GREGORY TATUM, OP

Publication(s)

EXTRAORDINARY PROFESSOR.

⇒ Contact: tatum@ebaf.edu

Province of California

Born on 19 December 1957, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (United States).

Religious Profession in the Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus of the Dominican Order on 27 September 1981, Oakland, California.

Priestly ordination on 9 September 1989, San Francisco, California.

Specialism: The synoptic problem, Saint Paul, Saint John, The figure of Jesus in history, Judaism of the time of the Second Temple.

MODERN LANGUAGES
– French (read, written, spoken)
– English (read, written, spoken)

ANCIENT LANGUAGES
– Akkadian
– Ancient Hebrew

Academic degrees
1980: B.A. University of San Diego, San Diego, California, (History and International Relations).
1983: B.A. Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley, California, (Philosophy).
1988: M.Div. Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley, California.
1988-1989: Freijahr. University of Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland.
1992: S.S.L. Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome, Italy.
1997: Ph.D. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (New Testament and Christian Origins).

Teaching experience
1997-2006: Assistant Professor of New Testament, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley, California.
1998-2001: School of Pastoral Leadership, Archdiocese of San Francisco, San Francisco, California.
2004-2005: Visiting Assistant Professor of New Testament, Dominican House of Studies.
2006-2007: Visiting Professor, École biblique et archéologique française, Jerusalem.
2011-2014: Adjunct Professor of Greek, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem / Rome, Fall Semesters.
2010-2011, 2013, 2015: Visiting Professor, Summer Session, The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.
2015: Scholar in Residence, St. Joseph Seminary, Yonkers, New York, Spring.
2007-present: Extraordinary Professor of New Testament, École biblique et archéologique française, Jerusalem.

Features
1998: Admissions Committee for the Biblical Studies Doctoral Program at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California.
1999-2002: Head of the Greek Examination Committee for the Biblical Studies Doctoral Program at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California.
1999-2003: Vocation Commission, Western Dominican Province.
2000-2002: Professional Review Committee, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology.
2001-2002: Faculty Representative to the Board of Trustees, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology.
2004-2009: Co-convener of the Pauline Theology Continuing Seminar, CBA.
2006-2009: Editorial Board, The Bible in its Traditions.
2007-present: Library Committee, École biblique et archéologique française.
2012-present: New Testament Editor, Revue Biblique.
2013-present: Co-convener of the Seminar on Purity and Sacrifice in Judaism and Emerging Christianity, CBA.
2014-present: Member of the Nominations Committee, CBA.
Member of the Pauline Letters Committee for the Revision of the New American Bible

Professional affiliations 
Catholic Biblical Association
Society of Biblical Literature