AMRAM

Apocalypticism: Manuscripts, Rewriting, and Authority Management

AMRAM is a three year research project at the Faculty of Theology (June 2021-June 2024), funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark. The project investigates the earliest apocalyptic documents, which are found among the Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls from Qumran.

Visions of Amram
Qumram Cave Four where the Visions of Amram tekst was found.
Foto: commons.wikimedia.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Researchers

Name Title Phone E-mail
Bodil Ejrnæs Emerita   E-mail
Ingrid Hjelm Associate Professor Emerita +4535323658 E-mail
Jesper Høgenhaven Professor +4535323642 E-mail
Mogens Müller Professor Emeritus +4535323648 E-mail
Niels Peter Lemche No job title VIP   E-mail
Paul Matthew Babinski Postdoc +4535337787 E-mail
Peter Brylov Christensen PhD Student   E-mail
Thomas Thompson No job title   E-mail
Troels Engberg-Pedersen Professor Emeritus   E-mail

Funded by:

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Project AMRAM has received a three year funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark

Project: Apocalypticism: Manuscripts, Rewriting, and Authority Management (AMRAM)
Period:  3 Years

Contact

Professor Jesper Høgenhaven.

+45 35 32 36 42

jh@teol.ku.dk