Regular readers will remember “Ephrem Graecus” – the mass of works in Greek which are attributed to Ephraim the Syrian, but which are in fact mostly original compositions. Little work has been done on this area, which makes it one of the uncharted frontiers of patristics.
Those in the Milwaukee area in the US might like to attend a one-day symposium on Ephrem Graecus next week, on Saturday 9th November. It’s being run by Tikhon Alexander Pino, who runs the St Ephrem the Syrian website. The program is here.
If you have any interest in the subject, I’d recommend going along. It will be a rare opportunity to meet others interested in the subject, and find out what’s going on. I’d go if I was anywhere nearby.