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CBA Full and Associate Members The Executive Board has established a new dues category for retired members. The reduced annual dues for retired...

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Dear CBA Members, I wish to address a word of appreciation to you for our meeting at Walsh University. Having the opportunity to attend your...

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Report of the Eighty-second International Meeting of the Catholic Biblical Association of America Program Abstracts The eighty-second...

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During CBA Business Meeting at Walsh University on Monday, July 29, the FULL MEMBERS voted on the following motion: The Full Members of the CBA...

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Your Member Compass™ is the means by which you have access to your CBA member file. When you login to the CBA website, your member...

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Announcement from the CBQ Editorial Board The Editorial Board of The Catholic Biblical Quarterly welcomes applications from full members of The...

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Catholic Theological Union at Chicago Applications are being accepted for an entry-level position in Old Testament Studies. The position is...

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CBA is pleased to announce the 2019 Emerging Scholars Fellows: Ki-Eun Jang (New York University) Christian Gers-Uphaus (University of...

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CBA Travel Grants: Annual General Meeting The Catholic Biblical Association of America is pleased to announce the availability of five $500 grants...

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CBA no longer is managing subscriptions, though dues paying and Life members will continue to receive The Catholic Biblical Quarterly as a...

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After more than twenty-five years of service to The Catholic Biblical Association, Violet Halton will be retiring on December 14. Violet's...

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זכר צדיק לברכה Remembering those who perished during Shabbat services at Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on October 27. May the...

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