Christina Harker, Ph.D.

Assistentin und Postdoktorandin

Institut für Neues Testament

Telefon
+41 31 631 45 21
E-Mail
christina.harker@theol.unibe.ch
Büro
A 413
Postadresse
Universität Bern
Institut für Neues Testament
Länggassstr. 51
CH-3012 Bern
Sprechstunde
nach Vereinbarung

Akademische Position

  • Assistentin (Assistant Professor), Neues Testament, Institut für Bibelwissenschaft, Universität Bern
  • vorher: Adjunct Faculty, Department of Biblical Studies, Princeton Theological Seminary

Akademische Ausbildung

2008–2015
Ph.D. in New Testament, Yale University, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Dissertation: “Paul, Empire, Calendar, & Galatia: A Postcolonial Analysis of Galatians and Its Modern Interpretation”
2006–2007
M.A. in Theology and Religion, Durham University, England, U.K.
Graduated with distinction
2003–2006
B.A. in Philosophy and Theology, Durham University, England, U.K.
First class degree

Akademische Funktionen

2014–2015 Coordinator of Yale Interdisciplinary Workshop for the Study of Antiquity and the Pre-Modern World
2014 Co-organizer of Yale Multilingualism and the Transfer of Culture in Antiquity Conference
2014 Convener: Panel on Gender and Career Progression
2013 Convener: Panel on Gender Performance & the Academy
2010–2011 Co-organizer of Gerber Fund: Religious Studies Dept.
2009–2010 Co-organizer of Yale-Harvard-Brown Day: Religious Studies Dept.

Weitere akademische Stellen

2013–2015 Graduate Curatorial Intern at Coins & Medals Department, Yale University Art Gallery
2013–2014 Research Assistant to Prof. Hindy Najman
  • Greco-Roman Antiquity
  • New Testament
  • Biblical Studies
  • Reception History
  • Second Temple Judaism
  • Early Christianity
  • Historiography
  • Postcolonialism
  • Feminist Criticism
  • Numismatics
  • Ideological Criticism

Vorlesungen und Kurse

Frühling 2016 English Exegesis of Galatians (MA level; Princeton Theological Seminary)
2015–2016 Introduction to New Testament Greek (MA level; Princeton Theological Seminary)
Herbst 2015 Introduction to New Testament Exegesis in Greek: Galatians (MA level; Princeton Theological Seminary)
2013 “Reception of Paul and Scholarly Agendas” (BA level; Authorship, Originality, & Forgery at Yale College)
2011–2012 Introduction to New Testament Greek (MA level; Yale Divinity School)
2010 “The Quests for the Historical Jesus” (MA level; Introduction to New Testament Interpretation at Yale Divinity School)

Weitere Veranstaltungen

Frühling 2015 Yale Divinity School Teaching Fellow: New Testament Interpretation (MA level)
Herbst 2014 Yale Divinity School Teaching Fellow: New Testament Interpretation (MA level)
Frühling 2014 Yale Divinity School Teaching Fellow: New Testament Interpretation (MA level)
Herbst 2013 Yale College Teaching Fellow: Introduction to the Old Testament (BA level)
Frühling 2011 Yale Divinity School Teaching Fellow: Augustine 
(MA level)
Herbst 2010 Yale Divinity School Teaching Fellow: New Testament Interpretation (MA level)

Monographien

  • The Colonizers’ Idols: Biblical Studies, Empire, and Paul (forthcoming with WUNT)
  • Heavenly Inscriptions: Pauline Metaphor in the Context of Body Modification in Antiquity (in preparation)

Papers

2015 “Tattooing as a Violent Art in the Ancient Mediterranean” (Society of Biblical Literature)
2015 “Tattoo and Inscription on the Body in Antiquity” (Works in Progress Group, Classics Department, Yale University)
2015 “Paul, Galatia, Calendar, & Empire” (Yale University Interdisciplinary Working Group for the Study of Antiquity and the Pre-Modern, Yale University)
2014 “Rome, Paul, and British Imperial Ideology” (Greco-Roman Lunch, Yale University)
2014 “New Apostles: The Lasting Effects of Paul’s Reception among British Missionaries” (Society of Biblical Literature)

2013 “Reading Resistance in Galatian Reactions to Romanization” (Society of Biblical Literature)