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Dr. Anne Fitzpatrick

Associate Professor (Near & Middle Eastern Studies)


  Ancient Near Eastern Empires   Ancient/Classical History   Bible   Biblical Studies   Development of literary traditions about Ezra and Nehemiah   Early Israelite history and religion   Hebrew language   Israel and Judah under imperial rule   Jewish History   Judaism   Persian rule of Yehud and its environs   The Jews of Egypt from the Persian to the Roman periods
 Persian Rule in Judah and its environs
 A Persian Gift to Posterity:the Paridaida Garden as a statement of Power and Pleasure
 Assessing Biblical and Classical Sources for Persian Religion
 The Assyrian Empire

Language Skill Reading Skill Writing Skill Speaking
English Fluent Fluent Fluent
French Fluent Fluent Medium
German Medium Basic Basic
Hebrew Fluent Fluent Basic
Italian Medium Medium Basic
Details Date From Date To
Society Biblical Literature British Association for Jewish Studies
Economics in Israelite Law in, editor(s)Matthew Coomber , Wealth and Poverty in the Biblical World, Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 2018, [Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley], Book Chapter, APPROVED
Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley, Representations of Assyria in the Literary Traditions of its Subjects, 2017, Book, SUBMITTED
Preserving the Cult of Yhwh in Judean Garrisons: Continuity from Pharaonic to Ptolemaic Times in, editor(s)J. Baden, H. Najman, E. Tigchelaar , Sibyls, Scriptures and Scrolls, Volume 1, Leiden, Brill, 2017, pp400 - 433, [Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Models of Local Political Leadership in the Nehemiah Memoir in, editor(s)Ehud Ben Zvi, Diana Edelman , Leadership, Social Memory and Judean Discourse in 5th to 2nd Centuries BCE, London, Equinox, 2016, pp309 - 378, [Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley, Empire, Power and Indigenous Elites , Leiden, 2015, i. - 325pp, Book, PUBLISHED
Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley, Assessing Biblical and Classical Sources for the Persian Period, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2015, i - 260pp, Book, PUBLISHED
Editor in, editor(s)Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley, P. Guillaume, D. Edelman , Religion in the Achaemenid Persian Period, Harrassowitz, Mohr Siebeck, 2015, [D. Edelman, P. Guillaume, A. Fitzpatrick-McKinley], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
"Introduction" to Assessing Biblical and Classical Sources for the Persian Period in, editor(s)Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley , Assessing Biblical and Classical Sources for the Persian Period, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2015, pp1 - 11, [Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Indigenous Elites in Yehud: the inscriptional evidence from Xanthus, Tayma and Dedan and the Nehemiah Memoir in, editor(s)Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley , Assessing Biblical and Classical Sources for the Persian Period, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2015, pp1 - 42, [Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Continuity Between Assyrian and Persian Policies Towards the Cults of their Subjects in, editor(s)D. Edelman, P. Guillaume, A. Fitzpatrick-McKinley , Religion in the Persian Period, Berlin, Mohr Siebeck, 2015, pp42 - 84, [Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
  

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Nominated for Provost's Teaching Award 2011
Research interests are focused on the study of how Judaism emerged against the background of the worldview of the ancient Near East. I have a particular interest in how Second Temple Judaism and the political structures which were based in the temple emerged against the background of how Jewish elites dealt with the challenges of imperial control and this has been the focus of my book which is currently in press. I am also involved in a conference centring on the theme of conditions in Yehud and other regions under Achaemenid rule. This is being co-organised with Dr Diana Edelman of the Department of Biblical Studies in Sheffield. The conference will involve experts from both the fields of Biblical Studies/ Early Judaism and Classics. The conference will be funded by the Centre for Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies and the British Academy.