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Laura Carnevale

Research Associate of the Centre
The University of Bari, Italy

Dr. Laura Carnevale lectures in the Department of Early Christian History at University of Bari,  Italy.  Having completed initial studies in biblical languages and exegesis in the Faculty of Ancient Literature and History at the University of Florence, she then completed her doctoral dissertation Biblical exegesis, history and iconography of the Book Job in ancient Christianity.

Current Research Interests

2002–2004: Member of the Bari Unit of the Inter-University research project History of Jewish and Early Christian Exegesis funded by the Ministry for Higher Education and Scientific Research and Technology.

2004–2006: Member of Inter-University research project Hagiography and History of the Period from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages funded by the Ministry for Higher Education and Scientific Research and Technology.

2006-
Editor of Vetera Christianorum, a journal which is the scientific publication of the Department of Classical and Christian Studies and aims to contribute to the studies on of Christian history and literature during the period beginning from the very beginning to the Middle Ages.

Member of the AISSCA (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei Culti e dell’Agiografia) and of the AISG (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Giudaismo).

Laura has contributed towards an understanding of exegesis of the biblical Book of Job in the light of documentation of a broad-ranging and diverse nature (particularly iconography), and towards a reconstruction of the inner life of Christian communities.

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Laura Carnevale.