Adina Goldman is a first-year doctoral student in Religions of Mediterranean Antiquity, working with Prof. Moulie Vidas. Her work focuses on the interactions between rabbinic and Christian literature in late antiquity, especially around issues of the human body—death, disease, and sexuality. She is particularly drawn to subversive undercurrents in religious literature, and the ways texts allude to, play with, and completely rewrite older texts in their own image. She comes to Princeton after an MSt in Bible Interpretation at Oxford, where she studied Greek and Syriac Christian exegesis of the Hebrew Bible. Prior to that degree she pursued an MSt in Medieval Studies at Oxford, supported by the Ertegun Graduate Scholarship in the Humanities, after her BA in Religious Studies at Northwestern.