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We're one of the leading global institutes for innovative, multidisciplinary research on the Bible. Our research is internationally recognised and we explore a variety of interests in ancient and contemporary contexts.

Journal for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies

SIIBS is proud to invite subissions for our new Journal for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies, due for publication in Summer 2019.

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Libation and Early Christianity

Dr Meredith Warren's latest article, published in the journal 'Religions', discusses what libation in Revelation might tell us about early church practices in Asia Minor.

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Shiloh Project News

The Shiloh Project is delighted to announce its new Routledge Focus book series ‘Rape Culture, Religion & the Bible’, edited by project co-directors Caroline Blyth, Katie Edwards and Johanna Stiebert. Titles are short form publications between 20,000-50,000 words,published within 12 weeks of submission. Got a book idea that might fit with the series? Get in touch at shiloh@sheffield.ac.uk

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We offer a diverse and modern approach to studying the Bible. You'll discover through us the bible's influence on cultural, social and political discussion.

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Our interdisciplinary research is world renowned and spans ancient and modern issues from biblical languages to forced migration, and pop culture to gender studies.

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In association with Sheffield Phoenix Press, SIIBS produces the Journal for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies, with the first issue due in summer 2019.

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