Three events during the lifetime of the project will bring together a range of scholars to address the questions at the heart of the research. The workshops are small events for invited participants only, but the international conference is an open event at which wide participation is invited.

15-16 March 2016: Workshop on ideologies of race and their impact on NT Interpretation

Presenters: Love Sechrest, Kathy Ehrensperger, Halvor Moxnes, James Crossley.

19-20 April 2016: Workshop on ethnicity, race and religion in ancient constructions of identity

Presenters: Denise Kimber Buell, John Barclay, Judith Lieu, Tim Whitmarsh.

8th August 2016: ‘The Bible in the Bush: Translating and Reading the Bible in Africa’.

This will be a more informal conversation with Musa Dube - 7.30pm at Exeter Cathedral’s Chapter House.  Poster with more information.

9-11 August 2016: International Conference - Ethnicity/Race/Religion: Identities, Ideologies, and Intersections in Biblical Texts and Interpretation

Main speakers: Musa Dube, Malou Ibita, Gregory Cuéllar. There will also be a call for papers.

Please see the conference webpage for more information. 

Image: King James Bible from 1634

Credit: Photograph by David Horrell, courtesy of Exeter Cathedral Library