AboutI am currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Washington and Lee University. I specialize in questions of identity, representation of difference, and contesting shared pasts, between Jews, Christians, and Samaritans in antiquity. My research work uses late ancient identity and self-fashioning as a laboratory space for the critical approaches of the scholar of religion, as well as exploring the resonance of ancient self-fashioning in scholarship and intellectual history after antiquity.
EducationUniversity of Pennsylvania: PhD in Religious Studies (Religions of Mediterranean Antiquity)
University of Oxford: MPhil Theology (Patristics), BA Philosophy and Theology
Work Shared in CORE
Deputy Christianity editor and Week in Review editor at Ancient Jew Review
English-language editor for new edition of Samaritan midrash collection Tibat Marqe
NEH-funded Indic manuscript digitization project, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies [Completed