- Newly published article by Elliott Horowitz discusses the "Uses and Abuses of Anti-Judaism."
The Shifting Frontiers conference on Poverty, Philanthropy, and Healthcare has posted their upcoming March conference schedule.
There is a new website called "Women Biblical Scholars" dedicated to highlighting the contributions of women biblical scholars throughout history and today. You can also follow them on twitter @Women_Scholars.
Carrie Schroeder shares details of her upcoming book about Coptic and the digital humanities.
An Egyptian mummy mask made of the oldest gospel of Mark fragment? James Tabor compiles the facts, and Dr. Candida Moss and Dr. Joel Baden question the destruction of an Egyptian artifact in the quest for Christian relics.
The Historical Dictionary of the Hebrew Language is now online for free.
Seventh North American Syriac Symposium will meet June 21-24, 2015 in DC.
This week on AJR PhD Candidate Thomas Whitley explores the little known Christian "heretic" Carpocrates.
We'd like to congratulate Dr. Annette Yoshiko Reed for her new position on the Journal of Biblical Literature editorial board!