Graduate Theological Union
Barbara Green, O.P.
Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology
Professor of Biblical Studies
Core Doctoral Faculty Member
At GTU since 1992
PhD, Graduate Theological Union/University of California, Berkeley joint degree, 1980
MA, Graduate Theological Union, 1976
BA, Dominican College of San Rafael, 1969
Current Research and Teaching Interests
Old Testament/Hebrew Bible
Biblical Narrative and Hermeneutics
Bible-based fiction (ancient and contemporary)
David’s Capacity for Compassion: A Literary-Hermeneutical Study of 1-2 Samuel, Bloomsbury, 2017
“Genre Criticism and the Prophets.” In Genre Criticism and the Prophets, ed. Carolyn J. Sharp. Oxford University Press, 2016
“An Interpretation Map: Finding Paths to Reading Processes.” Acta Theologica 35 (2015)
Jeremiah and God's Plans for Well-Being, University of South Carolina Press, 2013.
How Are the Mighty Fallen? A Dialogical Study of King Saul in 1 Samuel, Sheffield Academic Press, 2003.
King Saul's Asking, Liturgical Press, 2003.