Daniel Schumann


I studied Protestant Theology (Dipl.) and Jewish Studies at the University of Jena, Leipzig and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2002-2011) and completed my PhD in Theology (New Testament and Ancient Judaism) under the supervision of Prof. Lutz Doering at Münster University in 2018, with a thesis on vows in Ancient Judaism and Earliest Christianity. I’m currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship postholder with a project entitled “A New Methodology for Comparative Analysis of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Cognate Literature.”

Research Areas: 

New Testament and Ancient Judaism 

Research Interests:

New Testament Textual Criticism, Tradition-Historical Comparison, Paul, Second Temple Jewish Literature, Rabbinic Literature



Select Publications

  • Lebensform und Lebensnorm im Antiken Judentum

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  • Rabbinische Texte, Erste Reihe: Die Tosefta. Band III: Seder Naschim Band III,2: Nedarim - Nezirut. Übersetzung und Erklärung

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