The Afterlives of the Apocryphal Daniel
Benjamin N. Duke Fellowship of the Research Triangle Foundation, 2017–18
Her current project is a study of the Additions to Daniel in the history of interpretation, and her interests include wisdom literature, ideas of idolatry in the Old Testament, and the history of the Bible as a book. She has held a Mellon Fellowship in Critical Bibliography from Rare Book School at the University of Virginia, and her research has been supported by fellowships from the AHRC, the DAAD, and most recently the ACLS.
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- Grillo, Jennie. “Qohelet and the Marks of Modernity: Reading Ecclesiastes with Matthew Arnold and Charles Taylor.” Religions 7, no. 6 (2016).
- Grillo, Jennie. “Showing Seeing in Susanna: The Virtue of the Text.” Prooftexts 35, no. 2/3 (2015): 250–70.
- Grillo, Jennie. “Worship and Idolatry in the Book of Daniel Through the Lens of Tertullian’s De Idololatria.” In Monotheism in Late Prophetic and Early Apocalyptic Literature, edited by Nathan MacDonald and Ken Brown, 247–62. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014.
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