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Dissertations in Progress

Preston Atwood
"The Role of the Septuagint in the Translation of the Peshiṭta of Isaiah."
Professor Jeremy Hutton

Catherine Bonesho
"Foreign Holidays and Festivals as Representative of Identity in Rabbinic Literature"
Professor Jordan Rosenblum

Elizabeth Currier
"Poverty and Poor People in Israelite Wisdom Literature"
Professor Alice Mandell

Mary Clare Dolinar
“Between Gods and Mortals: Divinity, Mortality, and Religious Ritual in Euripides”
Professor Laura McClure

Nathaniel E. Greene
"The Warlord and the Scribe: The Nascent Israelite State Beneath Its Textual Veneers"
Professor Jeremy Hutton 

Molly Harris
"Leaving War Behind: War, Return, and Survival in Greek Tragedy"
Professor Laura McClure

Rachel Hart
More than Meets the Eye: Autopsy and Physicality in Herodotus and Ctesias
Professor Jeffrey Beneker

Hikaru Kumon
"Representing Biblical Hebrew Thought Patterns with the Natural Semantic Metalanguage: Explorations in the Cultures, Scenes, and Translations of hebel, 'hb, and he'ĕmîn."
Professor Jeremy Hutton

Jonathon E. Wylie
"The Philistines and the Formation of Israelite Identity"
Professor Jeremy Hutton