Charlotte Hempel


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PhD projects

Hebrew Bible Second Temple Judaism Dead Sea Scrolls Current and recent doctoral theses supervised include: 1. A Jungian Approach to the Dead Sea Scrolls 2. Revitalization in Judea: An Anthropological Study of the Damascus Document 3. A Contextualized approach to the Hebrew Dead Sea Scrolls Containing Exodus 4. The Qumran Wisdom Texts and the Gospel of John (co-supervised with Karen Wenell and Gareth Sears, Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology) 5. The Significance of Selah in the Psalter 6. Encountering Evil: Apotropaic Magic in the Dead Sea Scrolls 7. Galilean Religious Identity in the 1st century BCE (co-supervised with Karen Wenell and Gareth Sears, Classics and Ancient History) 8. Is Wisdom Dead? Reconceptualising Wisdom in Light of the Maskil Figure at Qumran (co-supervised with Hugh Houghton) 9. Before the Bible: Ezekiel Traditions from the Corpus of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Light of 4QPseudo-Ezekiel 10. Dualisms at Qumran and Beyond (co-supervised with Andrew Perrin, Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, Canada) 11. Liturgical and Ritualised Warfare in the War Scroll and Related War Texts 12. The Function of Metaphor in the Depictions of Disability in the Hebrew Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls (co-supervised with Candida Moss and Jeanette Littlemore) 13. Expressing Power in the Song of Songs: Nature, Gender and Royalty


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