Assistant Professor of New Testament, Boston University School of Theology
Field of Study: Biblical Studies
Luis Menéndez-Antuña is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Boston University School of Theology. His current research explores the queer and postcolonial afterlives of the biblical texts. He has published his research on journals such as Estudios Eclesiásticos, Ilu. Revista de Ciencias de las Religiones, Biblical Interpretation, Journal of Religious Ethics, Early Christianity, and Critical Research on Religion. His first monograph on Revelation, Thinking Sex with the Great Whore: Deviant Sexualities and Empire in the Book of Revelation (Routledge) offers an emancipatory reading of Revelation 17-18 using postcolonial and queer historiographies to explore the paths for identity formation in Biblical texts. His second proposed monograph explores different theoretical and hermeneutical developments in New Testament Studies after the Cultural Studies Turn.