Ph.D., 2013, Emory University: New Testament
M.T.S., 2005, Harvard Divinity School: Scripture and Interpretation
B.A., 2003, Boston College: Theology, English
- TH 100 Biblical TheologyTH 110 The Gospels
- TH 115 Writings of Saint Paul
- TH 199 Special Topics in Biblical Literacy
My research has two broad components. First, I study the New Testament writings and other early Christian literature in light of Second Temple Judaism and life under the Roman Empire, focusing especially on the Gospel of John and how this gospel intersects with social, economic, religious, and political realities faced by Christians in the first and early second centuries. My second area of focus is biblical interpretation through analytical approaches that foreground the experiences, social concerns, and identities of readers today, especially from minoritized perspectives and Latino/a perspectives in particular.
"John 7:32-36: Exegetical Perspective," "John 7:37-52: Exegetical Perspective," and "John 7:53-8:11: Exegetical Perspective." In Feasting on the Gospels: John, Volume 1, edited by Cynthia A. Jarvis and E. Elizabeth Johnson, 235-53. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2015.
"A Migrant Being at Work: Movement and Migration in Johannine Christology." Journal of Hispanic/Latino Theology (2011): http://latinotheology.org/2011/migrant-worker-migration