Posted on Wednesday 28th May 2014
Theodora Panella will be presenting a poster on her PhD research at the University of Birmingham's Research Poster Conference 2014 taking place on Tuesday 10th June.
Theodora's poster is titled 'Paul unchained": The case of the Pauline catena manuscripts'. She is working on a PhD thesis on Pauline catena with Dr H A G Houghton as part of the ERC-funded COMPAUL Project which is investigating the earliest surviving commentaries on the Pauline Epistles. Her poster draws on the very successful paper which she presented on the same topic at the European Association of Biblical Studies's 6th Graduate Symposium held in Thessaloniki this April.
The Research Poster Conference is held in the Aston Webb Building and will be open to the public from 14:00-15:30 (advance registration, free). It has been held annually since 2007 and offers an opportunity for the university's most exciting new graduate researchers to present their work directly to a wide audience from the university and local community.