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Ancient Judaism, Early Christianity, Ancient Greek Religion, Ancient Roman Religion, Roman Catholicism
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Recent Publications
  1. “The Phoenix in 1 Clement.” In: Studia Patristica XCIII: Papers presented at the Seventeenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 2015. Volume 19: The First Two Centuries; Apocrypha and Gnosticaedited by M. Vinzent. Leuven:Peeters, 2017. 17-26.
  2. “The Spring as a Civilizing Mechanism in Daphnis and Chloe.” In: Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel, edited by David Konstan, Marilia Pinheiro, and Bruce MacQueen. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017. 123-142.
  3. “Gendered Activity and Jesus’s Saying Not to Worry.” Neotestamentica 1 (2016): 35-52.
  4. “Permanent and Temporary Ethnicity in the Esther Scroll.” In: Megilloth Studies, edited by Brad Embry. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2016. 110-124.
  5. “Rahab, Esther, and Judith as Models for Church Leadership in 1 Clement.” Journal of Early Christian History 2 (2015): 94-110.
  6. “Crowns in 1 Thessalonians, Philippians, and 1 Corinthians.” Biblica 1 (2015): 67-84.
  7. “Suffering the Good: Constructing Solidarity through the Theodicies of Scripture and Thérèse of Lisieux.” In: Suffering, Sacrifice, and Transformation in the Incarnational Theology of Wendy Farley, edited by Mari Kim. Upland: Sopher, 2015.
  8. “Reading the Corinthian Veils through Hijabs and Habits.” In: 1-2 Corinthians, edited by Yung-Suk Kim. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2013. 129-45.
  9. “Hellenistic Iconography and Imagery in Daniel 12:5-13.” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 2 (2009):127-145.
  10. “Lot’s Wife in the Novels of Mary Anne Sadlier.” Postscripts 2 (2009): 155-174.
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