Dr. Evangeline Kozitza Dean
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
Evangeline Kozitza Dean
New Testament, Patristics
Dr. Kozitza Dean earned a D.Phil. in New Testament (Oxford); an MA (Notre Dame); and a BA (Baylor). Her research engages the vitality of Scripture in multiple interpretive spheres within Jewish and Christian antiquity. She has focused on understanding intersections between New Testament texts, their early reception, and ancient visual and auditory cultures. Dr. Kozitza Dean is passionate about providing formation in the theological practice of fides quaerens intellectum (“faith seeking understanding”), and equipping students with wide-ranging skills in the interpretation of ancient texts.
- “Legal Exegesis and Historical Narrative in Luke 2:22-4.” Journal of Theological Studies 71, no. 2 (2021): 542-580.
- Aesthetic Piety and the Infant Christ: Seeing and Hearing in Infancy Traditions from the New Testament to Origen. DPhil thesis, Oxford (2020)
- (with Markus Bockmuehl) “The New Testament.” In The Oxford Handbook of Christmas, ed. Timothy Larsen, 77-89 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020)