Lown Center for Judaica Studies, 311
Departments/ProgramsNear Eastern and Judaic Studies
DegreesBrandeis University, Ph.D.
The Catholic University of America, M.A.
Loyola Marymount University, B.A.
ExpertiseAncient Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Hebrew Bible
ProfileBronson Brown-deVost's interests are primarily philological in the broadest sense. He enjoys investigating the transmission of literary traditions across geography and through time. This involves everything from the employment of traditional literary forms within new contexts to the historical development of individual texts or works and even the evolutionary development of language itself.
|NEJS||110b||Readings in the Hebrew Bible|
|NEJS||117b||Dead Sea Scrolls|
|NEJS||202b||Akkadian Mythological/Religious Texts II|
Awards and Honors
Outstanding Graduate in Classics 2005 (2005)
Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honors Society (2004)
Graduated Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University (2004)
Eta Sigma Phi Classics Honors Society (2003)
Brown-deVost, Bronson Slade. "4QEnc (4Q204) Column I: A New Reconstruction,." Fifth Enoch Graduate Seminar, Montreal, Quebec. 2016. (forthcoming)
Brown-deVost, Bronson Slade. "The Compositional Development of Qumran Pesharim in Light of Mesopotamian Commentaries." Journal of Biblical Literature (2016). (forthcoming)
Brown-deVost, Bronson Slade. "Qumran Continuous Pesharim in Light of the Mesopotamian Commentaries." New England/Eastern Canada regional SBL, Andover-Newton Theological School. 2014.
Brown-deVost, Bronson Slade. "Textual Development of the Qumran Pesharim,." Dead Sea Scrolls: Life in Ancient Times Graduate Symposium, Brandeis University. 2014.
Brown-deVost, Bronson Slade. "Jude, Deuteronomy, and the Vassal Treaties of Esarhaddon: Dealing with Treason when God Becomes King." Graduate Proseminar. Brandeis University. March 9, 2011.