Meeting

Subcategories