Members of ITSEE will present six papers at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, this week.

Dora Panella will present a paper entitled Catenae. Were they an attempt to simplify things? in the Development of Early Christian Theology session (S19-313) on Saturday 19 November at 4pm.

Troy Griffitts will speak on An Online Collaborative Research Environment for Project Synergy in the Global Education and Research Technology session (S19-321) on Saturday 19 November at 6pm.

Grant Edwards will introduce A New Collation of 2 Thessalonians: A Possible Starting Point for an ECM Volume in the Novum Testamentum Graecum: Editio Critica Maior session (S20-218b) on Sunday 20 November at 1pm.

Alan Taylor Farnes will discuss Abschrift Manuscripts and their Scribal Habits in the New Testament Textual Criticism session (S20-341) on Sunday 20 November at 4pm.

Dr Hugh Houghton will describe The Rediscovery of the Earliest Latin Commentary on the Gospels and its Significance in the History of Interpretation session (S21-325) on Monday 21 November at 4pm.

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schmid, an Honorary Fellow of ITSEE, will consider Text History meets Book History - data driven manuscript study in the digital era in the Book History and Biblical Literatures session (S22-113) on Tuesday 22 November at 9am.

All these and other Birmingham students and staff will also be present at the University of Birmingham Breakfast on Sunday morning (7.30-9am, Milam room, Marriott Riverwalk), where those interested in pursuing doctoral study at Birmingham on on its Distance Learning programme are invited to come and learn more. Please contact Dr Houghton if you would like to attend.