Winter Quarter 2022 Schedule

We are pleased to announce the schedule for Winter Quarter 2022. Unless otherwise indicated, the in-person location for this quarter’s hybrid events is Swift 208. The times of events posted here are U.S. Central Time. In-person attendance is invited at hybrid format events. Virtual format events will not have an in-person component. For details, Zoom links to the meeting, or accommodations, or to be added to the workshop mailing list, please contact Tyler Harris (tylerjharris@uchicago.edu) or Jaeseok Heo (jaeseokheo@uchicago.edu).

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Monday, January 24, 5:30pm

Virtual Format

“The Allegorical Prism: Reading Strange Talmudic Stories from Medieval to Early Modern Ashkenaz”

by James Adam Redfield

(Assistant Professor of Biblical and Talmudic Literatures, Saint Louis University)

Visiting Assistant Professor in the Divinity School

University of Chicago

(cosponsored with the Jewish Studies Workshop)

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Tuesday, February 22, 5:15pm

Virtual Format

“Pain of Longing in the Egyptian Love Poems”

by Sunwoo Lee

PhD Candidate, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

University of Chicago

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Tuesday, March 1, 5:15pm

Hybrid Format

“From Intertextuality to Counter-history: Solomon’s Accession in Chronicles”

by Doren Snoek

PhD Candidate, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

University of Chicago

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Tuesday, March 8, 5:15pm

In-Person Format

Social Hour (at The Nile of Hyde Park)

by HB/EJR Workshop Coordinators and Faculty Sponsors

University of Chicago

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