"Jewish Flesh and Christian Spirit in Athanasius of Alexandria:
The Construction of Universal Orthodoxy"

David Brakke (Indiana University)
Howard Clark Kee responding

 THE FOURTH MEETING OF 1999-2000 will be held on Thursday, February 10 from 7-9 PM in room 137 in the Religion Department (1879 Hall) of Princeton University.* Persons wishing to dine with other participants prior to the meeting should meet at 6 PM at 1879 Hall (at the corner of Prospect St. and Washington Rd. in Princeton, NJ). Take-out food (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) will be provided. Cost is $7 per person.
 *NB - This meeting will be at Princeton University, not the University of Pennsylvania.
 Please RSVP to either chairperson (addresses above), if possible, so that we might have a rough idea of how much food to arrange.

Suggested Readings:

  • Christopher Haas, Alexandria in Late Antiquity, chapter 4
  • Daniel Boyarin, A Radical Jew, chapter 10 (available electronically)
  • Athanasius, Festal Letters 1 and 6 (NPNF, 2d ser., vol. 4, pp. 506-10, 519-23) (available electronically)
  • Athanasius, Discourses [or Orations] Against the Arians 1.1-10; 3.27-28 (NPNF, 2d ser., vol. 4, pp. 306-12, 408-10) (available electronically)

28 January, 2000
Jay Treat