Annette
Yoshiko
Reed

New York University
Dalck and Rose Feith Family Fellowship
Ruth Meltzer Fellowship

Research Topic

“Jewish-Christianity” and the History of Late Antique Judaism

Judaism and the Memory of the Apostles: Late Antique and Modern Perspectives on "Jewish Christianity" and the Pseudo-Clementines

Bio

Annette Yoshiko Reed is an associate professor of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania and member of the Jewish Studies Program. Her research spans Second Temple Judaism, early Christianity, and Jewish/Christian relations in Late Antiquity. Professor Reed’s publications include Fallen Angels and the History of Judaism and Christianity (2005), Heavenly Realms and Earthly Realities in Late Antique Religions (ed. with R. Boustan; 2004), The Ways That Never Parted: Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (ed. with A. H. Becker; 2003), and Jews, Christians, and the Roman Empire (ed. with N. B. Dohrmann; 2013). During the 2014–2015 fellowship year, Professor Reed's topic is “Judaism and the Memory of the Apostles: Late Antique and Modern Perspectives on ‘Jewish Christianity’ and the Pseudo-Clementines.”

Fellowship

2010–2011

Examining the boundary between Judaism and other religions with a concurrent study of parallel social and religious phenomena and historical contexts.

2007–2008

Focusing on the imperial context of Judaism in Antiquity, in a decidedly interdisciplinary mode.

2014–2015

Deepening our understanding of the intellectual revolution at the heart of modern Jewish history.

2017–2018

Posing new questions about the theories, institutions, and paradigms shaping the study of nature, and about the cultural and religious consequences that emerge from such study.