Prof. C.L. Crouch (Carly)
Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies
Textual, Systematic, and Historical Studies of Judaism and Christianity
Thematic areas of expertise
- The Hebrew Bible (Christian Old Testament, Jewish Tanakh)
- The history of ancient Israel and Judah from a migration studies perspective
- C. L. Crouch, Israel and Judah Redefined: Migration, Trauma and Empire in the Sixth Century BCE. SOTS Monograph Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021.
- C. L. Crouch (ed.), The Bible and Migration. Special issue of Open Theology 7 (2021): 150-168, 289-316, 401-412, 426-444, 514-530, 590-604, 611-625, 654-669 (133 pp).
- C. L. Crouch (ed.), Forced Migration, Political Power and the Book of Jeremiah. Special issue of Political Theology 19 (2018): 457–536.
- C. L. Crouch and C. A. Strine (eds), Responses to Involuntary Migration in Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Special issue of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 7 (2018): 285–402.
- C. L. Crouch, “Migration in Isaiah.” In Cambridge Companion to Isaiah, ed. C. B. Hays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in press.
- C. L. Crouch, “Migration in Jeremiah.” In The Oxford Handbook to the Bible and Migration, ed. M. Halverson-Taylor and M. Hamilton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, in press.
- C. L. Crouch, “At Home in the City: Migrant Integration in Urban Babylon and Today.” In Meaningful Meetings with Foreigners in the World of the Bible (Festschrift Klaas Spronk). CBET. Leuven: Peeters, 2024. [confidential]
- C. L. Crouch, “Involuntary Migration, Strategies of Identity Construction, and Religious Diversity after 586 BC.” Pages 191–203 in Social Groups behind Biblical Traditions: Identity Perspectives from Egypt, Mesopotamia, Transjordan, Israel and Judah in the Second Temple Period, ed. B. Hensel, B. Adamczewski, and D. Nocquet. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2023.
- C. L. Crouch, “Migration and the Prophetic Imagination.” Pages 53–66 in Global Migration and Christian Faith: Implications for Identity and Mission, ed. M. D. Carroll R. and V. Bacote. Eugene, Or.: Wipf and Stock, 2021.