Theology, Divinity and Religion, University of Birmingham
"Human Reproduction and Infertility in the Hebrew Bible." Currents in Biblical Research (forthcoming)
"Review of Heroic Bodies in Ancient Israel by Brian R. Doak (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019)." JSOT 45.5 (2021): 85–86.
"Review of Psalms as a Grammar for Faith: Prayer and Praise by W.H. Bellinger Jr. (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2019)." JSOT 44.5 (2020): 57.
"Review of The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Biblical Interpretation edited by Paul M. Blowers and Peter W. Martens (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)" JSOT 44.5 (2020): 75.
"Review of Royal Illness and Kingship Ideology in the Hebrew Bible by Isabel Cranz (Society for Old Testament Studies Monograph Series; Cambridge: Cambrige University Press, 2020)." JSOT 45.5 (2021): 84.
Leuven-Groningen-Oxford Dead Sea Scrolls Network, KU Leuven (June 2019):
"An Understanding of the Hapax Legomena of the Hebrew Bible in light of the Dead Sea Scrolls"
Categories and Boundaries in Second Temple Jewish Literature, M4C CDF – University of Birmingham (March 2021):
"Complicating the Category of ‘Disability’: The Role of the Body in Boundary Construction and Identity Formation in the Dead Sea Scrolls"
Divine Bodies, University of Glagsow (April 2021):
"Infertile Bodies as Disabled Bodies in the Hebrew Bible: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach"
Birmingham-Budapest International Doctoral Seminar, University of Birmingham and Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest (April 2021):
"Considering Metaphors for Infertility and Reproduction from the Hebrew Bible in English Bible Translations"
British Association of Jewish Studies (BAJS) Annual Conference: 'World in Crisis', University of Southampton (July 2021):
"The Female Body in Crisis? Applying Metaphor Theory to the Depictions of Infertility in the Hebrew Bible"
Birmingham English Language Postgraduate (BELP) Conference, University of Birmingham (April 2021): Panel Chair
Birmingham English Language Postgraduate (BELP) Conference, University of Birmingham (April 2022): OrganiserThe Dead Sea Scrolls as a Scholarly Phenomenon: A Meta-Critical Analysis of Dead Sea Scrolls Research, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway (December 2022): Organiser
UNIQ – Widening Access and Participation, University of Oxford.
Subject Ambassador (Easter and Summer Vacations 2017)
Digital Ambassador (Trinity Term and Summer Vacation 2018, 2019)
Site Manager (Summer Vacation 2018)
Ancient Afterlives – Podcast
Host and Organiser (2021–present)
- Gender and the Biblical World Roundtable (November 2021)
- Review of Season 1 (forthcoming)
Society for Old Testament Study
Theology Study Day – St. John's College, Oxford (September 2019):
"An Introduction to the Reception History of the Hebrew Bible"
Graduate Biblical Studies Seminar – Kings College, London (March 2021):
"'Your wife will be like a fruitful vine': A Cognitive Linguistic Approach to the Language of Fertility in the Hebrew Bible"
Nottingham Biblical Studies Seminar – University of Nottingham (April 2022)
"Critical Disability Studies and the Hebrew Bible"
Supplementary Biblical Hebrew Tutor – St. Benet's Hall, Oxford (2018–19)
Supplementary Biblical Hebrew Tutor – Worcester College, Oxford (2019–20)
Research Assistant – Worcester College, Oxford (2019)
Research Assistant – St. John's College, Oxford (2019–20)
Postgraduate Teaching Assistant – University of Birmingham (2021)
Junior Pusey and Ellerton Memorial Prize for Biblical Hebrew – University of Oxford (2016) Senior Pusey and Ellerton Memorial Prize for Biblical Hebrew – University of Oxford (2018)
Exhibitioner – Worcester College, Oxford (2016–17) Scholar – Worcester College, Oxford (2017–18) College Prize for performance in MPhil Theology – Worcester College, Oxford (2020)Rebecca Flowers Bursary, Squire and Marriott Fund (2018–19, 2019–20)
I completed my BA in Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford in 2018, graduating with First Class Honours. I then continued my study at the same institution, completing an MPhil in Theology (Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) in 2020, graduating with a distinction.
PGTips – Postgraduate Forum, English Language and Linguistics (ELAL), University of Birmingham
Committee Member (2021–2022)
Peer Mentorship Scheme – Philosophy, Theology and Religion (PTR), University of Birmingham
Peer Mentor (2021–2022)