An introduction to the New Testament in its historical context, with an overview of interpretative approaches and exegetical exercises.
The Ambiguous Figure of the Neighbor in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Texts and Receptions offers a fascinating study of the intersections between Jewish, Christian and Islamic text, and will be of interest to anyone working on these traditions.
Cultural Productions, Long-Term Changes and Globalizations in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Intersectional Perspectives on Religious Change in Antiquity and Beyond.
This book reconstructs the connection between religion and migration, drawing on post-colonial perspectives to shed light on what religion can contribute to migrant encounters.