GREGORY TATUM, OP

Publication(s)

PROFESSEUR EXTRAORDINAIRE.

⇒ Contact : tatum@ebaf.edu

Province de Californie

Né le 19 décembre 1957, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Etats-Unis).

Profession religieuse dans la Province du Nom Très Saint de Jésus de l’Ordre des Dominicains: le 27 septembre 1981, Oakland, Californie.

Ordination sacerdotale: le 9 septembre 1989, San Francisco, Californie.

Spécialités : Le problème synoptique, Saint Paul, Saint Jean, La figure de Jésus dans l’histoire, le judaïsme de l’époque du Deuxième Temple.

LANGUES MODERNES
– Français (lu, écrit, parlé)
– Anglais (lu, écrit, parlé)

LANGUES ANCIENNES
– Akkadien
– Hébreu ancien

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

Enseignement
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, Ecole 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, Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française, Jerusalem.

Fonctions
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, La Bible en ses 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 Second-Temple Judaism and Immerging Christianity, CBA.
2014-present: Member of the Nominations Committee, CBA .
Member of the Pauline Letters Committee for the Revision of the New American Bible