COURSES TAUGHT (Click through for Syllabus)
- Introduction to Judaism
- Introduction to Hebrew Bible
- Psalms (graduate level)
- Biblical History & Ideas (Hebrew Bible and New Testament)
- Western Religious Traditions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam)
- Bible in/and Literature
- Biblical Hebrew
- Apocalypse/End of the World
- Suffering, Pain, and Death in ancient Judaism & Christianity
- Ancient and Contemporary Flood Narratives
- Legacies of the Ancient World (Great Books and Bible)
- Young Adult Dystopian Literature (Students first received a narrative syllabus, found here)
- Women in the Ancient World
- Introduction to Rabbinic Literature
- Women in Judaism and Islam, co-instructor, Judaism section
Articles on Pedagogy
“Disrupting Biblical Patriarchy in 280 characters: Examining the Inherent Patriarchal Nature of 2 Samuel 11–12.” AJS Perspectives, Patriarchy Issue. Spring 2019. (peer reviewed)
“Performing Apocalyptic Texts: Teaching the Eschatological Banquet from the Dead Sea Scrolls.” Ancient Jew Review, Fall 2018.
“Genre-Bending Writing Assignments.” AJS News, March, 2016.
“Using Word Clouds as Informal Assessments in Religion Courses.” Ancient Jew Review, Winter, 2016.
“Students Think Better with Thinking Pieces: Why You Should Consider Low-Stakes Writing Assignments in Your Class,” with Meredith Warren), Ancient Jew Review, Spring 2015.