Memory and the Making of a Biblical Persona Here you will find an audio recording and the corresponding Prezi slides for my paper “Remembering the Past, Cultivating a Character: Memory and the Aramaic Pseudo-Daniel Texts (4Q243; 4Q244-245)” presented at the “Vision,
Tracing & Facing Possible Forgeries Included below is a draft and video recording of my paper “Ignoring, Engaging, or Incorporating Non-Provenanced Aramaic Fragments in Secondary Source Publications and Research Projects” presented in the Qumran session at the international meeting of
My main project is a commentary on a cross-section of Aramaic writings attested among the Dead Sea Scrolls. This project was awarded a five-year Insight Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. The following is a brief prospectus
Peter Flint Memorial Volume Published Since 2013, a Festschrift for Professor Peter Flint had been in the works, which proceeded as a memorial volume following his passing in November 2016. The book is now published: Reading the Bible in Ancient Traditions and
This project maps Daniel’s textual development in ancient Jewish scribal settings, its interpretation in literature of the Second Temple period, and diversity of reception of Danielic language and theology in subsequent art, literature, and culture. Given the representation of original
The Dynamics of Dream-Visions Revelation in the Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls emerged out of my doctoral dissertation completed at McMaster University (Religious Studies, 2013). In 2016, it was awarded the Manfred Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise from the University of Heidelberg.