Gabriella Gelardini, English Publications

2020. “From ‘Linguistic Turn’ and Hebrews Scholarship to Anadiplosis Iterata: The Enigma of a Structure.” Pages 231-256 in Chiasmus: The State of the Art. Edited by John W. Welch and Donald W. Parry. Provo: BYU Studies.

2016. “The End of History: Common Concepts in 1 Enoch and Mark.” Pages xxx in Enochic Influences on the Synoptic Gospels. Edited by Loren T. Stuckenbruck. Jewish and Christian Texts. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark. [check]

2016. Introduction. Pages xxx in Hebrews in Contexts. Edited by Gabriella Gelardini and Harold W. Attridge. Leiden: Brill. [check]

2016. “Charting ‘Outside the Camp’ with Edward W. Soja: Critical Spatiality and Hebrews 13.” Pages xxx in Hebrews in Contexts. Edited by Gabriella Gelardini and Harold W. Attridge. Leiden: Brill. [check]

2016. “Existence Beyond Borders: The Book of Hebrews and Critical Spatiality.” Pages xxx in L’Épître aux Hébreux comme écrit à la frontière – Hebrews as a Border/Frontier Writing. Edited by Régis Burnet. Contributions to Biblical Exegesis & Theology. Löwen: Peeters. See

2014. “Cult’s Death in Scripture: The Destruction of Jerusalem’’s Temple Remembered by Josephus and Mark.” Pages 89-112 in Memory and Identity in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity: A Conversation with Barry Schwartz. Edited by Tom Thatcher. Atlanta, GA: SBL.

2014. “Hebrews.” Pages 363-368 in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Ethics. Vol. 1. Edited by Robert L. Brawley. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2014. “Christ and War.” Page 4243 in Uni Nova: Research Magazine of the University of Basel.

2011. “The Contest for a Royal Title: Herod versus Jesus in the Gospel According to Mark (6,14-19; 15,6-15).” Annali di storia dell’esegesi 28: 93-106.

2011. “The inauguration of Yom Kippur according to the LXX and its cessation or perpetuation according to the Book of Hebrews: a systematic comparison.” Pages 225-254 in The Day of Atonement: Its Interpretation in Early Jewish and Christian Traditions. Edited by Thomas Hieke and Tobias Nicklas. Themes in Biblical Narrative 15. Leiden: Brill.

2011. “Rhetorical criticism in Hebrews Scholarship: Avenues and Aporias.” Pages 213-236 in Method and Meaning: Essays on New Testament Interpretation in Honor of Harold W. Attridge. Edited by Andrew B. McGowan, and Kent Harold Richards. Atlanta, GA: SBL.

2011. “Hebrews, Homiletics, and Liturgical Scripture Interpretation.” Pages 121-143 in Reading the Epistle to the Hebrews: A Resource for Students. Edited by Eric F. Mason and Kevin B. McCruden. Atlanta, GA: SBL.

2010. “The Practice and Ethos of Postgraduate Biblical Education: A Glance at Europe and in particular at Switzerland. Pages 153-170 in Transforming Graduate Biblical Education: Ethos and Discipline. Edited by Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza and Kent Harold Richards. Atlanta, GA: SBL.

2009. “From ‘linguistic turn’ and Hebrews scholarship to anadiplosis iterata: the enigma of a structure.” The Harvard theological review 102: 51-73.

2009. “Religion, Ethnicity, and Ethnoreligion: Trajectories of a Discourse in German-Speaking Historical Jesus Scholarship.” Pages 235-258 in Prejudice and Christian Beginnings. Edited by Laura Nasrallah and Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress.

2009. “Religion and ethnicity: toying with two related concepts in 19th- and 20th-century German Jesus scholarship: a socio-historical analysis.” Sapientia Logos 1.2: 162-193.

2008. Gabriella Gelardini. “Hebrews, an Ancient Synagogue Homily for Tisha be-Av: Its Function, its Basis, its Theological Interpretation.” Pages 107-127 in Hebrews: Contemporary Methods, –New Insights. Edited by Gabriella Gelardini. Atlanta, GA: SBL (= 2005 Brill).