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Christian Origins, Egalitarianism, and Utopia
Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion
Indiana University Press
Volume 23, Number 2, Fall 2007, pp. 27-49
Article
From Holy Grail to The Lost Gospel: Margaret Starbird and Mary Magdalene Scholarship
Journal of Religion and Popular Culture
University of Toronto Press
Volume 27 , Number 3, Fall 2015, pp. 236-249
Article
Enslaved Leadership in Early Christianity by Katherine A. Shaner (review)
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Catholic University of America Press
Volume 81, Number 2, April 2019, pp. 344-345
Review
Christians in Caesar's Household: The Emperors' Slaves in the Makings of Christianity by Michael Flexsenhar III (review)
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Catholic University of America Press
Volume 82, Number 2, April 2020, pp. 318-320
Review
Representations of the Afterlife in Luke-Acts by Alexey Somov (review)
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Catholic University of America Press
Volume 80, Number 3, July 2018, pp. 538-539
Review
The Parable of the Slave, Son, and Vineyard: An Early Christian Freedman's Narrative (Hermas Similitudes 5.2-11)
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Catholic University of America Press
Volume 80, Number 4, October 2019, pp. 655-669
Article
Ancient Education and Early Christianity ed. by Matthew Ryan Hauge and Andrew W. Pitts (review)
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Catholic University of America Press
Volume 79, Number 2, April 2017, pp. 364-365
Review
The Cathar Mary Magdalene and the Sacred Feminine: Pop Culture Legend vs. Medieval Doctrine
Journal of Religion and Popular Culture
University of Toronto Press
Volume 24, Number 3, Fall 2012, pp. 419-431
Article
The Slave Metaphor and Gendered Enslavement in Early Christian Discourse: Double Trouble Embodied by Marianne Bjelland Kartzow (review)
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Catholic University of America Press
Volume 82, Number 1, January 2021, pp. 149-151
Review
The Silencing of Slaves in Early Jewish and Christian Texts by Ronald Charles (review)
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
The Catholic University of America Press
Volume 83, Number 2, April 2021, pp. 330-331
Review
Null Subjects, Switch-Reference, and Serialization in Jabem and Numbami
Oceanic Linguistics
University of Hawai'i Press
Volume 38, Number 2, December 1999, pp. 270-296
Article
Sharp null form estimates for the wave equation
American Journal of Mathematics
Johns Hopkins University Press
Volume 130, Number 5, October 2008, pp. 1279-1326
Article
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On the Existence of Null Complementizers in Syntax
Linguistic Inquiry
The MIT Press
Volume 37, Number 2, Spring 2006, pp. 339-345
Article
Against the Null Comitative Analysis of Partial Control
Linguistic Inquiry
The MIT Press
Volume 47, Number 3, Summer 2016, pp. 572-580
Article
Null By Morse: Historical Optical Communication to Smartphones
Leonardo
The MIT Press
Volume 46, Number 4, 2013, pp. 344-352
Article
Topic, Focus and null subjects in Old French
The Canadian Journal of Linguistics / La revue canadienne de linguistique
Cambridge University Press
63(2), June/juin 2018, pp. 242-263
Article
Robust Null Findings on Offspring Sex and Political Orientation
Social Forces
Oxford University Press
Volume 95, Number 2, December 2016, pp. 899-908
Article
Learning How to License Null Noun-Class Prefixes in Sesotho
Language
Linguistic Society of America
Volume 85, Number 4, December 2009, pp. 864-883
Article
On certain distinguished unitary representations supported on null cones
American Journal of Mathematics
Johns Hopkins University Press
Volume 120, Number 5, October 1998, pp. 1059-1076
Article
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Parametric variation: Null subjects in minimalist theory (review)
Language
Linguistic Society of America
Volume 87, Number 4, December 2011, pp. 881-884
Review
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