Pedagogy, communication, mobility

I work in faculty development and instructional design with an emphasis on online and hybrid teaching and learning and intercultural engagement. I also teach Religious Studies, Christian origins, and ancient history. My research and writing explore ancient and modern itinerancy, ancient ethnicity and modern race, gender studies, and biopolitics.


Ph.D., Religious Studies, Yale University, 2008

M.A.R., Yale Divinity School, 2002

B.A., Religious Studies, Drew University, 2000

Work Shared in CORE

Other Publications


Transient Apostle: Paul, Travel, and the Rhetoric of Empire. Synkrisis; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013.

Articles and Essays

“Travel and Homelessness.” In Handbook to the Historical Paul. Edited by Ryan Schellenberg and Heidi Wendt. London: T&T Clark, in process.

“Travel and Itinerancy.” In The Oxford Handbook on the Synoptic Gospels. Edited by Stephen Ahearne-Kroll. Oxford: Oxford University Press, under contract.

“Dionysus, Disidentifications, and Wandering Pauline Epiphanies.” In Bodies on the Verge: Queering Pauline Epistles. Edited by Joseph A. Marchal. Semeia Studies; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, forthcoming.

“The General Epistles and Hebrews.” In The Oxford Handbook on New Testament Gender and Sexuality. Edited by Benjamin Dunning. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

“Movement, Performance, and Choice in Earliest Christianity.” In Interpretation 72.2 (2018): 163-74.

“Perfection Perfected: The Stoic ‘Self-Eluding Sage’ and Moral Progress in Hebrews.” Novum Testamentum 57.2 (2015): 187-205.

“Crucifixion, State of Emergency, and the Proximate Marginality of Christ’s Kingship,” in Portraits of Jesus: Studies in Christology. Edited by Susan E. Myers. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012. 99-123.


“Re-presenting Galilean Identity:  Josephus’ use of 1 Maccabees 10:25-45 and the term Ioudaios.” In Religion, Ethnicity and Identity in Ancient Galilee. Edited by Jürgen Zangenberg, Harold W. Attridge, and Dale B. Martin. Tübingen:  Mohr Siebeck, 2007. 55-67.


“Book Note: Journeys in the Roman East.” Ancient Jew Review, 2018.

Sex in Aronofsky’s Noah,” “How Noah Should Have Ended,” and “Working to the End: Noah in the Gospels,” at Noah’s Flood (floodofnoah.com).


Instructional Design

Faculty and program consultations for fully online courses.

Design/SoTL research

Course, program, and student self-evaluation rubrics and processes.

Intercultural engagement and stereotype threat in the online classroom.

OER learning objects in Biblical Studies.

Book in progress

Itinerancy and Christian Origins.


Society of Biblical Literature


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