Dr. Joshua Burns
Joshua Ezra Burns, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Joshua Ezra Burns (Ph.D., Yale University, 2010) specializes in Jewish civilization in classical antiquity, with particular interest in the literary and material remains of Jewish life in the Greco-Roman Near East.  His current research interests include the reception of the Hebrew Scriptures in the ancient world, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and early Jewish-Christian relations.  Recent articles include contributions to journals such as Aramaic Studies, Dead Sea Discoveries, and the Harvard Theological Review.  His first book, currently in preparation under the provisional title The Christian Schism in Jewish History and Jewish Memory, deals with the early rabbinic negotiation with Christianity and its impact on classical Jewish conceptions of the Christian other.

 

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