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The Seneca-Paul correspondence: New Findings for a Reassessment

Location
Virginia Woolf Building
When
21/05/2014 (17:00-18:30)
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The Seneca-Paul correspondence

Dept. of Theology and Religious Studies
Biblical Studies and Patristics Joint Special Seminar
Room 3.01, Virginia Woolf Building


Prof. Ilaria Ramelli,
The Seneca-Paul correspondence: New Findings for a Reassessment


Prof. Ramelli has been Professor of History of the Roman Near East, and Assistant of History of Ancient Philosophy since 2003 at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan. She is internationally recognised as one of the foremost scholars of classic and early Christian literature and thought.

All welcome.

The lecture will be immediately followed by the book launch of The Body in Biblical, Christian and Jewish Texts, the proceedings of a joint TRS Biblical Studies and Jewish Studies day.  The launch takes place in the kitchen and lounge area of the 3rd Floor, Virginia Woolf Building.

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