Thesis Title: Chromatic Dialogues: Colour and Culture in Ancient Hebrew and Greek
Supervisors and Institution(s):
Prof. Carly Crouch - Theology (Fuller Theological Seminary)
Dr Mark Bradley - Classics (University of Nottingham)
The Re’d Canon Dr Alison Milbank - Theology (University of Nottingham)
Lecturer for Intermediate Biblical Hebrew, Level 2/3 (all classes, Autumn 2017/18): including designing the syllabus, delivering classes and setting and marking assessments.
Teaching Affiliate for Interpreting the Hebrew Bible, Level 1 (Autumn 2018/19): including tutoring seminars and marking assessments.
"The Colour Sense: How Chromatic Language Relates to the Senses" at the EABS Graduate Symposium, Helsinki - April 2019; and again at the EABS Annual Conference, Warsaw - August 2019.
"Oil, Trees and Grass: Why "Green" in the Psalms is More Than Just a Colour" at the 23rd Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament, Aberdeen - August 2019.
"Chromatic Terms and Commercial Trading: An Etymological Study of Foreign Colour Phenomena in the Hebrew Bible" at the 23rd Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament, Aberdeen - August 2019; and again at the SBL Annual Conference, San Diego - November 2019.
Co-organiser for Borders and Boundaries in Ancient Israel: Territory, Nationality and Identity (Bible/Archaeology). A two day inter-disciplinary conference to be held at the University of Nottingham, June 2018. (Funding raised: £7810).