Invention, rewriting, usurpation: Discursive fights over religious traditions in antiquity

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Invention, rewriting, usurpation: Discursive fights over religious traditions in antiquity

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Date limite : 1er février 2010

 

International conference 31 May - 4 June 2010

How did ancient religious texts and traditions attain status as normative and canonic? Which ideological and rhetorical strategies were used in the struggle for normative status of specific texts and traditions?

The conference will explore these questions under the following five headings:

1. Reuse, Rewriting and Usurpation of Biblical and Classical Texts
2. Invention and Maintenance of Religious Traditions: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives
3. Orthodoxy and Heresy
4. Formation of the Biblical Canon
5. Canons, Classics and Foundation Texts in Antiquity: A Comparative Perspective

 

http://www.relnorm.au.dk/en/may2010conf/presentation

Lieu de la manifestation : Université d'Aarhus (Danemark)
Organisation : Research group on Antiquity and Christianity at the Faculty of Theology / René Falkenberg (coordinateur)
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