CSNTM Forum-Conference Schedule

Conference Start Time & Date: 9am Thursday, 19 May 2022


Wednesday, 18 May 2022

  • 5:00-8:00pm - Hotel Check-in Reception

Thursday, 19 May 2022

  • 9:00-9:20am - Welcome Session (Main Room)
  • 9:20-9:30am - Transition
  • 9:30-10:20am - Prof. H.A.G. Houghton (Main Room) “The Importance of Catena Manuscripts of the Greek New Testament”
  • 10:30-11:05am
    • Pat F. Sanders (Main Room) "Following the Evidence: Modeling Manuscript Domains for Objective Dating"
    • Timothy N. Mitchell (Breakout Room 1) “Exposing Textual Corruption in the Wider Circulation of the New Testament Writings During the Greco-Roman Era”
  • 11:15-11:50am
    • Pastor Peter Montoro / Dr. Robert Turnbull (Main Room) “Two Way Traffic on the Transmissional Highway?: Considering Chrysostom’s Exegesis as an Explanation for the Reading of GA 104 in Romans 2:26”
    • Anna Persig (Breakout Room 1) ‘To render sense for sense and not word for word’: errors and misunderstandings in the Latin Catholic Epistles
    • Christian Askeland (Breakout Room 2) “Digital Images, Ancient Manuscripts, and Intellectual Property”
  • 11:50am-1:20pm - Lunch
  • 1:20-2:10pm - Dr. Dirk Jongkind (Main Room) “On Singular Readings and Knowing When the Time Has Come for Better Tools”
  • 2:20-2:55pm
    • Ryan Kristopher Giffin (Main Room) “Philippians in P46: Interesting Departures from the Standard Critical Text”
    • Dr. Armine Melkonyan (Breakout Room 1) “Biblical themes in an Armenian Homiliary written in 1401 and its Colophon”
  • 3:10-3:45pm
    • Elizabeth Schrader (Main Room) "Apocryphal Literature as a Potential Influence on the New Testament's Text Transmission"
    • Dr. Edgar Ebojo (Breakout Room 1) “‘Now the end is near’: Pen and Phenomena at the Line-ends of P46”
    • W. Andrew Smith, PhD (Breakout Room 2) Data Democratization in Biblical Manuscript Studies: A Caution for the Age of Access
  • 3:55-4:45pm - Dr. Jan Krans (Main Room) “New Testament Conjectural Emendation: Folly or Duty?”
  • 4:45-5:15pm - Free Time

Friday, 20 May 2022

  • 9:00-9:20am - Welcome Session (Main Room)
  • 9:20-9:30am - Transition
  • 9:30-10:20am - Prof. Holger Strutwolf (Main Room) “The ECM of Mark: Philology in the Digital Era”
  • 10:30-11:05am
    • Prof. J.K. Elliott (Main Room) “The Editio Critica Maior of Mark: Translation from German into English”
    • Bill Warren (Breakout Room 1) “From Ink to Exegesis: The Importance of Non-original Variant Readings”
  • 11:15-11:50am
    • Dr. Grant Edwards (Main Room) “Between Codex and Colophon: Ancient Book Format and the Limitations of Paleography”
    • James B. Prothro, PhD (Breakout Room 1) “A Theology of Textual Criticism? Searching for a Framework”
  • 11:50am-1:20pm - Lunch
  • 1:20-2:10pm - Dr. Kathleen Maxwell (Main Room) “From the Coronis to the Blütenblattstil: The Decoration of the Greek Gospel Book”
  • 2:20-2:55pm
    • Dr. Peter Gurry (Main Room) “Textual Criticism in Early Protestant Bibles”
    • Dr. Gregory S. Paulson (Breakout Room 1) “The Pre-History of the Editio Critica Maior”
  • 3:10-4:00pm - Q&A Panel (Main Room) Questions and answers with all five plenary presenters

Saturday, 21 May 2022

  • 9:00am-1:00pm - Optional Excursion 1
  • 9:00am-3:00pm - Optional Excursion 2

Day

Start Time

Duration

End Time

Main Room

Breakout Room 1

Breakout Room 2

Wednesday 5:00 PM 3 8:00 PM Hotel Check-in Reception
Thursday 9:00 AM 20 9:20 AM Welcome Session
Thursday 9:20 AM 10 9:30 AM Transition
Thursday 9:30 AM 50 10:20 AM
“The Importance of Catena Manuscripts of the Greek New Testament”
Thursday 10:20 AM 10 10:30 AM Break
Thursday 10:30 AM 35 11:05 AM
"Following the Evidence: Modeling Manuscript Domains for Objective Dating" “Exposing Textual Corruption in the Wider Circulation of the New Testament Writings During the Greco-Roman Era”
Thursday 11:05 AM 10 11:15 AM Break
Thursday 11:15 AM 35 11:50 AM
“Two Way Traffic on the Transmissional Highway?: Considering Chrysostom’s Exegesis as an Explanation for the Reading of GA 104 in Romans 2:26” ‘To render sense for sense and not word for word’: errors and misunderstandings in the Latin Catholic Epistles “Digital Images, Ancient Manuscripts, and Intellectual Property”
Thursday 11:50 AM 90 1:20 PM Lunch
Thursday 1:20 PM 50 2:10 PM
“On Singular Readings and Knowing When the Time Has Come for Better Tools”
Thursday 2:10 PM 10 2:20 PM Break
Thursday 2:20 PM 35 2:55 PM
“Philippians in P46: Interesting Departures from the Standard Critical Text” “Biblical themes in an Armenian Homiliary written in 1401 and its Colophon”
Thursday 2:55 PM 15 3:10 PM Break
Thursday 3:10 PM 35 3:45 PM
"Apocryphal Literature as a Potential Influence on the New Testament's Text Transmission" “‘Now the end is near’: Pen and Phenomena at the Line-ends of P46” Data Democratization in Biblical Manuscript Studies: A Caution for the Age of Access
Thursday 3:45 PM 10 3:55 PM Break
Thursday 3:55 PM 50 4:45 PM
“New Testament Conjectural Emendation: Folly or Duty?”
Thursday 4:45 PM 30 5:15 PM Free Time
Friday 9:00 AM 20 9:20 AM Welcome Session
Friday 9:20 AM 10 9:30 AM Transition
Friday 9:30 AM 50 10:20 AM
“The ECM of Mark: Philology in the Digital Era”
Friday 10:20 AM 10 10:30 AM Break
Friday 10:30 AM 35 11:05 AM
“The Editio Critica Maior of Mark: Translation from German into English” “From Ink to Exegesis: The Importance of Non-original Variant Readings”
Friday 11:05 AM 10 11:15 AM Break
Friday 11:15 AM 35 11:50 AM
“Between Codex and Colophon: Ancient Book Format and the Limitations of Paleography” “A Theology of Textual Criticism? Searching for a Framework”
Friday 11:50 AM 90 1:20 PM Lunch
Friday 1:20 PM 50 2:10 PM
“From the Coronis to the Blütenblattstil: The Decoration of the Greek Gospel Book”
Friday 2:10 PM 10 2:20 PM Break
Friday 2:20 PM 35 2:55 PM
“Textual Criticism in Early Protestant Bibles” “The Pre-History of the Editio Critica Maior”
Friday 2:55 PM 15 3:10 PM Break
Friday 3:10 PM 50 4:00 PM Q&A Panel
Questions and answers with all five plenary presenters
Saturday 9:00 AM 4 1:00 PM Optional Excursion 1
Saturday 9:00 AM 6 3:00 PM Optional Excursion 2