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Professor David Parker FBA

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About this Fellow

The textual criticism of the New Testament; the study of Greek & Latin manuscripts of the New Testament; editing the New Testament; digital tools for textual scholarship

Website: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/tr/parker-david.aspx

Appointments

Current post

  • Professor of Digital Philology, University of Birmingham

Past Appointments

  • Director, Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing, University of Birmingham, 2013 - 2017

Publications

Textual Scholarship and the Making of the New Testament 2012

1970

An Introduction to the New Testament Manuscripts and their Texts 2008

1970

The Living Text of the Gospels 1997

1970

Codex Sinaiticus. The Story of the World's Oldest Bible 2010

1970

Codex Bezae. An Early Christian Manuscript and Its Text 1992

1970

Manuscripts, Texts, Theology. Collected Papers 1977-2007 2010

1970

The New Testament in Greek IV. The Gospel According to St. John Edited by the American And British Committees of the International Greek New Testament Project. Volume Two The Majuscules 2007

1970

The New Testament in Greek IV. The Gospel According to St. John Edited by the American And British Committees of the International Greek New Testament Project. Volume One The Papyri 1995

1970

Paul's Letter to the Colossians by Philip Melanchthon, translated with an introduction and notes 1989

1970

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Medieval intellectual history; medieval philosophy & theology; history of medieval universities, notably Oxford & Paris; paleography & codicology

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The New Testament, in particular the Johannine literature; early Christianity, its literature and thought, in the Graeco-Roman and Jewish first- and second-century contexts

Professor Gillian Clark

The social & intellectual history of late antiquity, & early Christian (patristic) studies, in the Mediterranean world of the third to the seventh century

Professor Cécile Laborde

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