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Jacob of Sarug and His Times

Studies in Sixth Century Syriac Christianity


Call for Registration


October 24-26, 2008


St. Mark’s Cathedral, on the occasion of its 50th Anniversary, is holding an international symposium on Jacob of Sarug and His Times: Studies in Sixth Century Syriac Christianity. The symposium will be held on October 24-26, 2008 at 260 Elm Ave, Teaneck, NJ. The symposium speakers are:

·         Susan Ashbrook Harvey, Brown University

·         Sharbil Alexandre Bcheiry, Syriac Orthodox Archdiocese

·         Sebastian P. Brock, University of Oxford

·         Sidney Griffith, The Catholic University of America

·         Mary Hansbury, Philadelphia

·         Amir Harrak, University of Toronto

·         George A. Kiraz, Beth Mardutho & Gorgias Press

·         Edward G. Mathews, St. Nerses Seminary

·         Kathleen McVey, Princeton Theological Seminary

·         Aho Shemunkasho, University of Salzburg

·         Lucas Van Rompay, Duke University


Symposium Chair: George A. Kiraz

Symposium Secretary: Jack C. Darakjy, Esq.


To attend the Symposium, download the Attendance Registration From (early registration ends September 1, 2008).


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