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CSBV e- conference: Session five: Emerging scholars. With keynote address by Dr Helen Paynter

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This link is to book for the fifth of six sessions in the annual conference of the Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence. To book instead for the whole event, click here. To reserve a place (free of charge) for the CSBV's annual ecumenical service, which will be held on 23rd May at 4pm BST, please click here.

This session will offer papers from students, and will include the awarding of the annual CSBV student paper prize.

Keynote address: Helen Paynter (director, Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence)

Francis Mathew (MA student, South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian Studies, Bangalore). The Avenger and the Perpetrator: A Study of Mimetic Doubles in Biblical Rape Narratives (Gen. 34; Judg. 19; 2 Sam. 13)

Charlotte Trombin (doctoral candidate, University of Exeter). Then the earth reeled and rocked; the foundations of the heavens trembled and quaked because he was angry: Misogyny, the Bible and Environmental Violence

Hannah Capey (doctoral candidate, University of Southampton). Black Comedy in the Hebrew Bible? A Reading of the Book of Esther

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