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The Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages: Where are we now?

February 18, 2017
St Hilda's College, Oxford University

St Hilda's College
Oxford OX4 1DY
United Kingdom

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A one day colloquium on medieval biblical commentary and the legacy of Beryl Smalley, in association with Oxford Medieval Studies and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities.

This interdisciplinary colloquium is intended to explore the legacy of Beryl Smalley and the continuing relevance of her work for medievalists, as well as showcasing new research on medieval theology.

Conference organisers hope the event will stimulate a discussion about the purpose and continuing value of studying medieval biblical commentaries and exegesis, and how researchers in this field can overcome the perception of biblical commentary as an esoteric and obscure area of study, and connect their work to broader in discussions history, theology, politics and law.

Registration open: until 1st Feb 2017

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February 1, 2017, 9:00am BST

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