Education

  • 2018 Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies
  • 2014 M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Hebrew and Semitic Studies
  • 2008 B.A., Macalester College, Classical Languages and Biology

Research

  • Second Temple Judaism
  • Aramaic
  • Roman Near East
  • Rabbinic Literature
  • Early Jewish Interpretation
  • Palmyra

Publications

Articles

  • “Holidays and Festivals as Representative of Identity in Rabbinic Literature,” Ancient Jew Review, November 20, 2019 (https://www.ancientjewreview.com/articles/2019/7/30/foreign-holidays-and-festivals-as-representative-of-identity-in-rabbinic-literature-a-dissertation-spotlight).
  • “Aesthetic of Empire: Material Presentation of Palmyrene Aramaic and Latin Bilingual Inscriptions,” Maarav 23.1–2 (2019): 207–28, 274–75.
  • Eleonora Cussini, Maura K. Heyn, Jeremy M. Hutton, Nathaniel E. Greene, and Catherine E. Bonesho, “The Harvard Semitic Museum Palmyrene Collection,” BASOR 380 (2018): 231-46.
  • Jeremy M. Hutton, Preston L. Atwood, Catherine E. Bonesho, and Nathaniel E. Greene, “Divergent Script-Styles on a Single Palmyrene Monument: The Case of Berkshire 1903.7.3 (PAT 0670 and 0672),” KUSATU 23 (2018): 33-70.
  • Preston L. Atwood, Jeremy M. Hutton, Nathaniel E. Greene, and Catherine E. Bonesho, “A New Reading of PAT 0670 (= CIS 4313),” KUSATU 23 (2018): 9-31.
  • Jeremy M. Hutton and Catherine E. Bonesho, “Interpreting Translation Techniques and Material Presentation in Bilingual Texts: Initial Methodological Reflections,” in Epigraphy, Philology, and the Hebrew Bible, ed. Jeremy M. Hutton and Aaron Rubin; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2015, pp. 253–292.
  • Jeremy M. Hutton, Preston L. Atwood, Maura K. Heyn, Nathaniel E. Greene, and Catherine E. Bonesho, “Two Palmyrene Inscriptions in the Collection of the Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA: PAT 0960 and 1773,” Maarav 20 (2013 [appeared 2016]): 135–161, 257–259.