Sean Adams is interested in mapping the literary and cultural relationships between the New Testament and the wider Graeco-Roman world. He is currently investigating Jewish Greek educational practices and their importance for New Testament interpretation. Sean has published on a range of topics including the ancient letter form, interpretive issues in Luke-Acts, ancient genre theory, and the Septuagint. His new monograph is expected in the Summer of 2013:

The Genre of Acts and Collected Biography (SNTSMS; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2013).

Other Selected Publications:

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