I joined Princeton’s program in the Religions of Mediterranean Antiquity in 2014 after receiving a MAR in the History of Christianity from Yale Divinity School and degrees in Religious Studies and Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. My interests cluster around elite Christians in the Roman Empire, relations between Christians and Roman Traditionalists, and the legislation of “Orthodoxy” in Late Antiquity. I am a staff member with the Jezreel Valley Regional Project, focusing on excavation of the Roman 6th Legion “Ferrata” castrum in Legio, Israel. Adjacent interests include papyrology and textual criticism.
- "Toward a New Scribal Tendency: Reciprocal Corruptions and the Text of 1 Corinthians 8:2-3"
Journal of Biblical Literature
- Letteney, Mark. “Toward a New Scribal Tendency: Reciprocal Corruptions and the Text of 1 Corinthians 8:2–3.” Journal of Biblical Literature 135, no. 2