Meredith Warren

Meredith Warren MA

McGill University
Montreal
Canada

Meredith Warren majored in Religious Studies and Anthropology at McGill University in Montreal, Canada and graduated with the MA thesis in New Testament "'Like Dew From Heaven': Honeycomb, Religious Identity and Transformation in 'Joseph and Aseneth'".

Currently she works on her PhD thesis in Early Judaism about "Identity and Conflict: The Negotiation of Identity Boundaries in Greco-Roman Religious Narratives" at McGill University.

Meredith Warren hat 1 Artikel bei Archäologie Online veröffentlicht
The purpose of Meredith Warren´s paper is to do three things: first, to promote the idea that there were multiple, coexisting manifestations of Judaism both in Palestine and the diaspora; second, to suggest that these »deviant« Judaisms deserve equal study when examining Græco-Roman religions; and third, that Judaism itself should be considered a religion of the Mediterranean alongside indigenous religions of this area.
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