Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Religious Studies
PhD, Religious Studies, McGill University, 2015
MA, Religious Studies, McGill University, 2007
BA, Religion, Oberlin College, 2004
Eliza Rosenberg is a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in World Religions and teaches biblical studies, Judaism, and Christianity. Her recent publications include the book chapters “‘As She Herself Has Rendered’: Resituating Gender Perspectives on Revelation’s ‘Babylon’” in New Perspectives on the Book of Revelation, edited by Adela Yarbro Collins (2017) and “Weddings and the Return to Life in the Book of Revelation” in Coming Back to Life, edited by Carly Daniel-Hughes and Frederic Tappenden (2017). Her current research involves slavery and violence in early Christian texts.