“Lege Iosephum!” Reading Josephus in the Latin Middle Ages

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Seeking Sefer Yosippon

The Lege Josephum! SNF Project, together with the Institute für Judaistik, hosted an international workshop on the Hebrew text of Sefer Yosippon and its Latin sources (11-12th May, 2022, Mittelstrasse 43, Room 220)

Workshop

From Josephus to Josippon and Beyond

Carson Bay, in collaboration with Jan Willem van Henten (University of Amsterdam) and Michael Avioz (Bar Ilan University), organized this conference on the development of the Josephan tradition from the Latin Josephus into the Hebrew Yosippon and its reception.

The conference, on Aug. 23-26 2021, featured talks from two dozen international experts, including two team-taught masterclasses, one facilitated by the Lege Josephum research team.

Conference

Glossing Josephus in the Latin Middle Ages: Comparative Perspective

In January the Josephus Latinus Project held its first workshop (slightly delayed by the surprises of 2020), featuring six talks on how medieval scholars read and annotated a range of authoritative texts, with particular focus on the role of the digital humanities in conducting and presenting research on glossing practices.

Workshop

Autumn 2020: Lecture Series at the Berner Mittelalter Zentrum

The Lege Josephum Team organized a lecture series in autumn 2020 on how medieval Jewish and Christian communities perceived themselves and each other, with the title Fremdbilder – Selbstbilder: Juden und Christen im Mittelalter. It featured 12 lectures from international scholars across a range of disciplines, in both English and German. 

2020/09/24 Lecture Series

Conference

Prof. René Bloch (Bern): "Le buste de Flavius Josèphe à Copenhague : l’histoire d’une erreur" (15.01.2020, Amphithéâtre Molinié, Maison de la recherche, 28 rue Serpente, Paris 6e). Further details at: http://www.orient-mediterranee.com/spip.php?article4304&lang=fr

Conference

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“Jewish-Christian” Scholarship in Long-Twelfth-Century France?

18th-19th August 2022
Bern, Mittelstrasse 43 Room 124

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Lecture

Prof. René Bloch (Bern): "Le buste de Flavius Josèphe à Copenhague : l’histoire d’une erreur" (15.01.2020, Amphithéâtre Molinié, Maison de la recherche, 28 rue Serpente, Paris 6e). Further details at: http://www.orient-mediterranee.com/spip.php?article4304&lang=fr

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