2017 – Open Session II

Open Session II
Tuesday, November 21, 9:00-11:30 a.m.

Copies of some of the papers are now available.

Presider: Shalom Holtz, Yeshiva University

Yael Landman, Gorgias Press and Brooklyn College
The Many Bailments of David: A Case Study in Law and Literature

Klaus-Peter Adam, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
The Attitude of ‘hate’ as a Legal Category in Deuteronomy, Psalms and Proverbs

Hannah K. Harrington, Patten University
Sexual Relations and the Transition from Holy People to Human Sanctuary in Second Temple Times

Daniel Vos, Boston College
Property Conveyance and the Inheritance of Wisdom in the Dead Sea Scrolls

Jean Maurais, McGill University
The Settlement of Disputes and the Punishment of the Guilty in the Hellenistic Period: An Examination of the Evidence from Greek Deuteronomy