- 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
- Ancient Jewish Literature (Second Temple and Rabbinic)
- Aramaic Language
- The Other in Ancient Judaism
- Roman Near East
- Language Use in Greek and Roman Antiquity (Latin, Aramaic, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, Punic)
Articles and Book Chapters
- “Alexander the Great and the (Re)Making of Ages in 1 Maccabees and Daniel,” Biblische Notizen, accepted.
- “R. Cleopatra? Constructions of an Egyptian Queen in the Babylonian Talmud,” Journal of Ancient Judaism2 (2022): 224-51.
- “Language as Power: Aramaic at (and East of) Palmyra.” Pages 3-21 in Palmyra and the East, ed. Kenneth Lapatin and Rubina Raja; Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2022.
- “The Terror of Time: The Festival of Dionysus and Saturnalia in Jewish Responses to Foreign Rule,” Journal for the Study of Judaism2 (2020): 1-28.
- “Aesthetic of Empire: Material Presentation of Palmyrene Aramaic and Latin Bilingual Inscriptions,” Maarav1–2 (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.” Pages 253-92 in Epigraphy, Philology, and the Hebrew Bible, ed. Jeremy M. Hutton and Aaron Rubin; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2015.
- 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.
- “Gentile Rulers in the Ancient Jewish Imagination,” Second Temple Judaism: The Challenge of Diversity; Frankel Institute Annual (2022): 23-25.
- “Maintaining Cultural Balance: Palmyrene Bilingual Inscriptions and Roman Imperialism,” Biblical Archaeology Review3 (Summer 2020): 18-21.
- “Holidays and Festivals as Representative of Identity in Rabbinic Literature,” Ancient Jew Review, November 2019
- Time in the Babylonian Talmud: Natural and Imagined Times in Jewish Law and Narrative, by Lynn Kaye (Cambridge University Press, 2018), Ancient Jew Review, October 2020.
- Religious Deviance in the Roman World: Superstition or Individuality?, by Jörg Rüpke (Translated by David M. B. Richardson; Cambridge University Press, 2016), Ancient Jew Review, August 2017.
- Power, Ethics, and Ecology in Jewish Late Antiquity: Rabbinic Responses to Drought and Disaster, by Julia Watts Belser (Cambridge University Press, 2015), Ancient Jew Review, October 2016.
- “Jewish Festivals in the Book of Exodus,” HarperCollins Study Bible, 3rd Edition.
- “Sabbath,” Bible Odyssey.
- “Levi” and “Potiphar,” The Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient Mediterranean Religions (Eric Orlin, Lisbeth Fried, Jennifer Wright Knust, Michael Pregill, and Michael Satlow, eds.; Routledge, 2015).
- Introduction to Judaism (Jewish/Religion M10)
- Medicine and Magic in Ancient Times (Ancient Near East 14W)
- Angels, Demons, and the End of the World in Ancient Judaism (Jewish/Religion M155)
- Early Judaism and the Dead Sea Scrolls (Jewish 170)
- The Book of Daniel
- The Book of Esther
- Mid-Late Second Temple Jewish Literature
- Aramaic and Empire (Ancient Dialects)
- Aramaic at Elephantine and Qumran