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Corrine Carvalho

Professor, Theology; Interim Dean, School of Social Work, University of St. Thomas and St. Catherine's University
Ph.D. Yale University

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Carvalho CV


Ph.D. (1991), Yale University, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament; Specialization in Hebrew Language and Literature, Israelite Religion, Near Eastern Languages, History of Exegesis, Second Temple Israel, Hebrew Poetry; Dissertation Title: "Ezekiel's Blueprint for the Temple of Jerusalem," Robert R. Wilson, director.

M. A. (1984), Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley California, Old Testament; Thesis: "Jonathan and David: Monarchy Mediated through Sonship," John Endres, S.J., director.

B. A. (1980), University of San Francisco, magna cum laude, Latin major, Theology minor; (1977 78), Oxford University, junior year abroad.

Teaching Experience

University of St. Thomas, Assistant Professor, Fall, 1996-Spring, 1999; Associate Professor, Fall, 1999-2007, Professor 2007 - present.
Florida State University, Assistant Professor, 1991 1996.

Administrative Appointments

 Interim Dean of the School of Social Work, St. Catherine University and the University of St. Thomas, 2017-present.

Executive Advisor to the President, 2016-2017

 Director of the Luann Dummer Center for Women at the University of St. Thomas, 2006-2012.

Significant Service

Co-chair for the Strategic Planning Process, January, 2013-present

Chair of the Faculty, 2014-15, member of Executive Committee of the Faculty, 2014-16.

Member of the Shared Governance ad hoc committee (2003-2006)

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Select Publications

 “Ezekiel,” Paulist Commentary on the Bible, (Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 2018), 730-71.

  “The Ethics of Survival in the Book of Lamentations: Trauma, Identity and Social Location,” for Scripture and Justice: The Bible in Contemporary Struggles for Social Justice, ed. by A. Portier-Young and Gregory Sterling (Fortress Press, final version submitted).

  “Drunkenness, Tattoos and Dirty Underwear: Jeremiah as a Modern Masculine Metaphor,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 80 (2018): 597-618.

  “The Challenge of Violence and Gender under Colonization,” pp. 107-33 in The Hebrew Bible: Feminist and Intersectional Perspectives ed. by Gale A Yee (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2018).

  Reading Jeremiah. Reading the Old Testament series ed. by Mark E. Biddle (Smyth & Helwys; 2017).

Prophets Male and Female: Gender and Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Ancient Near East, co-editor and contributor with Jonathan Stökl; SBL Ancient Israel and Its Literature; Society of Biblical Literature Press, 2013.

“Canonical Criticism” entry for the Oxford Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation ed. by S. McKenzie; Oxford University Press, 2013.

 Ezekiel in The New Collegeville Bible Commentary Series. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2012.

 The Book of Ezekiel: Question by Question (Question by Question Bible Study Commentary; Mahwah, NJ: Paulist, 2010).

 Primer on Biblical Methods (Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2010).

 “The Beauty of the Bloody God: The Divine Warrior in the Prophetic Literature,” in Aesthetics of Violence in the Prophets, ed. Julia M. O'Brien and Chris Franke (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 517;  London: T & T Clark, 2010)

Encountering Ancient Voices: A Guide to Reading the Old Testament (Winona: St. Mary's Press; 2006).

“Layers of Meaning: Priesthood in Jeremiah MT," in The Priests in the Prophets: The Portrayal of Priests, Prophets and Other Religious Specialists in the Latter Prophets, ed. Lester L. Grabbe and Alice Ogden Bellis (JSOTSup 408; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic, 2004) 149-76.

Ezekiel's Hierarchical World: Wrestling with a Tiered Reality, co-editing with Stephen Cook.  Wrote "Priest, Prophet, and Exile: Ezekiel as a Literary Construct" and co-wrote the introduction.  (SPLSym 31; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004).

The Whirlwind: Essays on Job, Hermeneutics and Theology in Memory of Jane Morse, co-edited with Stephen L. Cook and James W. Watts (JSOTSup 336; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic, 2001).  Wrote "The Beauty of the Beast: Leviathan and Behemoth in Light of Catholic Theology," 142-167; co-wrote with S. L. Cook, "Introduction: Jane Morse and the Fuller Sense (Theoretical Framework for a Sensus Plenior)," 13-39.

"'Should Our Sister Be Treated Like a Whore?' A Response to Feminist Critiques of Ezekiel 23," in The Book of Ezekiel: Theological and Anthropological Perspectives, ed. by J. Strong and M. Odell (SBL Symposium 9; Atlanta: SBL, 2000) 221-238.

 "Creation, Fall, and Salvation: Lyra's Commentary on Genesis 1-3," chapter in Nicholas of Lyra; The Senses of Scripture, ed. L. Smith and P. Krey (Leiden: Brill, 2000) 19-44

 "Pan-Deuteronomism and the Book of Ezekiel," in Those Elusive Deuteronomists: The Phenomenon of Pan-Deuteronomism, ed. by L. S. Schearing and S. L McKenzie; JSOTSup 268; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic, 1999, 200-15.


University of St. Thomas Professor of the Year 2012.

J-Term 2019 Courses

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4 Credit Hours


Anthony W. Lewno, Corrine L. Carvalho, Jill M. Manske, Lesley M. Scibora

STUDY ABROAD: Israel, Jordan

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