Task Forces at the 2017 Annual General Meeting

"Task Forces" meeting at the 2017 Annual General Meeting of the CBA:

"Biblical Hermeneutics: Biblical Hermeneutics and Cultural Studies"
Co-conveners: Richard J. Bautch, St. Edward's University, and Jean-François Racine, Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University

"Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics"
Co-conveners: Lauress Wilkins Lawrence, Portland, ME, and Lai Ling E. Ngan, Baylor University

"John's Gospel and the Old Testament"
Co-conveners: Lawrence E. Frizzell, Seton Hall University, and Gregory Y. Glazov, Seton Hall University

"God in the Writings of Paul"
Co-conveners: Robert O'Toole, S.J., Pontifical Biblical Institute/St. Louis University, and Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

"God in the Synoptic Gospels"
Co-conveners: Brigid Frein, University of Scranton, and Seamus O'Connell, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth

Task Forces at the 2016 Annual General Meeting

"Task Forces" meeting at the 2016 Annual General Meeting of the CBA:

"Biblical Hermeneutics: Biblical Hermeneutics and Cultural Studies"
Co-conveners: Richard J. Bautch, St. Edward's University, and Jean-François Racine, Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University

"Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics"
Co-conveners: Lauress Wilkins Lawrence, Portland, ME, and Lai Ling E. Ngan, Baylor University

"John's Gospel and the Old Testament"
Co-conveners: Lawrence E. Frizzell, Seton Hall University, and Gregory Y. Glazov, Seton Hall University

"God in the Writings of Paul"
Co-conveners: Robert O'Toole, S.J., Pontifical Biblical Institute/St. Louis University, and Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., Boston College School of Theology and Ministry

"Investigations into the Negotiation of Power in Antiquity"
Co-conveners: Kenneth Stenstrup, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, and John J. Pilch

Guidelines for Task Forces

General Description

A Task Force is a core group of CBA members who are committed to completing a concrete scholarly task, typically publication.

The basic term of a Task Force is five years, during which time the group aims to complete its designated task.

This five-year term may be renewed once if the task requires more time.

After ten years the Task Force may disband or may continue meeting as a Continuing Seminar with a more general focus.

Read more: Guidelines for Task Forces