Individual paper submissions from university faculty, independent scholars, and graduate students are welcome and may cover a wide range of topics related to the KJV. For individual submission send name, one page paper abstract, and short vitae.
Panel submission (3 papers) are encouraged but not required. For panel submission send names of presenters, one page panel abstract, one page abstract for each paper, and short vitas for each participant. If you have someone in mind to comment and/or chair the panel, please send his/her name and affiliation with the submission.
Note: This is an academic conference on the KJV Bible and is not intended to endorse any particular version of Scripture
Possible topic suggestions include but are not limited to:
- The creation of the King James Bible
- The history of the printing and dissemination of the King James Bible
- King James Bible and Protestantism
- Immediate and later reception of the King James Bible
- Political use of the King James Bible
- Cultural influences of the King James Bible
- King James Bible as Literature
- Influence of the King James Bible on other translations of the Bible
- King James Bible and Textual Criticism
- The King James Bible and the formation of American Culture
Send materials and inquiries to Dr. Brenda Ayres,