Dulcinea Boesenberg

Dulcinea Boesenberg, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
New Testament
DHHC 126

Dulcinea Boesenberg’s research focuses on the New Testament and Second Temple Judaism; she is particularly interested in the interpretation of Scripture in early Judaism and early Christianity as well as in the ways in which Jewish and Christian communities in antiquity defined themselves.
She holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Hanover College as well as an M.T.S. in Biblical Studies and a Ph.D. in Christianity and Judaism in Antiquity from the University of Notre Dame.
Recent Publications:
“Moses in Second Temple Jewish Texts,” (with James C. VanderKam) Pages 124-158 in Parables of Enoch: A Paradigm Shift. Edited by James Charlesworth and Darrell Bock. T & T Clark Jewish and Christian Texts Series 11. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2013
“Philo’s Descriptions of Jewish Sabbath Practice,” Studia Philonica Annual 22 (2010): 143-163

“Luke’s Narrative Claim on Moses the Persecuted Prophet,” Conference on the Christian Moses at
CUA, June 2012
“Moses’ Ascent to the Heavenly Realm in Ezekiel the Tragedian and Pseudo-Philo,” SBL Annual
Meeting, November 2011
“End Times Expectation in 4Q521 and Matthew 11:2-6,” SBL Eastern Great Lakes Regional
Meeting, April 2007