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Assistant Professor (tenured) / Senior Lecturer Early Christian Greek and Latin

Member of ACASA: Amsterdam Centre for Ancient Studies and Archaeology

Research

My research focuses on early Christian texts, specifically the use of Scripture and the genre of hagiography. I am also interested in narratology and discourse linguistics and what those areas of research have to offer to early Christian studies. In terms of genre, the sayings of the desert fathers and mothers (the so-called Apophthegmata Patrum) are of special interest.

Teaching

I (co-)teach the following courses:

Ancient Christianity

Early Christian Studies

Latin Literature

Classical Mythology and Biblical Stories

From Christ to Constantine

From Constantine to Muhammad

Tutorial Late Greek and Late Latin Literature

BA Thesis Colloquium

Education

PhD Theology (Church History) University of Utrecht (2003)

Duke University, North Carolina (2002)

BA + MA Theology (degree of drs) University of Utrecht (1998)

Divinity School (completion of training for ministry in PKN = Protestant Church Netherlands; 1998)

Wycliffe Hall, Oxford (1993-1994) 

Propedeuse Theology University of Utrecht (1990)

Grammar School (Christelijk Gymnasium Utrecht; 1983-1989)

Grants

Fulbright Grant NACEE 2002

Ancillary activities

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Academic qualification

Early Christian Studies, PhD

Keywords

  • B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion
  • C Auxiliary Sciences of History
  • D History General and Old World
  • P Language and Literature

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