A schedule of upcoming lectures, speaking engagements, and events. Plus other news.
To schedule a speaking engagement, guest lecture in a course, other event, or consultancy, please email me at cschroeder [at] pacific [dot] edu.
Weltin Lecture in Early Christianity
Washington University, Saint Louis
St. Mark Foundation Symposium on Coptic Studies
"Archaeology, Critical Editions, and Scholarship in a Digital Age:
What Silicon Valley is Doing to/for Biblical Scholarship”
Catholic Biblical Association International Meeting
Santa Clara University
August 6, 2016
Elected a Member-at-large to the board of the International Association of Coptic Studies
1. "Coptic SCRIPTORIUM: A Digital Platform for Research in Coptic Language and Literature"
2. Chair, Coptic Digital Humanities Session
3. Workshop on using Coptic SCRIPTORIUM for research
Congress for the International Association of Coptic Studies
July 25-30, 2016
"The Dark Side of Digitization: Ideology and Power in the Technological Utopianism of the “Archive”"
North American Patristics Society Annual Meeting
May 26-28, 2015
"Monks and their Children"
The Ohio State University, History Department
January 15, 2016
Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting: Roundtable
“A Wild Patience Has Taken Me this Far”: Future Avenues of Feminist Scholarship
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Gender and Authenticity in the Debates about Gospel of Jesus's Wife Fragment
York Christian Apocrypha Symposium, York University, Toronto
"Preserving Coptic Cultural Heritage for the Digital Future"
St. Shenouda Society-UCLA Annual Coptic Conference
July 17-18, 2015
New NEH grant for KELLIA: international German-American collaboration in Coptic Studies
March 12-13: Digital Coptic 2 Workshop and Symposium
March 7: Children in the Roman Empire: A Dickinson Latin Workshop
Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
February 8-12: "Dead Heretics amongst the Living Saints:
The Discovery of the Papyri from Turah at Dayr al-Qusayr (Dayr Arsaniyus) and Its Legacy"
Dayr Mari Mina Symposium, Egypt
Coptic SCRIPTORIUM announces a CFP for Digital Coptic 2: a symposium and workshop in March, 2015.
November 22: "Tag, You're It: Creating a Richly Annotated Coptic Digital Library"
Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, 9 am session, 311 B in the Hilton Bayfront
Directions in the Study of Religion Interview & Podcast
Marginalia: A Los Angeles Review of Books Channel
September 30: “DH Technologies for the Study of Coptic Language and Literature”
Brown University Library, Digital Lab
September 29-October 3, Brown University
Visiting Scholar, Department of Religious Studies
National Endowment for the Humanities: Lightning Round Presentations of Digital Humanities Awardees Media
“An Early Monastic Rule Fragment from the Monastery of Shenoute,” Le Muséon 127 (2014): 19-39 Publication
July 18-19: “Shenoute in Code: Building a Collaborative Online Environment for Studying Coptic Literature” 16th UCLA-St. Shenouda Society Conference for Coptic Studies
“Digitizing the Dead and Dismembered: DH Technologies for the Study of Coptic Texts” co-authored with Amir Zeldes (Humboldt University, Berlin)
DH2014, Lausanne, Switzerland
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