2018 NE/EC Regional Meeting

The 2018 meeting will take place on Friday, April 20 at Yale Divinity School.

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New Regional Executive and Student Committee Members

The following people have joined the Regional Executive Committee:

Andrew Davis, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

Rob Kashow, Brown University; Regional Student Coordinator

John Thames, University of Connecticut

 

The following people have joined the Regional Student Committee:

Acacia Chan, Yale Divinity School

Eric Jarrard, Harvard Divinity School

 

For a complete list of members of both committees, please click on “About Us” on the banner above.

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2017 Regional Award Winners

Esther Brownsmith (Brandeis) has won this year’s Best Student Paper award for “The Concubine in the Refrigerator: Consumption and Objectification in Judges 19.”

Jennifer Singletary (Wofford College) has won this year’s Regional Scholar award for “Objects of Trust: Divinized Objects, Qualities, and Attributes in the Judean Archives from Elephantine and Jeremiah 7:4-14 and 48:13.” Jen now advances to competition at the national level. Good luck, Jen!

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NE/EC Regional President for AY 2017-2018

The Regional Executive Committee is pleased to announce that Jennifer Knust (Associate Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at BU School of Theology; Associate Professor of Religion at BU) has been elected NE/EC Regional President.

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Program for the 2017 NE/EC Regional SBL Meeting

The meeting will be held on March 31 at Yale Divinity School.

2017 NE-EC SBL program

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Driving, Parking, and Tour Information for 2017 NE / EC SBL Meeting

The meeting will be held at Yale Divinity School on Friday, March 31.  YDS is located at 409 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT 06511.

Parking will available in the Divinity School surface lot (#409).  Turn right into the Divinity School driveway and the parking lot will be on your left at the end of the steep hill. The main entrance is directly across the street from the parking lot.

Guided tours of the “Dura-Europos: Excavating Antiquity” exhibit will be given at the Yale University Art Gallery  (1111 Chapel Street, New Haven CT 06510) at the following dates and times: Thursday, March 29 at 6 PM; Saturday, April 1 at 11 AM

If you would like to take a tour, RSVP by Friday, March 24 here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-1z-lG1JZ4OnwWr-ISeIf3_8rD0ioiBmJnbhT5yF2xI/edit

 

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Instructions for 2017 NE/EC Regional Award Candidates

For Best Student Paper (BSP) Candidates:

By  March 15, email the final version of your paper to the Regional Coordinator (amelia.devin.freedman@gmail.com).

While BSP Award Committee will consider your written submission only, the length of that submission should not exceed that of a paper you would be able to deliver orally in the time that you’ve been allotted; please refer to your acceptance letter for your allotted time.

The specific criteria for evaluation are as follows:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of scholarly resources and publications related to the paper topic
  • Use and knowledge of the primary sources related to the topic of the paper
  • Clarity of written expression
  • Use of scholarly practices of annotation
  • Originality of ideas and solutions developed in the paper

For Regional Scholar (RS) Candidates:

By March 15, email the final version of your paper, your CV, and all handouts, slides, etc. to the Regional Coordinator.

The RS Award Committee will consider both your written argument and your oral presentation.  For this reason, the written version of the paper that you submit must be the same as the presentation that you will give.

The specific criteria for evaluation can be found here.

More information about the SBL Regional Scholars Program can be found here.

One final note:

The awards will not be given on the day of the conference.  You will be contacted by email once the Award Committees have made their decisions, which are due by June 1.

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