Joseph Riordan, SJ

Joseph Riordan, SJ


B.A., English and Spanish literature, Rutgers University, 1998
M.A., Philosophy, Fordham University, 2003
M.Div./Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Jesuit School of Theology (GTU), 2008
Licentiate in Sacred Scripture, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome, 2012

Area of Study

Christianity and Judaism in Antiquity



Isaiah and the Theology of Zion, Tobit

Fields of Interest:

History of Interpretation
Canonical Criticism, Hermeneutics
Inner-biblical Interpretation
Textual Criticism

Teaching Competencies:

Old Testament
New Testament
Prophets, Isaiah
Theological Exegesis
Textual Criticism
Reception History

Teaching Experience:

Foundations of Theology

Honors and Awards:

Fulbright Research Fellowship, Hebrew University, Israel 


“‘Blessed are the Eyes that See’: The Spiritual Topography of Zion in Tobit 13 and Isaiah 60”
Director: Gary Anderson

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