Wednesday, November 18, 2009

A few items...

  • A call for papers for Annali della Classe di Lettere e Filosofia, on the theme of "Censorship, Rewriting, Restoration". Submissions are due 15 February, 2010.
  • A call for papers for a graduate colloquium at the Ohio State University, which may be of interest to patristics people... Post Scriptum? Questioning the Status of Greek and Latin Literature in Late Antiquity. Abstract submissions due 4th December.
  • The Centre of Theology and Philosophy has a new website thanks to the work of Eric Lee. Update your RSS feeds accordingly.
  • A piece on the sharing of research articles in situations where journal subscriptions are unavailable. This isn't the sciences, and most readers here aren't from India, but the concept surely applies to pastors or others who don't have a research library at their disposal... "No Journal Access? Email the Author, Colleague". And I'd add for authors who can do so without breaking their contract with the publisher... post your published work on a personal website.
  • Applications are currently being taken for the 2010 Brill fellowship at the Scaliger Institute. Submissions are due 31st January, 2010.
  • I was looking at the journal Pacifica the other day, which I haven't read for a little while. I don't see it cited all that much in the U.S., but it's worth taking a look at. Neil Ormerod has published in there a good bit, and he will have work useful for those researching trinitarian doctrine, ecclesiology, or theological method (an Ormerod article is actually what led me to the journal). Their website is well-kept, and they offer free access to one of the articles in each issue.

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