JOHN, JESUS, AND HISTORY

Engaging the Legacies of C.H. Dodd and Raymond E. Brown
A Pre-SBL Conference at Saint Mary’s Seminary & University, Baltimore November 20-22, 2013 Program as of May 1, 2013 Sponsored by the John, Jesus, and History section of SBL and St. Mary’s Seminary & University

Conference fee: $150 (June 1 to October 15; $170 thereafter) (includes program, lunch and dinner Thursday, coffee breaks, reception)
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20, 2013

Late Afternoon/Evening 4:00-7:30 Check-in/Registration (dinner on your own) 6:45/7:00 Shuttles from Radisson Cross Keys hotel to SMSU 7:00 Book signing with James Dunn and other presenters 7:30 Keynote Address/Public Lecture—James Dunn 9:00 Book signing 9:30 Shuttles to Radisson Cross Keys hotel
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2013

Morning 8:00 8:00 8:30 8:45 9:45 10:00 11:15 Noon 12:15 Afternoon 1:30 2:45 3:45 4:15 5:15

Shuttles from Radisson Cross Keys hotel to SMSU Late check-in/registration Welcome and introduction to the conference Tom Thatcher: The Semiotics of History: C. H. Dodd and Raymond Brown on the Character of the Johannine Tradition Coffee Break Craig Koester: Progress and Paradox: C. H. Dodd and Rudolf Bultmann on the Gospel of John John Ashton: C. H. Dodd and His Near-Contemporaries Lunch break—dining room (lunch provided) Catrin Williams: John and the Rabbis: Assessing the Contributions of C.H. Dodd and R.E. Brown Jonathan Draper: John’s Gospel and the Question of Orality Coffee break Wendy E. S. North: John and the Synoptics: A Test Case and its Implications (John 12:1-8) General discussion/announcements, etc.

Evening 5:30 7:30 7:45

8:45 9:30

Dinner break—dining room (dinner provided) Introduction to Raymond Brown’s legacy and Saint Mary’s Seminary— Fr. Thomas Hurst, President Rector and student of Ray Brown Panel on Raymond Brown in relation to Dodd and questions of historical tradition: Paul Anderson (Presiding), Jaime Clark-Soles, John Donahue, Michael Gorman, Craig Koester; Reception Shuttles to Radisson Cross Keys hotel

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22, 2013

Morning 8:00 8:30 8:45 10:00-11:00 11:00 11:30 11:45

Shuttles from Radisson Cross Keys hotel to SMSU Announcements, etc. Jan van der Watt: Dodd and Johannine Symbolism Alan Culpepper: Dodd as Narrative Critic General discussion Final remarks from organizers/SMSU Depart for Radisson Cross Keys and/or the SBL hotels by shuttles and/or cabs

CONFERENCE ARRANGEMENTS Conference registration Registration for the conference itself will be done electronically beginning June 1. A conference registration link will be located on St. Mary’s web site at the home page of its Ecumenical Institute of Theology, which is sponsoring the James Dunn lecture. Go to www.stmarys.edu/ei. Accommodation options 1. Limited availability (15): hotel-type rooms on campus in the Center for Continuing Formation—$100/night single, includes breakfast; first come, first served. Call Gloria Jones at 410-864-4102. 2. Radisson Cross Keys Hotel (5 minutes from campus; transportation provided to and from conference)—$129/night plus 15.5% tax; availability at this price may be limited. Ask for the “St. Mary’s Seminary Conference” block rate. Call 800-333-3333 or visit http://www.radisson.com/baltimore-hotel-md-21210/mdbaltim?s_cid=se.ggl.rad_cmp15. Use the password (PAC code) SBLMAR to get the block rate. 3. SBL hotels (downtown/inner harbor; 15-20 minutes from campus; transportation not provided)—costs vary. Contacts for further information Craig Koester: ckoester@luthersem.edu (program) Michael Gorman: mgorman@stmarys.edu (accommodations, etc.)

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