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Ms Emma Barnes

Emma G. Barnes recently graduated from the University of Connecticut with BAs in History and German, and she is now reading for an MPhil in Judaism and Christianity in the Greco-Roman World at Wycliffe Hall. Her research interests include cultural-historical criticism of the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament; mimetic performance and scribal culture in the Second Temple period; early biblical interpretation, inner-biblical exegesis, and hermeneutics, particularly in regards to the relational dynamics of Judaism and early Christianity; and ancient Jewish and early Christian iconographies and material identity markers. She is affiliated with the Oriel Centre for the Study of the Bible.