Friday, 29 October 2010

AAR Annual Meeting, 2010

Thousands of theologians, religionists and other people of doubtful character are now descending on Atlanta, Georgia for the 2010 AAR meeting. I arrived a few hours ago – the first time I've ever been way down south in Dixie. I'll be involved in three sessions:

As always there's a terrifying number of papers and panels. Here are some that stood out when I browsed through the program – if you know of any other interesting panels (or if you'd like to mention your own panel), feel free to comment.

3 Comments:

Brad said...

Glad to have you on east coast time, Ben. Question: that working group Friday afternoon -- is it a closed door session after it begins, or can people come late? I'll be at Emory to hear Paul Nimmo from 11:00 to noon before heading downtown, so I won't be there for the start time.

Student said...

Wait! Don't leave!! I'll be at the same place in 3 weeks for the SBL conference. If you stay I'll spring for dinner. Is there any way you can leave a signed copy of your book or paper. Well I'm tickled you're there, and not a little inspired. Wear a good Barth button, ha ha. And watch out for those historical Jesus types.

Adam Nigh said...

I'll be reading a paper called "Scripture as the Divine Assumption of Fallen Human Language" at the Revelation, Language and Canon session of the Christian Systematic Theology Section on Monday @ 1:00 pm. Come say hi! http://meeting.aarweb.org/sessions/A1-203

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