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'Gregory‘s Commentary on the Song of Songs' and 'Song of Songs in its Ancient Context’

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Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 2:45pm
Radcliffe Humanities
Colin Matthew Room

Johannes Zachhuber (Trinity): ‘From first fruits to the whole lump - Fall and redemption of human nature in Gregory‘s Commentary on the Song of Songs’

Jacques van Ruiten (Groningen): ‘Love in Ancient Israel - Song of Songs in its Ancient Context’

The Medieval and Early Modern Mysticism research network brings together expertise that is scattered throughout several faculties within the University of Oxford and beyond. Its aim is to gain a broad overview and increase the understanding of individual disciplines, their perspectives, terminology and approaches. The theme of this term will be ‘Song of Songs’.

We will meet from 2:45pm for coffee/tea and papers will start at 3pm.

Contact name: 
Johannes Depnering
Audience: 
Open to all