Throughout his teaching career, Professor Rosenberg has aimed to make the beauty and utility of mathematics accessible and inspiring to every one of his students. When he is not teaching or thinking and writing about how to teach better, he is usually engaged in childish activities with his kids. In the spring he can be found capering around the area with his Morris dance team. He does not manage to contra dance, tango, rock climb, perform tricks on aerial fabric, hike, or play strategy games nearly often enough.
Ph.D., Religious and Theological Studies, University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology
M.Div., Harvard Divinity School
M.S., Mathematics, Cornell University
B.A., Mathematics, Swarthmore College
Ancestral Queerness: The Normal and the Deviant in the Abraham and Sarah Narratives (Sheffield: Sheffield Pheonix Press, forthcoming).
“Queer Masculinities in the Hebrew Bible,” in Hebrew Bible Masculinities: In Search of New Methods and Approaches, ed. Ovidiu Creangă (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, forthcoming).
“Text-Critical Approaches: Hebrew Bible,” in Oxford Encyclopedias of the Bible, Oxford Biblical Studies Online, http://www.oxfordbiblicalstudies.com/article/opr/t998/e43.
“Hypertextuality,” in Exploring Intertextuality: Diverse Strategies for New Testament Interpretation of Texts, ed. B. J. Oropeza and Steve Moyise (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2016), 16-28.
“New Authorities, New Readings: Queering Hebrew Bible Text Criticism,” Biblical Interpretation 23, nos. 3-4 (2015): 574-600.
“The Gibeonite Exception: Giorgio Agamben and Joshua 9,” The Bible and Critical Theory 10, no. 1 (2014): 68-83.
“The Chain of Disadvantage: Affect and Disability,” New England Faculty Development Consortium Spring Conference, June 2018
“Patriarchal Passing: Queering the Wife-Sister Stories,” SBL New England/ Eastern Canada Regional Meeting, April 2015
“Irreconcilable Desires: A Queer Reading of the Sarai/h Cycle,” SBL Annual Meeting, November 2013
“Writing Successful Conference Proposals,” Moderator, AAR/SBL Rocky Mountain-Great Plains Regional Meeting, April 2013
“Biblical Bad Faith: Reading Nathan and Lot with Sartre,” AAR/SBL Rocky Mountain-Great Plains Regional Meeting, April 2013
“Ruth, Deuteronomy, Bourdieu: Practicing Law,” AAR/SBL Rocky Mountain-Great Plains Regional Meeting, March 2012
“Genealogy, Intertextuality, Theology: Matthew’s Women in Genealogical Tradition,” SBL Annual Meeting, November 2011
Social Construction of Disability
Intersection of Learning Differences and Mathematics
Making Exceptions in Education
Postmodern Biblical Interpretation