Kathleen Troost-Cramer

Visiting Faculty

Contact Information:


St. Catherine of Siena Hall 026


Ph.D. - Boston University

Brief Biography:

After earning my M.A. in theology from PC, I went on to earn my Ph.D. in biblical studies from Boston University School of Theology in 2016. In addition to teaching full-time at PC, I have taught online courses for the Diocese of Providence, the University of Notre Dame, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I am also a life-professed Lay Dominican with a passion for playing traditional Celtic fiddle tunes.

Area(s) of Expertise:

The New Testament and the Jewish roots of Christianity, particularly in terms of temple worship and specifically as expressed in the Gospel of John.

Selected Publications:

Troost-Cramer, K. (2017) Jesus as Means and Locus of Worship in the Fourth Gospel: Sacrifice and Worship Space in John. Eugene, OR: Pickwick

Troost-Cramer, K. (2016) De-Centralizing the Temple: A Rereading of Romans 15:16. .72-101.

Detailed CV