Results of BNTS Small Grant Awards

The committee is delighted to grant awards to the following people after our last call for small grants:

Bibliographical Resources (Max £200).  

Zachary Skarka (PhD candidate, University of Birmingham) for The History of the Pauline Corpus in Texts, Transmissions and Trajectories by Chris S. Stevens.

Siobhan Jolley (PhD candidate, University of Manchester) for Elisabetta Sirani “Virtuosa”: women’s cultural production in early modern Bologna by A Modesti.

Adesola Akala (Fellow, St John’s College Durham) for books (tbc) for an in-progress publication.

Small Grants (Max £500) 

Matthew Novenson for ‘Lost in Translation: A Panel Event for International Women’s Day 2021’, Centre for the Study of Christian Origins, University of Edinburgh.

Susan Docherty on behalf of Crispin Fletcher-Louis, Tim Carter, and Kent Brower, for travel costs for Matthew Thiessen of McMaster University to respond to a panel reviewing his recent book Jesus and the Forces of Death convened for a joint session of the Synoptic Gospels and NT & Second Temple Judaism seminars at the BNTS Conference 2021.

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