The annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature runs this week from Saturday to Tuesday and will offer more than 50 papers related in some way to the study of Corinth. In August, I posted a comprehensive list of these Corinthiaka papers that deal with, variously, the history and archaeology of the city, the historical and social contexts of 1 and 2 Corinthians, issues of intertextuality, special sessions on 2 Corinthian 5, the thought of Apostle Paul, post-Pauline Christian Corinth, reception history, or cross-cultural hermeneutics. I have arranged these according to these broad categories.
If you are going to the San Franciso meeting and hear any of these papers, I invite you to contribute reports or reviews. Likewise, if you are delivering a paper, short summaries of the high points are welcome. If interested, send to Corinthianmatters.