The Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University (NYU) is hosting a free, four-day online conference, “The Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship”, May 17-20, 2020.
Register for each day of the conference here.
On August 6, 2017, at the 17th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, the first plenary session celebrated “70 Years of Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls”. The four papers look at various ways in which the Dead Sea Scrolls enhance our knowledge of early Jewish literature.
Chairperson: Esther Chazon
Devorah Dimant: The Dead sea Scrolls and the Jewish Apocryphal Literature
Emmanuel Tov: The Exegesis of the Bible Enriched by the Dead Sea Scrolls
Hindy Najman: Rethinking the Contours of the Biblical Corpus through the Lens of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Michael Segal: On Writing and Rewriting in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls