نسخه آزمایشی

کنفرانس مطالب چالش بر انگیز و قدسی در عهد عتیق، عهد جدید و قرآن

انجمن آمریکایی مطالعات تطبیقی متون با همکاری دانشگاه اوتریخت هلند در جولای سال آینده کنفرانس "مطالب چالش بر انگیز و قدسی در عهد عتیق، عهد جدید و قرآن" را برگزار می کند.

CALL FOR PAPERS: American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA), Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 6-9, 2017

Abrahamic sacred texts continue to inspire a diversity of scholarship that seeks to transform the ancient into the contemporary, the remote into the immediate, and the distant into the visceral experience. This seminar of 3 panels takes that process into the examination of troubling topics, often overlooked, yet found in the Tanakh, New Testament, and Qur’an. Building from foundational texts, other sacred works such as Talmud, Apocrypha, Patristics, and Hadith as well as philosophy and contemporary scholarship can be brought into play. Views from global perspectives are enthusiastically invited so as to better contribute to diversity and freshness of the dialogue. Some presenters may focus on one sacred text and the ancillary works; others may contextualize all three sacred texts. Although the goal is to present a spectrum of insights, the strategy is text-based and ruminations spring from textual pericope. Suggested troubling topics include but are not limited to the following: racism, domestic violence, purity/impurity, polemics, figural readings, suicide, sexuality, unbeliever, LGBTQ, misogyny, trickster, humor, fallible prophet, good vs./and evil, self-denial, spying, deception, change. This panel continues an exploratory tradition begun with Sacred Tropes: Tanakh, New Testament, and Qur’an as Literature and Culture (Brill 2009). Submit a 250 word proposal via the ACLA website between 9/1-23/16. Contact Roberta Sabbath for questions, comments, and your proposal ideas. roberta.sabbath@unlv.edu

TIMELINE:
Early July 2016 seminar
cfp's post on the ACLA website, www.acla.org
September 1-23, 2016, each panelist submits a paper proposal through the ACLA website dedicated to the Sacred Troubling Topics Seminar.
September 24-30, seminar chairs submit to ACLA paper proposals for the 3 seminars.
Early November, ACLA notifies seminar and panelists regarding acceptance.