2015. “Letter from Prison as Hidden Transcript: What it tells us about the people at Philippi.” Pages 107-140 in The People beside Paul: The Philippian Assembly and History from Below. Edited by Joseph A. Marchal. Atlanta, GA: SBL.
2015. “Words to Remember – Women and the Origin of the “Words of Institution.” Lectio difficilior 1 (2015), 1-25. See here.
2015. “Humour in Joseph and Aseneth.” Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha 23/4: 239-259.
2014. “Bultmann’s Theology of the New Testament in Context.” Pages 235-255 and 310-319 in Beyond Bultmann. Reckoning a New Testament Theology. Edited by Bruce W. Longenecker and Mikeal C. Parsons. Waco, Tex: Baylor University Press.
2014. “Recent Scholarship on Joseph and Aseneth (1988-2013).” Currents in Biblical Research 12/3: 353-406.
2012. “The Saturnalia in Greco-Roman Culture.” Pages 179-189 in Meals in the Early Christian World: Social Formation, Experimentation and Conflict at the Table. Edited by Dennis E. Smith and Hal Taussig. New York: Palgrave.
2012. “Women in Early Christian Meal Gatherings: Discourse and Reality.” Pages 87-108 in Meals in the Early Christian World: Social Formation, Experimentation and Conflict at the Table. Edited by Dennis E. Smith and Hal Taussig. New York: Palgrave.
2012. “Joseph and Aseneth: Perfect Bride or Heavenly Prophetess.” Pages 578-585 in Feminist Biblical Interpretation: A Compendium of Critical Commentary on the Books of the Bible and Related Literature. Edited by Luise Schottroff and Marie-Theres Wacker. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
2012. “Colossians: The Origin of the Table of Household Duties.” Pages 796-809 in Feminist Biblical Interpretation: A Compendium of Critical Commentary on the Books of the Bible and Related Literature. Edited by Luise Schottroff and Marie-Theres Wacker. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
2012. “‘And All Ate and Were Filled’ (Mark 6.42 par.). The Feeding Narratives in the Context of Hellenistic-Roman Banquet Culture.” Pages 62-82 in Decisive Meals: Table Politics in Biblical Literature. Edited by Kathy Ehrensperger, Nathan MacDonald and Luzia Sutter Rehmann. London: T&T Clark.
2010. “Colossians and the Pauline School.” Pages 313-333 in New Testament Studies III. Edited by Paul Foster. Sage Benchmarks in Religious Studies. Los Angeles, Calif.: Sage.
2010. “‘What Women Were Accustomed to Do for the Dead Beloved by Them’ (Gospel of Peter 12.50). Traces of Laments and Mourning Rituals in Early Easter, Passion, and Lord’s Supper Traditions.” Journal of Biblical Literature 129/3: 559-574.
2008. “‘Join in imitating me’ (Philippians 3.17). Towards an Interpretation of Philippians 3.” New Testament Studies 54: 417-435.
2006. “Asenath: Bible.” In Jewish Women. A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia. Shalvi Publishing Jerusalem 2006 (CD- 6 Seiten). See here.
2004. “Colossians and the Pauline School.” New Testament Studies 50: 572-593.
2003. “The Epistle to the Congregation in Colossae and the Invention of the ‘Household Code’.” Pages 88-97 in A Feminist Companion to the Deutero-Pauline Epistles. Edited by Amy-Jill Levine. Feminist Companion to the New Testament and Early Christian Writings 7. London: T&T Clark.
2003. “‘For freedom … freed’? Hagar in Galatians.” Theology Digest 50/1: 43-51.
2000. “The Origin and Intention of the Household Code in the Letter to the Colossians.” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 79: 117-130.
1996. “From Fictional Text to Socio-Historical Context: Some Considerations from a Textcritical Perspective on Joseph and Aseneth.” Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 35: 303-318.
1994. Kelly Del Tredici and Angela Standhartinger. “Bibliography of Dieter Georgi.” Pages 551-558 in Religious Propaganda and Missionary Competition in the New Testament World. Essays Honoring Dieter Georgi. Edited by Lukas Bormann, Kelly Del Tredici, and Angela Standhartinger. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 74. Leiden: Brill.