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Ahida E. Pilarski

Theology Department - saint Anselm College

100 Saint Anselm Drive

Manchester, NH 03102

Phone: (603) 641-7072

E-mail: apilarski@anselm.edu




Education
2008 Ph.D., Old Testament. Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.

2006 M.L.A., Liberal Arts. The University of Chicago.

1999 Th. M., Old and New Testaments. Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.

1998 M.A., Theology, Old Testament. Catholic Theological Union.

1992 B.A., Theology. Facultad de Teología Pontificia y Civil de Lima (Perú).

EMPLOYMENT
Saint Anselm College

Assistant Professor, 2006-present.

Courses: see page 9.


Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago

Adjunct Professor, Summer 1999 and Spring 2002.

Course: Biblical Hebrew.


Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary

Affiliate Professor, Summers 2003-2005, and 2007-present.

Courses: The Pastor as Interpreter of the Bible, Hebrew Bible I and II, New Testament I, and The Deuteronomistic History.


McCormick Theological Seminary

Adjunct Professor, Summer 2000, Spring 2001 and Summer 2002.

Course: Study Methods for Theological Education.


Diocese of Manchester

Instructor, Old Testament, 2009-Present.
Archdiocese of Chicago

Instructor, Old Testament, 2002-2005.


PUBLICATIONS
Books


  • Jeremiah. Edited by Carol Dempsey. Wisdom Commentary Series; Liturgical Press, forthcoming 2015.

  • Introducción a la Biblia Hebrea/Antiguo Testamento: Perspectivas Latinoamericanas. Co-edited with Alejandro F. Botta, and Esteban Voth. Editorial Verbo Divino, forthcoming 2013.

ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

  • Pilarski, Ahida E. “A Latina Biblical Critic & A Latina Intellectual: A Person at the Intersection of Gender, Ethnicity, Hermeneutics, and Faith.” In Latino/a and Latin American Biblical Hermeneutics. Edited by Fernando F. Segovia, and Francisco Lozada. SBL Semeia Studies; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, forthcoming 2012.

  • Pilarski, Ahida E. “Los Doce Profetas Menores: Introducción General.” In Introducción a la Biblia Hebrea/Antiguo Testamento: Perspectivas Latinoamericanas. Edited by Alejandro F. Botta, Ahida E. Pilarski, and Esteban Voth. Estella (Navarra), Spain: Editorial Verbo Divino, forthcoming 2012.

  • Introductions to the Minor Prophets for Anselm Academic Study Bible. Edited by Carolyn Osiek; Anselm Academic Press, forthcoming 2012-2013.

  • Pilarski, Ahida E. “A Study of the References to BaT-`ammî in Jer 8:18-9:2(3): A Gendered Lamentation.” In Why? ... How Long? Studies on Voice(s) of Lamentation Rooted in Biblical Hebrew Poetry. Edited by LeAnn Snow Flesher, Carol J. Dempsey, and Mark J. Boda. New York and London: T & T Clark International, 2012.

  • Pilarski, Ahida E. “The Past and Future of Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 41 (2011): 16-23.

  • Pilarski, Ahida E. “Una Transversal en el Pensamiento de Phyllis Bird: Pasos Hacia una Hermenéutica Bíblica Feminista.” In Estudios de Autoras en América Latina, el Caribe y Estados Unidos. Mujeres Haciendo Teología 3. Edited by Virginia R. Azcuy, Mercedes García Bachmann, and Celina A. Lértora Mendoza. Buenos Aires: San Pablo, 2009. 115-134.

  • García Bachmann, Mercedes, and Ahida E. Cama-Calderón. “‘The Other’ and ‘The This’.” Semeia 78 (1997): 161-165. A response written for a special issue on Reading the Bible as Women: Perspectives from Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

REVIEWS AND ABSTRACTS

  • Three short reviews of: (1) Bird, Phyllis Ann. “Israelite Religion and the Faith of Israel’s Daughters: Reflections of Gender and Religious Definition”; (2) Bird, Phyllis Ann. “The Place of Women in the Israelite Cultus”; and (3) Bird, Phyllis Ann. “Translating Sexist Language as a Theological and Cultural Problem.” In Diccionario de Obras de Autoras en América Latina, el Caribe y Estados Unidos. Mujeres Haciendo Teología 1. Edited by Virginia R. Azcuy, Gabriela M. Di Renzo, and Celina A. Lértora Mendoza. Buenos Aires: San Pablo, 2007. 363-364.

  • Bird, Phyllis Ann. Review of The Bible as the Church’s Book, by Ahida E. Pilarski. In Diccionario de Obras de Autoras en América Latina, el Caribe y Estados Unidos. Mujeres Haciendo Teología 1. Edited by Virginia R. Azcuy, Gabriela M. Di Renzo, and Celina A. Lértora Mendoza. Buenos Aires: San Pablo, 2007. 46-49.

  • Bird, Phyllis Ann. Review of Feminism and the Bible: A Critical and Constructive Encounter, by Ahida E. Pilarski. In Diccionario de Obras de Autoras en América Latina, el Caribe y Estados Unidos. Mujeres Haciendo Teología 1. Edited by Virginia R. Azcuy, Gabriela M. Di Renzo, and Celina A. Lértora Mendoza. Buenos Aires: San Pablo, 2007. 49-53.

  • Numerous entries for Old Testament Abstracts (OTA): OTA is a publication of the Catholic Biblical Association of America. It provides indexing and abstracts from professional journals, monographs, and multi-author works. Topics covered include antiquities, archaeology, biblical theology, and philology.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


  • Associate Editor for the journal Biblical Theology Bulletin, 2010-present.

  • Planning Committee of the Society of Biblical Literature Latino/a and Latin American Biblical Hermeneutics, 2010-present.

  • Member of the Editorial Board for the biblical commentary, Wisdom Commentary Series. 60 volumes. Liturgical Press, 2008-present.

  • Co-Convener of the Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics Task Force of the Catholic Biblical Association of America, 2009-present.

  • Participant in the Latin American Research Project Teologanda, 2004-present.

EDITORSHIP

  • Wisdom Commentary Series, Sectional Editor. 60 volumes.


Abstract: The aim of this commentary series is to provide feminist interpretation of every book of the Bible, in serious, scholarly engagement with the whole text from a feminist perspective, not only those texts that explicitly mention women. A central concern is the world in front of the text, that is, how the text is heard and appropriated by women. At the same time, this commentary aims to be faithful to the ancient text, to explicate the world behind the text, where appropriate, and not import contemporary questions onto the ancient texts. The commentary will address not only issues of gender (which are primary in this project), but also those of power, authority, ethnicity, racism, and classism, which all intersect. Each volume will incorporate diverse voices and differing interpretations from different parts of the world, showing the importance of social location in the process of interpretation and that there is no one definitive feminist interpretation of a text.
editorial Board: Barbara Reid (General Editor), Athalya Brenner, Mary Ann Beavis, Linda Day, Carol Dempsey, Mignon Jacobs, Amy-Jill Levine, Linda Maloney, Ahida Pilarski, Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Sarah Tanzer, Seung Ai Yang.
Publisher: Liturgical Press.
Invited to edit nine volumes, and under contract with Liturgical Press. List of volumes and Lead Authors:


    • Meyers, Carol. Exodus.

    • Benjamin, Don. Deuteronomy.

    • Yamada, Frank. Joshua.

    • García-Bachmann, Mercedes. Judges.

    • Melanchton, Monica. 1 Kings.

    • Bergman, Claudia. 2 Kings.

    • Dempsey, Carol. Isaiah.

    • Carvalho, Corine. Ezekiel.

    • Wilkins, Lauress. Joel/Obadiah/Jonah.

Presentations



  • “Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics in Latin America and Tamez.” Society of Biblical Literature (San Francisco, CA; November 2011).

  • “Latina Biblical Hermeneutics.” Catholic Biblical Association of America, Assumption College (Worcester, MA; August 2011).

  • “Expanding Your Teaching Techniques (Engaged Faculty Learning Community 2).” Saint Anselm College’s Teaching, Learning and Technology Conference (May 20, 2011).

  • “Popular Readings of the Bible.” Chair. Society of Biblical Literature (Atlanta, GA; November 2010).

  • “Looking Both Ways: The Past and Future of the Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics.” Invited to present at the Plenary Panel of the Catholic Biblical Association, Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, CA; August 2010).

  • “New Directions in Latino/a Biblical Interpretation: Avoiding the Domestication or Fragmentation of a Cultural Discourse.” Society of Biblical Literature (New Orleans; November 2009).

  • “A Study of the References to BaT-`ammî in Jer 8:18-23: A Gendered Lamentation.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Catholic Biblical Association of America, Creighton University (Omaha, Nebraska; August 2009).

  • “What Does It Mean to Be a Latino/a Critic?" Society of Biblical Literature (Boston, MA; November 2008).

  • “What Makes a Method of Interpretation Feminist?” Society of Biblical Literature (Boston, MA; November 2008).

  • “Esposa(s) Metafórica(s) en el Libro del Profeta Jeremías: Implicaciones Metodológicas y Hermenéuticas.” First Congress of Latin American and German Women Theologians, Universidad Católica (Buenos Aires, Argentina; March 2008).

  • “In Search of Constructive Elements in the Understanding of Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics: A Reflection.” Catholic Biblical Association of America, Santa Clara University (Santa Clara, CA; August 2007).

Awards


  • Selected to participate in one of the Engaged Learning Faculty Learning Communities, Saint Anselm College, 2010-2011.

  • Faculty Humanities Seminar, Saint Anselm College, 2008-2009.

  • Lehrer Fellowship, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 2007.

  • Danker Fellowship, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 2006.

  • Tuition Scholarship, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 1995-2003.

  • International Women’s Scholarship, Catholic Theological Union, 1992-1995.



Professional Membership


  • Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), 1998-present.

  • Catholic Biblical Association of America (CBA), 2005-present.

  • American Association of University Professors (AAUP), 2006-present.

  • Association of Catholic Hispanic Theologians in the United States (ACHTUS), 2009-present.

  • American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), 2010-present.


Languages


  • Excellent Spanish reading, writing and speaking capabilities.

  • Reading knowledge of Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Greek, Aramaic, Latin, German, French, Portuguese, and Italian.



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