The latest in Corinthian Scholarship for April 2011. As always, this list is based on various Google alerts that may be thorough but are certainly not exhaustive. If you have material to add, send it my way.
- The most recent article on the Gulf of Corinth rift: “The Structures, Stratigraphy and Evolution of the Gulf of Corinth rift, Greece,” Geophysics Journal International
Archaic to Hellenistic:
- A recent Master’s thesis from the University of Otago (2010): Thucydides’ Corinthians: an examination of Corinth in Thucydides’ Account of the Outbreak of the Peloponnesian War
- Corinth’s Roman coinage is featured quite frequently in this new book by Constantina Kotsari on The Roman Monetary System
Pauline Corinth, 1 Corinthians, and 2 Corinthians:
- See recent posts on the International SBL in London and the Corinth conference at Macquarie Unviersity.
- Ilaria L. E. Ramelli, “Spiritual Weakness, Illness, and Death in 1 Corinthians 11:30,” Journal of Biblical Literature 130.1
- Rachel M. Mcrae, “Eating with Honor: The Corinthian Lord’s Supper in light of Voluntary Association Meal Practices” Journal of Biblical Literature 130.1
- Tim Brookins, “The Wise Corinthians: Their Stoic Education and Outlook,” Journal of Theological Studies 62.1
- Preston T. Massey, “Is there a Case for Elite Roman ‘New Women’ causing Division at Corinth?” in Revue Biblique 118.1 (2011), 76-93.
- Corinth is central to Moyer Hubbard’s imaginative introduction to Pauline Christianity, Christianity in the Greco-Roman World: A Narrative introduction (Baker Academic 2010) [Recent Review in Toronto Journal of Theology]
- Paul and the sophists gets a little space in Perceptions of the Second Sophistics and its time (2011)
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