Anna Marsh is a Ph.D. Candidate in Hebrew Bible and Its Interpretation at the Jewish Theological Seminary. She holds an MA in Old Testament from Luther Seminary and is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College. Her research interests include feminist hermeneutics, literary approaches, food studies, trauma studies, and the history of interpretation. Prior to teaching at United, she has taught courses at Hamline University and Luther Seminary. Her publications include book reviews, essays for Gather Magazine of the ELCA, and “Women’s Voices and the Cost of Going Public: Song of Songs, Canonization, and Safe Space” in the forthcoming Let Me Hear Your Voice: Women, Song of Songs, and the Public Voice (due out 2021).
Ph.D. Hebrew Bible and Its Interpretation, Jewish Theological Seminary (expected 2022)
M.Phil. Hebrew Bible and Its Interpretation, Jewish Theological Seminary
M.A. Old Testament, Luther Seminary
B.A. French, Gustavus Adolphus College