Ptarmigan Foundation Series on Early Christianity and the Ancient World
The Ptarmigan fund was established in 2014 to support academic programming dedicated to the study of religion during the period of Late Antiquity. That same year inaugurated the Ptarmigan Lecture Series to bring together scholars from within religious studies, as well as from related fields such as classics, philosophy, history, and art history, to share perspectives on religion, philosophy and culture during this formative period. Starting in 2019, there began a substantial expansion of supported activities that now include multi-day master classes, symposia, as well as language and manuscript workshops.
For more about The Ptarmigan fund visit: ptarmigan.stanford.edu.
We are delighted to invite you to a master class led by Professor Stephanie Cobb, the George and Sallie Cutchin Camp Professor of Bible at the University of Richmond.
A one-session crash-course in the very basics of New Testament text criticism (teaching, among other skills, how to decode the often indecipherable text critical apparatus of the Greek New…
A one-session intensive course on Eusebius of Caesarea. Writing in the late third and early fourth centuries, Eusebius is best known for his History of the Church.