Bible and its Interpreters Seminar Series

Joseph stands out as distinct among his brothers, first, for the sheer space allotted to him in the book of Genesis. This alone suggests something different about the figure of Joseph from a literary historical standpoint, and raises the question of the socio-historical circumstances that underlie his representation.

LAUREN MONROE
(Cornell)

Cosponsored by
UCLA Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
UCLA Department of History