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Bishop Gregory

Enoch Seminar

June 2009, Неаполь


Sunday June 14, 2009 (First day)

Arrival at Cappella Cangiani

5pm – Meeting of participants

5:30 Welcome and Introduction [chairs: Andrei Orlov, Gabriele Boccaccini,
and Marcello Del Verme]
6pm -- "The Fifth Enoch Seminar in Naples: Mediatorial Figures in Second
Temple Judaism. Introductory Remarks" [Gabriele Boccaccini]

7pm – Dinner

Monday June 15, 2009 (Second Day)

8:30-9:45: Discussion groups:
(a) Provenance, transmission history, integrity, interpolations -
Christfried Boettrich [resp. L. Navtanovich]
(b) Manuscripts, recensions, original language - Grant Macaskill [resp. A.
(c) Date - Andrei Orlov [resp. David Suter]

10:00-11:15 – Plenary session [chair: James H. Charlesworth]
Opening remarks: Boettrich / Macaskill / Orlov [10m each]
General discussion

11:30-12:45: Discussion groups:
(a) 2 Enoch and Early Enochic Literature – Dan Harlow [resp. Kelley
(b) 2 Enoch and the Parables of Enoch - Loren Stuckenbuck [resp. Sabino
(c) 2 Enoch and 3 Enoch - Philip Alexander [resp. Daniel Boyarin ]

1pm – Lunch

3:30-4:45: Plenary session [chair: Matthias Henze]
Introductory remarks: Harlow / Stuckenbruck / Alexander [10m
General discussion

5:00-6:15: Discussion groups:
(a) Sapiential, Apocalyptic, and "Enochic" Elements in 2 Enoch - Gabriele
Boccaccini [resp. Albert Baumgartner]
(b) Calendrical Elements in 2 Enoch - Basil Lourie [resp. S. Fraade]
(c) Halakhic Elements in 2 Enoch - Larry Schiffman

6:30-7:45 – Plenary session [chair: Rachel Elior]
Opening remarks: Boccaccini / Lourie / Schiffman [10m each]
General discussion

8pm Dinner

Tuesday June 16, 2009 (Third Day)

8:30-9:45: Discussion groups:
10. Adamic Traditions in Early Judaism (Qumran , 1 Enoch, Sirach, Philo,
Jubilees, Josephus, 4 Ezra, 2 Baruch) - Jack Levison [resp. Lester Grabbe]
11. Adamic Traditions in Early Judaism and Christianity (Books of Adam and
Eve) - Johannes Tromp [resp. G. Gelardini]
12. Adamic Traditions in Early Christian and Rabbinic Literature (from NT
to the Cave of Treasures) - Alexander Toepel [resp. Michael Stone]

10:00-11:15 – Plenary session [chair: Robert Kraft]
Opening remarks: Levison / Tromp / Toepel [10m each]
General discussion

11:30-12:45: Discussion groups (short papers)

1pm – Lunch

[Afternoon: Guided Tour of Herculaneum and Mount Vesuvio]

Wednesday June 17, 2009 (Fourth Day)

8:30-9:45 - Plenary session [chairs: Gabriele Boccaccini, Hanan Eshel, and
Loren Stuckenbruck]
The Enoch Seminar Website and the Future of the Enoch Seminar

10:00-11:15: Discussion Groups
(a) Melchisedek at Qumran and Early Judaism - Eric Mason [resp. Devorah
(b) Melchisedek in Hebrews and the New Testament - Harold Attridge [resp.
Hanan Eshel]
(c) Melchisedek in early Christian literature - Pierluigi Piovanelli [resp.
April DeConick]
11:30-12:45 – Plenary session [chair: Claudio Gianotto]
Introductory remarks: Mason / Attridge / Piovanelli [10m each]
General Discussion

1pm – Lunch

3:30-4:45 -- Discussion Groups:
(a) Adam and Enoch - John Reeves [resp. Gene Davenport ]
(b) Enoch and Melchisedek - Charles Gieschen [resp. P. van der Horst ]
(c) Adam, Enoch, Melchisedek – Daphna Arbel [resp. James Davila ]

5:00-6:15 – Plenary session [Chair: Esther Eshel]
Introductory Remarks: Reeves / Gieschen / Arbel [10m each]
General discussion

6:30-7:45 – Plenary session: Where does 2 Enoch Belong? [chair: Hanal
General discussion

Thursday June 18, 2009 (Fifth Day)

Morning Session with the University of Naples “Federico II”

1pm – Lunch

End of the Conference

Optional visit of Puteoli and Campi Flegrei

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