Matthew Phillip Monger
I am associate professor of biblical studies at MF. My PhD was on the Dead Sea Scrolls manuscripts of the Book of Jubilees. My main research interests are in the transmission and reception of Jewish and Christian texts, and the methods and theories that guide scholars in their research on these texts. I place my research within the paradigm of Material (or New) Philology.
I am also Program director for the bachelor's degree in Theology, Religion and Society.
Latest academic publications
- Lied, L. I. & Monger, M. P. (2019). 4 Ezra (= 2 Esdras 3-14). Syriac. Deuterocanonical Scriptures, s. 481 - 488. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN: 9789004355613
- Monger, M. P. (2018). 4Q216 - A New Material Analysis. Semitica, (60), s. 308 - 333. ISSN: 0373-630X
- Monger, M. P. (2018). The Many Forms of Jubilees : A Reassessment of the Manuscript Evidence from Qumran and the Lines of Transmission of the Parts and Whole of Jubilees. Revue de Qumran, 30(2), s. 191 - 211. ISSN: 0035-1725
- Lied, L. I. & Monger, M. P. (2018). Look to the East : New and Forgotten Sources of 4 Ezra. The Embroidered Bible: Studies in Biblical Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha in Honour of Michael E. Stone, s. 639 - 652. ISBN: 978-90-04-35588-0
- Monger, M. P. (2017). The Development of Jubilees 1 in the Late Second Temple Period. Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha, 27(2), s. 83 - 112. ISSN: 0951-8207
- Monger, M. P. (2016). The Transmission of Jubilees: Reevaluating the Textual Basis. New Vistas on Early Judaism and Christianity : From Enoch to Montreal and Back, s. 153 - 171. T&T Clark. ISBN: 9780567666178
- Monger, M. P. (2014). 4Q216 and the State of Jubilees at Qumran. Revue de Qumran, 26(4), s. 595 - 612. ISSN: 0035-1725
Education and professional practice
|2006||MF - Norwegian School of Theology: Bacheor of Theology|
|2008||MF - Norwegian School of Theology: Master of Theology|
|2009||University of Oslo: Bachelor of Arts in Languistics|
|2012||University of Oslo: Master of Philosophy in Languages: Semitic Linguistics with Hebrew|