Prof dr Bruce Malina

Prof dr Bruce Malina
Creighton University, Omaha, NE, United States

Bruce J. Malina is Professor of Biblical Studies at Creighton University, Omaha. He has studied in the U.S. and abroad (Rome, Jerusalem) and has degrees in philosophy, theology and biblical studies. He received an honorary doctorate from the University of St Andrew in Scotland (1995). He was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Oslo (1986), visiting professor at the University of Naples (1990), researcher at the Consejo Superior de Investigacciones Cientificas, Madrid (1991), and visiting professor at the University of Stellenbosch (1994). He is associate editor of Biblical Theology Bulletin and Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series. His books include: The New Testament World: Insights from Cultural Anthropology (Atlanta: John Knox 1981; Rev. ed. 1993); Christian Origins and Cultural Anthropology (Atlanta: John Knox 1986); with Jerome H. Neyrey, Calling Jesus Names: The Social Value of Labels in Matthew (Sonoma: Polebridge, 1988); with Richard L. Rohrbaugh, Social Science Commentary on the Synoptics (Minneapolis: Augsburg/Fortress, 1992); Windows on the World of Jesus (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1993); On the Genre and Message of Revelation: Star Visions and Sky Journeys (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson 1995); The Social World of Jesus and the Gospels (London: Routledge, 1996); with John Pilch as coeditor, Handbook of Biblical Social Values, Peabody: Hendrickson, 1998. with Richard L. Rohrbaugh, Social Science Commentary on the Gospel of John (Minneapolis: Augsburg/Fortress, 1998); (with John J. Pilch) Social Science Commentary on the Letters of Paul: The Authentic Letters. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. 2006; Timothy: St Paulís Closest Associate. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press. 2008; with John J. Pilch) Social Science Commentary on the Book of Acts. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. 2008; Bruce Malina et al., Explorando nuevos senderos: Acercamientos al Nuevo Testamento desde las ciencias sociales.(Estudios Biblicos Mexicanos). Tlalpan: Universidad de Mexico, 2009. Some of these works have been translated into Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese and Afrikaans.