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Jeremy Steinberg is a fifth-year PhD candidate in the department of Religious Studies, studying the Hebrew Bible and Judaism in the ancient Greek and Roman world. His dissertation examines the ways that Greek-educated ancient Jewish writers reconceptualized the Bible in accordance with Greek and Roman notions about the nature and purpose of literature. Jeremy is teaching Gender, Sexuality & Religion in Fall 2023; previously, he has served as a TA for Religion & Sports; Gender, Sexuality & Religion; Jews & Judaism in Antiquity; and Religions of the West. Jeremy holds a BA in Religion from Haverford College and a post-baccalaureate certificate in Classical Languages from Penn.