Angela Bauer-Levesque


Dr. Angela Bauer-Levesque

E-mailabauer@eds.edu
Address99 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 2138
Phone617-868-3450
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Harvey H. Guthrie Professor of Bible, Culture, and Interpretation, Episcopal Divinity School

Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary in New York,
M.Phil., Union Theological Seminary in New York,
M.Div., University of Hamburg,

Dr. Angela Bauer-Levesque has served on the faculty of Episcopal Divinity School since 1994. She received her PhD from Union Theological Seminary in New York, and holds an MPhil also from Union Seminary, and an MDiv from the Universität Hamburg. In her teaching and writing Professor Bauer-Levesque has emphasized various aspects of social location (gender, race, sexual identity) and their impact on biblical hermeneutics and interpretation. Her publications include Gender in the Book of Jeremiah: A Feminist-Literary Reading (Peter Lang), Seeing God in Diversity: Exodus and Acts, coauthored with EDS alumna Elizabeth Magill (Church Publishing) and various essays in anthologies, including, The Book of Jeremiah, in The Queer Bible Commentary (SCM Press).

Professor Bauer-Levesque is currently working on a book titled Reading While White: Racism, Whiteness, and the Bible.

Education: Diploma, Johannes Gutenberg Universität, Mainz (Germany); MDiv, Universität Hamburg(Germany); MPhil, PhD, Union Theological Seminary (New York).

Current positions: EDS faculty, 1994-present.

Previous positions: Assistant minister, Martin Luther Kirche, Neustadt a.d.W. (Germany); Consultant, International Committee for World Day of Prayer; Tutor and Instructor, Union Theological Seminary; Adjunct Professor, Auburn Theological Seminary, Hartford Seminary, New York Theological Seminary, New Brunswick Theological Seminary; Consultant, International Committee for World Day of Prayer.

Recent publications:

Seeing God in Diversity: Exodus And Acts (co-written by Elizabeth M. Magill);

Gender in the Book of Jeremiah: A Feminist-Literary Reading (Studies in Biblical Literature, V. 5) (Peter Lang Publishing).

No End in Sight: A Feminist Re-Visit of Biblical and Other Terror in Dem Tod nicht glauben. (Gütersloher Verlagshaus);

Death, Grief, Agony, and aNew Creation: Re-reading Gender in Jeremiah After 9/11 in Word & World;



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