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Conference: Convergence and Divergence: Responses to Involuntary Migration in Jeremiah and Ezekiel

The University of Nottingham
Centre for the Bible, Ethics and Theology

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Convergence and Divergence:
Responses to Involuntary Migration in Jeremiah and Ezekiel

Saturday 25 June 2016
10.00-18.00
The Diamond, Sheffield

Co-hosted with the Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies
www.nottingham.ac.uk/cbet

Speakers:

  • Mark Leuchter (Temple University): ‘A Resident Alien in Transit: Exile, Adaptation and Geomythology in the Jeremiah Narratives’
  • Casey Strine (University of Sheffield): ‘Is Exile Enough?’
  • Carly Crouch (University of Nottingham): ‘A Rose by Any Other Name? Israel, Judah, and the Nomenclature of Identities in Crisis’
  • Paul Joyce (King’s College, London): ‘Is Diaspora a Eurocentric Paradigm? Assessing the Role of Jeremiah and Ezekiel in Robin Cohen’s Global Diasporas’
  • David Reimer (University of Edinburgh): ‘There—But Not Back Again: Forced Migration and the End of Jeremiah’
  • Madhavi Nevader (St Andrew’s University): ‘It’s Difficult to Be King when the Gods are Changing: Royal Reckoning in Jeremiah and Ezekiel’

Book your place online

The Diamond
32 Leavygreave Road
Sheffield
S3 7RD

Cost

Full delegate rate – £20
Student delegate rate – £14
Lunch is included in the conference fee

For enquiries please contact carly.crouch@nottingham.ac.uk

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