Konferencia “Out of Egypt” o biblickom exode

January 30, 2014 at 12:11 pm

Konferencia “Out of Egypt: Israel’s Exodus Between Text and Memory, History and Imagination” (31.5.-3.6.2013) na University of Carolina, v súčasnosti najväčšia svojho druhu, dala dokopy 40 egyptológov, historikov, archeológov, textových a iných vedcov (geológov, geofyzikov, seizmológov, počítačových odborníkov, inžinierov), aby prispeli najnovšími poznatkami na túto tému:

1 – Thomas Levy – Úvod a privítanie

2 – Seth Lerer (University of Carolina) – Privítanie:

3 – Manfred Bietak (University of Vienna)- “What Egyptology can Contribute Today in Assessing the Sojourn in Egypt”:

4 – Lawrence T. Geraty (La Sierra University) – “Dates for the Exodus I Have Known”:

5 – Brad C. Sparks – “Egyptian Text Parallels to the Exodus: The Egyptology Literature” (začína 10:50):

6 – Emmanuel Anati – “Har Karkom: Archaeological Discoveries of Exodus”:

7 – Stephen Moshier (Wheaton College) – “Which Way out of Egypt? Physical Geography Constraints on the Exodus Itinerary”:

8 – James Hoffmeier (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) – “Egyptology, Egyptologists and the Exodus”:

9 – Susan Hollis (Empire State College) – “Out of Egypt: Did Israel’s Exodus Include Tales?”

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11 – Donald Redford ( Pennsylvania State University) (by Antoine Hirsch) – “Traditions Regarding a Great Going Forth from North-East Africa”:

12 – Stefan Münger (University of Bern) – “The ‘Image’ of the Pharaoh in Judahite and Israelite Society”:

13 – Jan Assmann – “Exodus and Memory: Remembering the Origin of Israel and Monotheism”:

14 – William Dever (Lycoming College) – “The Exodus and the Bible: What Was Known, What Was Remembered, What Was Forgotten”:

15 – Caterina Moro (Sapienza University of Rome) – “Hero and Villain: Outline of the Exodus Pharaoh in Artapanus”:

16 – René Bloch (University of Bern) – “Leaving Home: Jewish-Hellenistic Authors on the Exodus”:

17 – Babak Rahimi (University of Carolina) – “Exodus in the Quran”:

18 – Pieter van der Horst (Utrecht University) (prezentované Kathleen Bennallackovou) – “From Liberation to Expulsion”:

19 – Joel Allen – “The Despoliation of Egypt: From Stealing Treasures to Saving Texts”:

20 – Brendon Benz – “In Search of Israel’s Insider Status: A Re-evaluation of Israel’s Origin”:

21 – William Propp (University of Carolina) – “What Was The Exodus?”:

22 – Israel Finkelstein (Tel Aviv University) – KEYNOTE Lecture:

23 – Aren Maeir (Hebrew University) – “Can Archaeological Correlates for the Mnemo-Narratives of Exodus Be Found?”:

24 – Robert Mullins – “The Emergence of Israel in Retrospect”:

25 – Avraham Faust (Bar-Ilan University) – “The Emergence of Iron Age Israel: The Question of ‘Origins'”:

26 – Richard Friedman (University of Georgia) – “The Exodus Based on the Sources Themselves”:

27 – Baruch Halpern (University of Georgia) – “The Omerta on the Exodus”:

28 – Konrad Schmid (University of Zurich) – “The Exodus Account in Recent Pentateuchal Interpretation”:

29 – Stephen Russell (Augustana College) – “Sources of Judicial Power in the Moses Story”:

30 – Ronald Hendel (University of California) – KEYNOTE Lecture

31 – Gary Rendsburg (Rutgers University) – “Moses the Magician”:

32 – Thomas Römer (Collège de France) – “The Revelation of the Divine Name to Moses”:

33 – Christoph Berner – “The Exodus Narrative between History and Literary Fiction”:

34 – Bernard Batto (DePauw University) – “Mythic Dimensions of the Exodus Tradition”:

35 – Garrett Galvin (Graduate Theological Union) – “Exodus and Exodus Traditions after the Linguistic Turn in History”:

36 – Mordechai Feingold (California Institute of Technology) – “The First Memory of Things”:

37 – Jed Buchwald  (California Institute of Technology) – “How Calculations Invaded the Deep Past”:

38 – John Grattan (University of Wales) – “Times of Darkness”:

39 – Michael Dee (University of Oxford) – “Radiocarbon-Based Chronology for Egypt”:

40 – Mark Harris (University of Edinburgh) – “The Thera Theories: Science and the Modern Reception History of Exodus”:

41 – Steven Ward (University of California) – “Exodus: A Geophysical Perspective”:

42 – Amos Salamon (Geological Survey of Israel) – “Inspired by a Tsunami?”:

43 – Thomas Schneider (University of British Columbia)  – zhrnutie konferencie:

44 – Thomas Levy – záverečné poznámky:

45 – EX3 Exhibition Guided Tour:

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Entry filed under: ■ Dever, William, ■ Finkelstein, Israel, ■ Redford, Donald, ■ Rendsburg, Gary, Biblistika, História / Archeológia / Geografia.

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