David Andrew Teeter
This course explores the diverse functions of scripture within the literature of the Dead Sea Scrolls, focusing in particular on the forms and methods of interpretation attested, considered in light of other varieties of interpretation in early Judaism. Sessions will be devoted to reading, translation and discussion of primary sources in Hebrew, as well as to discussion of relevant secondary literature. Two years of Hebrew strongly recommended.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Jointly offered as Jewish Studies 149
Course location to be announced.
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