The ESV - Lost and Found in Translation - Session 1
The commissioning of a new translation of Sacred Scripture will always raise key questions about how much any translation can meet the requirement to be faithful to original texts and, at the same time, aware of cultural needs. ACTA has arranged a series of talks from Scripture scholars to explore some of these issues.
All talks will be delivered via Zoom. All times are current London times.
The first session will be on Thursday 23rd September from 7.00pm- 8.30pm
Session 1 will involve:
- Sr Patricia Rumsey – Abbess, Author and contributor to the Centre for Applied Theology
- Dr Amanda Dillon - Assistant Professor, Dept of Theology, Dublin City University
|Event Date||23-09-2021 7:00 pm|
|Event End Date||23-09-2021 8:30 pm|
PROMPT START AT 7PM.
Dr Rumsey is abbess of the monastic community in Arkley, North London and a member of the Council of the Poor Clare Federation of GB. She has lectured in Christian Liturgy and Spirituality at Sarum, also as a visiting lecturer at Oxford and at Menighetsfakultetet NUK Oslo. She is a member of the Editorial Board of Studia Traditionis Theologiae: Explorations in Early and Medieval Theology, and has served as a member of the Editorial Board of Anaphora: the journal of the Society for Liturgical Studies.
Dr Amanda Dillon is an Assistant Professor in Biblical Studies (New Testament) at DCU. Amanda does research at the intersection of Biblical Reception History Studies and Graphic Design. Her particular area of expertise is in a Social Semiotics of the Visual.