Jeannie Marie Sellick
- University of Virginia: PhD in Religious Studies, Judaism & Christianity in Antiquity (in progress)
- University of Oxford: Mphil in Late Antique & Byzantine Studies (2015)
- UC San Diego: BA in History (2012)
- Early Christian social & religious history
- Gender & sexuality
- Ascetic and monastic movements of Late Antiquity
The Strongest Seed: Jerome's Fashioning of Ascetic Masculinity in Late Antiquity (in progress)
- "Drunk in Love: Who's Afraid of a Spiritual Marriage?" in The Narrative Self in Early Christianity: Essays in Honor of Judith Perkins. SBL Press: 2019.
- “Open Greek and Latin: Digital Humanities in an Open Collaboration with Pedagogy,” IFLA 2019. Co-author.
- “The Apocalypse of St. John Chrysostom” in New Testament Apocrypha: More Non-Canonical Literatures, Vol. 2, edited by Tony Burke and Brent Landau (forthcoming)
- “Female Bodies, Male Asceticism: Why the Jovinian Controversy Hinges on Female Virginity,” Papers from the workshop Shifting Paradigms in the Study of Jerome at 2019 Oxford Patristics. (forthcoming)