Université de Strasbourg
Daniela Scialabba, born in Palermo in 1978, is a researcher at the University of Strasbourg (Project ANR, Pluritext). From 2015 to 2018 she taught ancient languages, Biblical Exegesis (OT and Johannine Literature) and History of Israel at the Faculty of Catholic Theology of the University of Strasbourg as “Attachée de Recherche et d’Enseignement Temporaire (A.T.E.R). In 2017 she obtained a doctorate in Catholic Theology (Biblical exegesis) at the University of Strasbourg (promotor: Prof. Eberhard Bons, University of Strasbourg. Members of the commission: Prof. Daniel Gerber, University of Strasbourg; Prof. Hermann Spieckermann, University of Göttingen; Prof. Matin Karrer, Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel; Prof. Maria Armida Nicolaci, Faculty of Catholic Theology of Palermo). The doctoral thesis, which has been awarded the Prize “Alberigo 2018”, will be published in March 2019 in the series "Forschungen zum Alten Testament" (F.A.T. II, Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen).
Daniela Scialabba is a member of the editorial staff of the “Historical and Theological Lexicon of Septuagint”(www.htlseptuagint.com). She has carried out a part of her PhD researches in Jerusalem at the “École Biblique et Archéologique Française” and in the United Kingdom at the University of Cambridge (autumn 2013-2014). She is a member of the “Associazione Biblica Italiana” (ABI), as well as of the “International Organization of Septuagint and Cognate Studies” (IOSCS), of the “Society of Biblical Literature” (SBL), and of the “European Academy of Religion” (EuAre).
Her researches deal with the Old Testament (Hebrew and Greek) and Jewish Literature in Greek. She has published several articles about the books of Jonah and, Judith, Joseph and Aseneth, the Gospels of Luke and John, and the Acts of Apostles. She is a co-editor of a short Introduction to Septuagint Studies published in Italian and Spanish.