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Portrait of Dr. Pauline Buisch

Pauline Buisch

Assistant Professor of Old Testament

TEACHING AND RESEARCH

Pauline teaches courses in Old Testament and Biblical Hebrew. Her research interests include the languages and literature of the ancient Near East, inner-biblical exegesis, and early Jewish interpretation. 

 

EDUCATION

BMusic, New York University (2007)

 

MDiv, Redeemer Seminary (2012)

 

PhD, University of Notre Dame (2021)

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Article(s), Chapter(s), and Review(s):

Buisch, Pauline Paris. “The Rest of Her Offspring: The Relationship Between Revelation 12 and the Targumic Expansion of Genesis 3:15.” Novum Testamentum 60, (2018): 386-401.

 

Buisch, Pauline Paris. “The Absence and Influence of Genesis 48 (the Blessing of Ephraim and Manasseh) in the Book of Jubiliees.” Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha 26, (2017): 255-273.

Books:

Pauline is currently writing a book that traces the literary and theological development of the biblical motif of the woman facing the threat of childlessness.

 

PROFESSIONAL

Member of the Society of Biblical Literature

Member of the Institute for Biblical Research

 

PERSONAL

Pauline is married to Jonathan Buisch, a pastor in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, and they have three young children.

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