Krista Dalton of Ancient Jew Review
Keywords:Ancient Jew Review, Jewish Studies, religious studies, biblical studies, academia
Krista Dalton, assistant professor of religious studies at Kenyon College, joins Bulletin editor Richard Newton to discuss her academic origins and the current trends within religious studies. From her early interests in biblical studies, rabbinics, and Jewish studies to her work as a co-founder of Ancient Jew Review, Dalton answers the questions many scholars—early career and senior faculty alike—find themselves asking. Breaking down academic hierarchy to promote learning at any level is key for Dalton and her pedagogical theory is apparent in all her scholarly efforts.
Ahuvia, Mika. 2014. “An Introduction to Toledot Yeshu.” Ancient Jew Review. December 25, 2014. Available from: https://www.ancientjewreview.com/articles/2014/12/25/a-quick-introduction-to-toledot-yeshu.
Berzon, Todd. 2016. “Identity, a Way Forward (Perhaps).” Ancient Jew Review. August 17, 2016. Available from: https://www.ancientjewreview.com/articles/2016/8/16/identity-a-way-forward-perhaps.
Magness, Jodi. 2010. “The Talpiyot Tomb and ‘James Ossuary’ Reconsidered: An Archeologist’s Perspective.” Keynote speech at the 2010 Annual Central States Regional Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, St. Louis, MO, March 21. Available from: https://www.sbl-site.org/assets/pdfs/CSSBLProgram2010_021510.pdf.
Masuzawa, Tomoko. 2005. The Invention of World Religions: Or How European Universalism was Preserved in the Language of Pluralism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. https://doi.org/10.7208/chicago/9780226922621.001.0001 DOI: https://doi.org/10.7208/chicago/9780226922621.001.0001
Reinhartz, Adele. 2018. “Reflections on My Journey with John: A Retrospective from Adele Reinhartz.” Ancient Jew Review. April 11, 2018. Available from: https://www.ancientjewreview.com/articles/2018/2/24/reflections-on-my-journey-with-john-a-retrospective-from-adele-reinhartz.