LSTC

Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago

 

LSTC at AAR/SBL

LSTC is well represented at the 2013 meetings of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature.  Here is a list of faculty, students, and alumni who are serving in leadership roles at these two important annual conferences:

  • Klaus-Peter Adam

---Presiding: SBL Section on Deuteronomistic History; Theme: First Samuel 12 and Its Place in the Deuteronomistic History

---Presenting Gillulim: “Rollers” in Ezekiel at the SBL Section on Theological Perspectives on the Book of Ezekiel

---Presenting (with Richard E. DeMaris, Valparaiso University) Entries on the Hebrew Bible in the RPP and Entries on the Christian Bible and the New Testament at the SBL Section on Religion in Past and Present

  • Elonda Clay (Ph.D. student)

---Presiding at Graduate Student Committee Meeting, Friday, November 22

---Co-presiding at the Graduate Student Committee and SBL Student Advisory Board and the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion; Theme: New Paradigms in Evolving Learning Contexts: Navigating Changes in Teaching Religion and Theology    

--- Presiding at the Graduate Student Committee; Theme: Cultivating Leadership for the New Academy and Civic Engagement: Interrogating Leadership Skills, Styles, and Contexts

---Presenting to the AAR Academic Relations Committee on Graduate Students as Contingent Faculty

--- Presiding at the AAR Graduate Student Business Meeting and New Member
Welcome

  • Timothy Hiller (Auxiliary Faculty)

--- Presenting Theologia Crucis and the Spiritual Practices of Reading in Luther in the AAR Section on Christian Systematic Theology; Theme: Practices of the Body of Christ.

  • Ralph Klein

---Presenting Kingship: Right or Wrong?  First Samuel 12 in Deuteronomistic Perspective at the SBL Section on Deuteronomistic History; Theme: First Samuel 12 and Its Place in the Deuteronomistic History

---Presenting Two Passover Meals in Chronicles at the SBL Section on Meals in the HB/OT and Its World

--- Presiding at the SBL Section on Chronicles-Ezra-Nehemiah; Theme: Chronicles, Ezra-Nehemiah, and Utopia.

  • May May Latt (Ph.D., 2012)

---Presenting Does Not Sarah Also Bear the Promise?:  Sarah and Zion in Isaiah 51:1-3 at the SBL Section on Feminist Hermeneutics of the Bible

  • Monica Melanchthon (Ph.D., 1995) 

---Participating in a panel on Preaching on the Environment in the SBL Section on Homiletics and Biblical Studies

---Presiding at the SBL Asian Asian-American Hermeneutics Seminar and she is

---Participating in a panel on 1 Kings 21 in SBL Seminar on Minoritized Criticism and Biblical Interpretation

  • LSTC PhD Benjamin Ntreh (Ph.D., 1990)

---Presenting In Search of the African in African Biblical Hermeneutics in the SBL Section on African Biblical Hermeneutics

  • Ahida Pilarski (Ph.D, 2008)

---Participating in a panel on Migration in the SBL Section on Latino/a and Latin American Biblical Interpretation

---Participating in a panel on Writing a Feminist Commentary in the SBL Section on Women in the Biblical World  

  • Jonathan Pimentel Chacon (Ph.D. student)

---Presenting Le Spirale: Frankétienne and the Echoes of the Santo Domingo
Revolution at the AAR Section on Afro-American Religious History Group and Latina/o
Critical and Comparative Studies Group; Theme: African Diasporic Spirits in the Americas

  • Barbara Rossing

---Responder for presentations at the AAR Section on Martin Luther and Global Lutheran Traditions Group; Theme: Luther, Apocalyptic, and the Eschaton

---Participating in a panel on Preaching on the Environment in the SBL Section on Homiletics and Biblical Studies

---Presiding at a book review of Enticed by Eden: How Western Culture Uses, Confuses and Sometimes Abuses Adam and Eve by Valarie Ziegler and Linda Schearing at SBL Section on Bible and Popular Culture

---Presenting at a special session: "Do We Need New Scripture for the 21st Century?: The Case of A New New Testament by Hal Taussig et al

  • Robert Saler (Ph.D., 2011)

--- Presenting Church History, Theology, and Philosophy in the RPP at the SBL Section on Religion in Past and Present

  • Lea Schweitz

---Presiding at the AAR Science, Technology, and Religion Group; Theme: Religion, Science, Democracy

  • Vítor Westhelle

--- Presenting “Luther and the Apocalytpic at the AAR Section on Martin Luther and Global Lutheran Traditions Group; Theme: Luther, Apocalyptic, and the Eschaton

 

 

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