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【For Students and Academics】The 11th CJS CISMOR series of online lectures

Updated Jan. 6, 2022
CISMOR will hold “The 11th Conference on Jewish Studies (CJS11)” as series of online lectures.

CJS11 lecture series will offer a view on the essential components of pilgrimage in several periods of time, and in different religious contexts.

Each lecture will present an analysis of the way pilgrimages were conducted, in which way their purposes were understood, and what could scholars learn from it.

On February 26, 2022 (Saturday) , we will have a Prof. Ada Taggar Cohen from Doshisha University as a lecturer.
If you would like to participate in this seminar, please register from “application form” on the bottom of this page.

For more information about CJS11 lecture series, please refer to the PDF program "PROGRAM_the11th_Conference_on_Jewish_Studies" posted on this page.
CISMOR will hold “The 11th Conference on Jewish Studies (CJS11)” as series of online lectures.

CJS11 lecture series will offer a view on the essential components of pilgrimage in several periods of time, and in different religious contexts.

Each lecture will present an analysis of the way pilgrimages were conducted, in which way their purposes were understood, and what could scholars learn from it.

On February 26, 2022 (Saturday) , we will have a Prof. Ada Taggar Cohen from Doshisha University as a lecturer.
If you would like to participate in this seminar, please register from “application form” on the bottom of this page.

For more information about CJS11 lecture series, please refer to the PDF program "PROGRAM_the11th_Conference_on_Jewish_Studies" posted on this page.

Theme: “Pilgrimage in the Ancient Near East: The Hittites and the Hebrew Bible”

Pilgrimage in the Ancient Near East shares its religious, political, and economic components with any later historical and cultural pilgrimages. This lecture will offer a detailed description of the Hittite royal pilgrimages in relation to their Capital Ḫattuša (16th-12th centuries BCE), and will compare it with the status of Jerusalem the Capital of Judea, as a pilgrimage objective in the 9th to the 7th centuries BCE.

Theme: “Pilgrimage in the Ancient Near East: The Hittites and the Hebrew Bible”

Pilgrimage in the Ancient Near East shares its religious, political, and economic components with any later historical and cultural pilgrimages. This lecture will offer a detailed description of the Hittite royal pilgrimages in relation to their Capital Ḫattuša (16th-12th centuries BCE), and will compare it with the status of Jerusalem the Capital of Judea, as a pilgrimage objective in the 9th to the 7th centuries BCE.
Date
Feb. 26, 2022 (Sat.)
16:00 - 17:30
Venue
Online
Please install “Zoom” app. on your PC or smartphone and check whether it works
correctly in advance.
Speaker
Prof. Ada Taggar Cohen
(Doshisha University​)
Admission
  • Free
Audience
  • Current Students
  • Prospective Students
  • Alumni
  • General Public
Mainly aimed at Students and Academics, but this lecture is open for the public.
Application
  • Necessary
If you would like to participate in this seminar, please register from application form on the bottom of this page. Registration closes on February 20th, 2022
Note
If you have any questions or have any trouble in registration, please feel free to contact us :
CISMOR Office, Doshisha University
E-mail: rc-issin@mail.doshisha.ac.jp