Deeana Klepper

Dr. Deeana Klepper
Address1 Silber Way
Boston, MA 2215

Chair, Department of Religion Associate Professor of Religion, Boston University School of Theology

B.A., Northland college, 1983
M.A., North western university, 1988
Ph.D., North western university, 1995

Associate Professor of Religion. PhD, Northwestern University, MA, Northwestern University, BA, Northland College. Professor Klepper teaches Christianity and medieval and early modern European religious history, with special interests in the place of Bible in medieval culture, the social contexts of mysticism, Christian-Jewish relations and other cross-cultural religious encounters, and the history of science. She taught previously at Williams College and has been the recipient of numerous prizes and fellowships, including the American Academy in Rome’s Rome Prize, a University of Pennsylvania Center for Advanced Judaic Studies Fellowship, and a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend for research. Professor Klepper’s research focuses on approaches to biblical interpretation in the Middle Ages and medieval Christian responses to Jews and Jewish tradition.

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