Annette Yoshiko Reed (b.1973), scholar
From 4 Enoch: The Online Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism
Annette Yoshiko Reed (b.1973) is an American scholar, at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA).
Studied at McGill University (BA 1997), Princeton University (MA 2001), and Princeton University (PhD 2002). Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Religious Studies of the University of Pennsylvania.
Works on Second Temple Judaism
Books on Second Temple Judaism
- The Ways That Never Parted (2003 Becker/Reed), edited volume
- (with Ra’anan S. Boustan). Heavenly Realms and Earthly Realities in Late Antique Religions (Cambridge 2004)
- (with Ra'anan S. Boustan). Blood and the Boundaries of Jewish and Christian Identities in Late Antiquity Henoch 30 (2008).
Articles in edited volumes
Articles in academic journals
- From Asael and Semihazah to Uzzah, Azzah, and Azael: 3 Enoch 5 (par. 7-8) and Jewish reception-history of 1 Enoch / Annette Yoshiko Reed / Jewish Studies Quarterly 8.2 (2001) 105-136
- Abraham as Chaldean scientist and father of the Jews: Josephus, Ant. 1.154-168, and the Greco-Roman discourse about astronomy/astrology / Annette Yoshiko Reed / Journal for the Study of Judaism 35.2 (2004) 119-158
- The modern invention of "Old Testament pseudepigrapha" / Annette Yoshiko Reed / Journal of Theological Studies 60.2 (2009) 403-436
- The construction and subversion of patriarchal perfection : Abraham and exemplarity in Philo, Josephus and the "Testament of Abraham" / Annette Yoshiko Reed / Journal for the Study of Judaism 40.2 (2009) 185-212