Keith  Elliott

Keith Elliott

Emeritus Professor of New Testament textual criticism

Summary: Emeritus Professor of New Testament textual criticism

Keith can be found in Who’s Who 2008 +

Education:

  • University College of North Wales, Bangor 1961-64: Class I Hebrew and Biblical Studies 1964 (University of Wales)
  • D Phil, University of Oxford (St Peter’s) 1967
  • DD (University of Wales) 1988

Career at Leeds:

  • Appointed as Lecturer in New Testament, The University of Leeds 1967+
  • Senior lecturer 1989+
  • Reader 1993+
  • Professor 1997+
  • Emeritus 2008-present

Adult Education/ Extra Mural and WEA 1967-1989 (Leeds, Bradford & Harrogate)

  • Sub-Warden Devonshire Hall, The University of Leeds 1967-71
  • Warden, Charles Morris Hall, The University of Leeds 1971-83
  • Tutor, Devonshire Hall 1983-present
  • Chairman, Devonshire Hall Council 2011-17
  • Examiner mature matriculation admissions exam. 1975- ?1990
  • Moderator and examiner, affiliated colleges (TASC, Ripon/YorkSt John 1975-? 90
  • University rep. Wensleydale Comprehensive School 1985-9
  • Governor, Harrogate Grammar School 1989-93, 1996-2000
  • Arts rep., University Court 1984-2007
  • Member Honorary Degrees Committee 2003-6
  • Vice chairman and onetime Chairman Vacation Term for Biblical Study 2005-present
  • Assistant Secretary,  Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas 1974-83
  • Former Chairman, Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas textual criticism seminar
  • Currently Member Society of Biblical Study apocryphal section
  • Books Review Editor, Novum Testamentum (Leiden)
  • Member, Board of Filologia Neotestamentaria (Cordova)
  • Member, Board of Babelao (Louvain-la-Neuve)

EXAMINER

  • University of Wales (Bangor, Cardiff, Lampeter) BA MA 1976-81
  • University of Manchester, affiliated colleges BA M Ed 1982-6
  • University of Birmingham BA MA Diploma 1985-7
  • University of Edinburgh BA BD MTh 1989-93
  • Archbishop’s Diploma 1994
  • Bangor BA MA MTh 1996-2001
  • University of Manchester 1996-2001
  • Edinburgh 2003-7
  • Sheffield, Adult continuing Education 2003–09
  • Nottingham 2005-8
  • St Andrews PhD1979 1983
  • Oxford DPhil1979 1983 1987 1988
  • Oxford MLitt 1986
  • Birmingham MPhil 1986, 1991
  • Birmingham PhD 1999, 2006, 2011, 2014
  • N. Bengal PhD 2000
  • Sheffield PhD 2004, 2009
  • Sheffield  MPhil 2004
  • Durham PhD 1989
  • Leiden Doctorate 1990
  • Edith Cowan, Perth, WA MPhil 1992
  • Stellenbosch PhD 1994
  • Manchester PhD 1995
  • Manchester MPhil 1996
  • UNISA, S. Africa DLitt 1997
  • NEGST, Nairobi MTh 1998
  • Cambridge 2005, 2016(bis)
  • Cape Town PhD 1990
  • Edinburgh PhD 1998, 2004, 2014, 2016(bis)
  • Macquarie PhD 1991
  • Murdoch, W. Australia MPhil 1992, 2005
  • Sorbonne 12/05
  • Lampeter PhD 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010(bis), 2011
  • MPhil 2000

LECTURES

  • Rome, Pontifical Biblical Institute Oct 1995
  • Ehrhardt Lecture, Manchester Dec 1995
  • Geneva Easter 1995
  • Sheffield, British Library Day March 1995
  • Lunel July 1994
  • York Minster 1993-4 and
  • Prague 1991 1992 1999 2006
  • VTBS 1986, 2000 2007
  • SEBTS, Wake Forest 2000 2007
  • N. Michigan 2006
  • Tbilisi 2007
  • Potchefstroom, Pretoria 1999
  • Lille 2000
  • Bonn 1999
  • Dublin TCD 2000
  • Scriptorium, Hereford May 1998
  • Birmingham 1999
  • Muenster 2001
  • RSA tour 1984 1990 – Potchefstroom, Bloemfontein, Rhodes, Pietermaritzburg, Stellenbosch, Pretoria, Rand Afrikaans, Witwatersrand
  • Leipzig 1986
  • Complutense, Almeria 1991
  • Jerusalem 1984
  • SBL: Boston 1987, New Orleans 1991, Chicago 1994
  • Codrington College 1984, 1988
  • Walling Lecturer, Abilene Christian Univ. TX 1987
  • Queen’s Birmingham seminar 1987
  • Oxford, Faculty seminar 1988
  • Hull Theological Society 1991
  • Durham faculty seminar 1993
  • Union Seminary NY
  • W. Temple, York 2004
  • Southwell 2005 &
  • Athens 1995
  • Ancient History Document Centre, Macquarie & Melbourne University 8/95
  • Fuller, Pasadena 2007
  • Szeged 2014