About

P.B. (Bärry) Hartog is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the PThU in Groningen. His research concentrates on Early Judaism (including the Dead Sea Scrolls) in the context of the Graeco-Roman world. He has a particular interest in issues of textual scholarship and exegesis, the construction and development of identity, and intercultural contacts in an ever-expanding world.

Education

PhD in Religious Studies, KU Leuven

MA (Research) in Religious Studies, Leiden University

MA in Hebrew and Aramaic Languages and Cultures, Leiden University

BA in Theology, Leiden University

Publications

In press

  • Contesting Oikoumene: Resistance and Locality in Philo’s Legatio ad Gaium.” In Intolerance — Polemics — Debate: Cultural Resistance in the Ancient World. Edited by George H. van Kooten and Jacques T.A.G.M. van Ruiten. Berlin: De Gruyter.

  • “5Q10. Apocryphon of Malachi.” In Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 3a. Edited by Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner. Dead Sea Scrolls Editions. Leiden: Brill.

  • “6Q24–25, 31. papUnclassified Fragments.” In Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 3a. Edited by Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner. Dead Sea Scrolls Editions. Leiden: Brill.

  • “6Q26 papAccount or Contract.” In Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 3a. Edited by Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner. Dead Sea Scrolls Editions. Leiden: Brill.

  • “6Q27–29. papCursive Unclassified Fragments.” In Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 3a. Edited by Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner. Dead Sea Scrolls Editions. Leiden: Brill.


2019

  • “Textual Fixity and Fluidity in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods: Alexandrian Homer Scholarship and the Qumran Pesharim.” Revue de Qumrân 30/112: 1–18.

  • “Jubilees and Hellenistic Encyclopaedism.” Journal for the Study of Judaism 50: 1–25.


2018

2017

2016

2015

2013

2011

Forthcoming

  • (ed. with Shulamit Laderman, Vered Tohar, and Archibald L.H.M. van Wieringen) Jerusalem and Other Holy Places as Foci of Multireligious and Ideological Confrontation. Jewish and Christian Perspectives. Leiden: Brill.

  • “Where Shall Wisdom be Found? Identity, Sacred Space, and Universal Knowledge in Philostratus and the Acts of the Apostles.” To appear in Jerusalem and Other Holy Places as Foci of Multireligious and Ideological Confrontation. Edited by Pieter B. Hartog, Shulamit Laderman, Vered Tohar, and Archibald L.H.M. van Wieringen. Jewish and Christian Perspectives. Leiden: Brill.

  • “Josephus, the Teacher of Righteousness, and Prophetic Authority in the Late Second Temple Period.” To appear in Proceedings of the Prophetic Texts and Their Ancient Contexts Unit in the Society of Biblical Literature. Edited by Jonathan Stökl and Hanna Tervanotko. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies. London: Bloomsbury.

  • “Pesharim.” To appear in Dead Sea Scrolls. Edited by Cecilia Wassén. Ancient Literature for New Testament Studies 3. Grand Rapids: Zondervan.

  • “163. Commentary on Isaiah C.” To appear in Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 5a. Edited by George J. Brooke and Moshe J. Bernstein. Dead Sea Scrolls Editions. Leiden: Brill.

  • Review of Maren R. Niehoff, ed., Journeys in the Roman East: Imagined and Real. To appear in Journal for the Study of Judaism.

  • Review of Constanza Cordoni and Gerhard Langer, eds., “Let the Wise Listen and Add to Their Learning” (Prov 1:5): Festschrift for Günter Stemberger on the Occasion of his 75th Birthday. To appear in NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion.

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