Current Research Reports

The following Research Reports are to be delivered at this year's                  Annual General Meeting.

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 All Research Reports will be held in O'Connor Hall.

   


SUNDAY

Research Reports

  

SUNDAY, 1:30 - 2:10 PM

Location

  • “Dividing Samson and Saul, Writing Judahite History”
    Mahri Leonard-Fleckman, College of the Holy Cross

O: 102

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  • “Preserving a Dead Man’s Name in Ruth 4:10 and African Parallels”
    Luke Emehiele Ijezie, Catholic Institute of West Africa, Port Harcourt, Nigeria

O: 103

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  • “The Peshitta for Our Time: Linguistic Aid, Text-Critical Resource, or Scripture?”
    Jeff W. Childers, Graduate School of Theology, Abilene Christian University

O: 104

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  • “A Synodal Leadership Paradigm: Johannine Perspectives”
    Rekha M. Chennattu, Pontifical Athenaeum, Pune, India

O: 105

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  • “Unsustained Minor Agreements in the Synoptic Double Tradition”
    Olegs Andrejevs, Loyola University Chicago

O: 106

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  • “The Diatribes within Romans 9–11”
    Mark Reasoner, Marian University

O: 107

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Research Reports

SUNDAY, 2:10 - 2:50 PM

Location

  • “Maternal Instruction in Proverbs and Early Jewish Literature”
    Karina Martin Hogan, Fordham University

O: 102

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  • “The Legend of the Fall: Ben Sira and Original Sin”
    Gary P. Klump, Marquette University

O: 103

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  • “Ascension and Sacrifice”
    David M. Moffitt, University of St Andrews

O: 104

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  • “Jesus and Foreign Women: A Synoptic-Johannine Link?”
    Eric John Wyckoff, S.D.B., Salesian Pontifical University, Jerusalem Campus

O: 105

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  • “Divergent Readings in Gospel Texts: Difficulties in Distinguishing between Redaction-Critical and Text-Critical Alterations”
    Timothy B. Sailors, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen

O: 106

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Research Reports

SUNDAY, 3:20 - 4:00 PM

Location

  • “Warrior and Prophetic Calls: Which Came First?”
    Mark S. Smith, Princeton Theological Seminary

O: 102

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  • “King David in the Garden of Eden”
    Andrew Geist, Providence College

O: 103

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  • “Idolatry and Identity in the House of Yahweh (Ezek 8–11)”
    Dale Launderville, O.S.B., Saint John’s University School of Theology and Seminary

O: 104

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  • “The Purpose and Plan of the Gospel of Mark”
    José Enrique Aguilar,St. Joseph’s Seminary, Yonkers, NY

O: 105

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Research Reports

SUNDAY, 4:10 - 4:40 PM

Location

  • “Tobit’s Almsgiving as a Model of Missionary Availability”
    Mark Enemali, C.S.Sp., Spiritan International School of Theology, Attakwu, Enugu 

O: 102

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  • “Purity/Water Rituals: Key to Israel’s Identity”
    Joseph Atkinson, John Paul II Institute at CUA

O: 103

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  • “The Ambrosian Lectionary (2008) as Response to Critics on the Roman Lectionary”
    Marco Benini, Theologische Fakultät Trier, Germany

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  • “Sanctification, Transformation, and Paul’s First Letter to the Thessalonians"
    Najeeb T. Haddad, Notre Dame of Maryland University

O: 105

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  • “The Reign of Sin and Death: Reading Paul’s Personification of Sin and Death in Romans 5:12-21 as Metaphors of Roman Imperial Domination”
    Chimbuoyim UzodimmaH.F.S.N., Boston College [Emerging Scholars Fellow]

O: 106

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MONDAY

Research Reports

MONDAY, 1:20 - 2:00 PM

Location

  • “Concept of History in the Book of Isaiah”
    Peter Dubovský, S.J., Pontificio Istituto Biblico

O: 102

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  • “Eden in the Diaspora: Genesis 2-3 in the Book of Tobit”

    Tyng-Guang (Brian) Chu, Duke University [Emerging Scholars Fellow]

O 103

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  • “Biblical Interpretation, Social Justice and Anti-Racism”
    Sherri Brown, Creighton University

O: 104

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  • “The Canonical vs. Critical NT Text: Differing Criteria”
    Matthew S. Monnig, S.J, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

O: 105

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  • “Performing Salvation at Dura-Europos”
    Barbara Crostini, Newman Institute, Uppsala, Sweden

O: 106

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Research Reports

MONDAY, 2:10 - 2:50 PM

Location

  •  “Beyond Boundaries: Ethnicity, Gender, and Class in Exodus 1-2”
    Melanie Peetz, Sankt Georgen Graduate School of Philosophy and Theology

O: 102

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  • “Trito-Isaiah in Deutero-Tobit: Text, Allusion, Redaction”
    Joseph Riordan, S.J., Pontificio Istituto Biblico

O: 103

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  • “Teaching with Authority: The use of συζητέω in Mark”
    Francis C. Cousins, St.  Angela’s College, Sligo

Virtual Only

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  • “A New Perception on the Parable of the Good Samaritan”
    Antonio Portalatín, The Catholic University of America

O: 105

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  • “’Baptized with My Baptism’: Baptismal Figuration in Mark”
    Paul D. Wheatley, Nashotah House Theological Seminary

O: 106

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