Biblioblogueiros afiliados como grupo à SBL

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Bibliobloggers an SBL Partner
I’m very pleased to announce, after discussions with Jim West that the Society of Biblical Literature and Bibliobloggers have become affiliated. We look forward to partnering at our North American and international meetings every year. This partnership will make possible the fostering of biblical scholarship and communication among members of both groups. The affiliation will enable Bibliobloggers to meet and hold sessions in conjunction with the SBL meetings. Individual bibliobloggers who are members of the Society of Biblical Literature and who wish to identify themselves as affiliates of SBL may post the affiliation on their blog. I want to thank Jim and his colleagues for their efforts. This is a partnership long overdue, and it’s great to see it come to fruition.
Kent Harold Richards – Executive Director

O Comitê encarregado de dirigir o Biblioblog Program Unit ficou assim constituído:
April DeConick
Mark Goodacre
Stephanie Fisher
Robert Cargill
Christian Brady

São duas as condições básicas para participar: ter um biblioblog e ser afiliado à SBL. Assim, nos Congressos da SBL haverá um espaço próprio para os biblioblogueiros se reunirem e discutirem temas próprios de sua área, dentro de um programa previamente elaborado e assumido pela instituição.

O anúncio desta afiliação gerou bastante controvérsia… veja abaixo, em “Leia Mais”. Como “sapo de fora”, não dou palpite, não sendo afiliado à SBL. Vamos ver os resultados.

Mas pergunto: na SBL os biblioblogueiros discutirão os conteúdos bíblicos tratados nos biblioblogs – já, eventualmente, presentes nas outras seções da SBL – ou o meio utilizado pelos biblioblogs (o “gênero” biblioblog) e os temas específicos da biblioblogosfera? Talvez aí esteja o “x” da questão e a razão maior da controvérsia.

Leia Mais:
SBL sessions designed by and for bibliobloggers? – John Hobbins: September 05, 2009
SBL, Biblioblogging and You – Christian M. M. Brady: September 07, 2009
More on the SBL / Biblioblogging Affiliation – Mark Goodacre: September 09, 2009
Dissent is Small-Minded Childish Whining and Sniveling – Douglas Mangum: September 12, 2009
Biblia Hebraica – SBL Affiliated – Douglas Mangum: September 12, 2009
On sbl affiliation with bibliobloggers – Robert Cargill: September 12, 2009
On the SBL and “Bibliobloggers” – Matthew Burgess: September 12, 2009
SBL Affiliation Posts Consolidated – Daniel O. McClellan: September 12, 2009
Yet More on the SBL / Biblioblogging Affiliation – Mark Goodacre: September 12, 2009

Resenhas na RBL: 09.09.2009

As seguintes resenhas foram recentemente publicadas pela Review of Biblical Literature:

Octavian D. Baban
On the Road Encounters in Luke-Acts: Hellenistic Mimesis and Luke’s Theology of the Way
Reviewed by Ron Clark

Randall C. Bailey, Tat-siong Benny Liew, and Fernando F. Segovia, eds.
They Were All Together in One Place? Toward Minority Biblical Criticism
Reviewed by Gerald West

Richard Bauckham
The Jewish World around the New Testament: Collected Essays 1
Reviewed by Christoph Stenschke

Augustine Casiday and Frederick W. Norris
The Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume 2: Constantine to c. 600
Reviewed by Paul Dilley

Gregory Lee Cuéllar
Voices of Marginality: Exile and Return in Second Isaiah 40-55 and the Mexican Immigrant Experience
Reviewed by Timothy Sandoval

Lawrence DiPaolo Jr.
Hymn Fragments Embedded in the New Testament: Hellenistic Jewish and Greco-Roman Parallels
Reviewed by Daniel Darko

Daniel Durken, ed.
The New Collegeville Bible Commentary: New Testament
Reviewed by Peter Judge

Beverly Roberts Gaventa and Richard B. Hays, eds.
Seeking the Identity of Jesus: A Pilgrimage
Reviewed by Mark Elliott

Axel Graupner and Michael Wolter, eds.
Moses in Biblical and Extra-biblical Traditions
Reviewed by Hallvard Hagelia

Heidi J. Hornik and Mikeal C. Parsons
Illuminating Luke, Volume 3: The Passion and Resurrection Narratives in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Painting
Reviewed by Thomas E. Phillips

Andrew T. Lincoln and Angus Paddison, eds.
Christology and Scripture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Reviewed by Douglas Campbell

Mark McEntire
Struggling with God: An Introduction to the Pentateuch
Reviewed by Lissa Wray Beal

Marvin Meyer
Judas: The Definitive Collection of Gospels and Legends about the Infamous Apostle of Jesus
Reviewed by Philip Tite

Anita Norich and Yaron Z. Eliav, eds.
Jewish Literatures and Cultures: Context and Intercontext
Reviewed by Joshua Schwartz

James M. Robinson
Jesus: According to the Earliest Witness
Reviewed by Petri Luomanen

Dan R. Stiver
Life Together in the Way of Jesus Christ: An Introduction to Christian Theology
Reviewed by Yolanda Dreyer

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