University of Lethbridge: Research in Religious Studies Conference
The tentative schedule for the Research in Religious Studies Conference held at the University of Lethbridge April 30-May 1, 2011 has been released.
I am involved in both Hebrew Bible sections:
Session 2B Hebrew Bible I AH 118 Scott Bailey, Trinity Western University (Langley BC) presiding
10:45-11:15 What Biblical Parallels Can Tell Us About Theological Development, Jarrod Marks, Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA).
11:15-11:45 Negev Fortresses: Evidentiary Support for the Existence of the United Monarchy, Jeff Werner, University of Lethbridge
11:45-12:15 Daughter Zion in the City of Chaos: Unpacking the Symbolic Geography of Isaiah 24-27, David Cairns, University of Alberta (Edmonton)
Session 3B Hebrew Bible 2 AH 118 presiding: TBA
1:00-1:30 The Holy Seed Has Mixed Itself: The Judgement of God Concerning Exogamous Marriages in Genesis, Ezra, and Nehemiah, Scott Bailey, Trinity Western University (Langley, BC)
1:30-2:00 A God in Our Image: Identity in Genesis 1, Lauren Chomyn
Should be ‘interesting’, however, there is a small problem… maybe I’ll just reproduce the note I sent to Dr. Linville,
In session 3B, Hebrew Bible 2, there is a problem with the title for my presentation. Disregard what the title says above, I am actually going to do “Gen 6:1-4: The interpretive Dance.”
I’ll need a CD player, a strobe light, and some backup dancers. Should be pretty awesome! (BTW, is full frontal nudity OK in an academic setting?)
Maybe I’ll see if I can get someone to capture the performance on video!