Katherine Burgett

Katherine Burgett  is a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Program in Religion (New Testament track, Old Testament and Reception History minors). Her dissertation, entitled "'God Has Done What the Law Could Not': The Law's Crisis of Agency in Galatians," Paul's slavery metaphors for the Law in Galatians in their first-century contexts. Katherine has assisted with teaching introductory Old and New Testament courses at Duke Divinity School, as well as a multi-disciplinary course called Religion, Restrictions, Violence. She also works as the Bible tutor in Duke Divinity's Center for Writing and Academic Support. She is currently a Preparing Future Faculty Fellow and is in the process of completing Duke's Certificate in College Teaching.

Katherine holds an M.Div. from Duke Divinity School and a B.A. in Religious Studies and English from Westmont College. She is in the ordination process in the PC(USA), and has spent time serving as the Christian Education Director at a Methodist church in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

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