Professor Tessa Rajak
Areas of interest
Professor Rajak retired from the University of Reading, in December 2008, after many years of teaching and service. For the conference in her honour, please click here.
Special interests include social and cultural history of the Jews in Hellenistic and Roman periods; early Christianity.
The Jewish Dialogue with Greece and Rome. Studies in Cultural and Social Interaction
Josephus: the historian and his society
The Jews among Pagans and Christians in the Roman Empire (with John North and Judith Lieu)
Philosophy and Power in the Graeco-Roman World: Essays in Honour of Miriam Griffin (2002), co-ed with Gillian Clark
Translation and Survival: The Greek Bible and the Ancient Jewish Diaspora (2009).