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PLURITEXT

Conférence internationale - Du 5 au 7 Nov. 2018

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Thématique
(en anglais)

Le projet PLURITEXT a pour objet de mener une réflexion méthodologique et herméneutique
sur la question de la pluralité textuelle dans la littérature juive ancienne de langue hébraïque,
grecque et samaritaine.

Les responsables scientifiques du projet sont Jean-Sébastien Rey (Université de Lorraine) et Patrick Pouchelle (Centre Sèvres).Le colloque est financé par l'ANR dans le cadre du projet "Textual plurality in the Bible" et également par le centre Sèvres.

Scholars are more and more realizing the importance of scribes in the production of ancient texts. Scribes are not only the faithful transmitters of a rigid text but take part in the elaboration, production and creative transmission of ancient texts, both orally and textually.

Scribal creativity may be the most important part in the textual production and evolution. This shift of paradigm is the result of  the recent evolution in research in several areas: (1) the focus on the final stage of the Pentateuch; (2) the publication of the “biblical” Dead Sea Scrolls, which shows the alteration and actualization of texts, thereby justifying the concept of textual fluidity; (3) Septuagint studies, where the process of translation is more and more identified with a scribal process of transmission; and (4) the pseudepigrapha and other DSS containing original texts as well as commentaries and the rewriting/reworking of authoritative texts.

Even the so-called “fixation” of the text should be studied from this point of view: scribes had to choose between different oral and textual versions to produce a new text, believing it to be more “authentic.” Moreover, the early Jewish revisions of the Greek text, which aligns it more closely to one particular Hebrew tradition, may be formative to the process of the fixation of the Hebrew text.

The purpose of this conference is to provide a forum for scholars across the disciplines to discuss and debate the significance of the scribal figures and practices in Biblical studies and the Ancient Near East.

 

Programme 

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­RETOUR SUR LA CONFERENCE DE 2017
Dans ce cadre, la prochaine conférence internationale aura lieu du 17 au 19 oct. 2017, en salle Ferrari de l'Ile du Saulcy à Metz.

Programme disponible

 

Informations :

Jean-Sébastien REY Marieke DHONT
CAEPR
2, av. Jean XXIII 57000 Metz Tél. 03 88 01 76 22 jean-sebastien.rey@univ-lorraine.fr marieke.dhont@univ-lorraine.be http://www.textualplurality.eu/

Colloque organisé par:

Jean-Sébastien Rey (Université de Lorraine)

Corrado Martone (Università di Torino)

Noam Mizrahi (Tel Aviv University)

Marieke Dhont (Université de Lorraine)