Event announcement: Apocalyptic as a Literary Phenomenon in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, 13-14 September, online via Zoom

We are pleased to announce an upcoming workshop on the theme of Apocalyptic as a Literary Phenomenon in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

This online two-day workshop is the first from a consortium that brings together scholars from different disciplines to encourage innovative discussion about the nature of apocalyptic writings, interrelationships between Jewish, Christian and Islamic apocalyptic traditions and their contribution to Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations.

The focus of the first workshop is to explore apocalyptic as a literary phenomenon up to Late Antiquity and to highlight trends and distinctive elements within the apocalyptic literary world of Jews, Christians and Muslims.

You can find details of the programme below and download it as a pdf here.

All are welcome! If you would like to join us for this workshop, please register via Eventbrite by 8 September 2021 at 18:00 CEST. The Zoom link for the sessions will be sent to those who have registered after this date.

If you have any questions, please do contact both Helen Spurling (Southampton) and Katharina Keim (Lund).

The Nordic Network for Jewish Studies was founded and is run by Dr Katharina Keim and Dr Karin Zetterholm at the Centre for Theology and Religious Studies at Lund University.

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