Click here for published research on the ever-evolving relations between Islam, Christianity, and Judaism authored by participants in our project.
Anti-Judaism versus anti-Semitism: The racialization of Jews in Late Antiquity
Literature Compass 20 (2023), e12698.
Co-produced Religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Katharina Heyden and David Nirenberg
Construction, Performance, and Interpretation of a Shared Holy Place: The Case of Late Antique Mamre (Rāmat al-Khalīl)
Dialogue as a Means of Religious Co-Production: Historical Perspectives
Religions 13 (2022), 150.
Egypt, Empire, and Judaism 650 BC - AD 650
Egypt and Empire. The formation of religious identity after Rome, ed. by Elisabeth R. O'Connell, Leuven: Peeters 2022, 313-322.
Neighboring Faiths – Christianity, Islam, and Judaism in the Middle Ages and Today. Introduction
The University of Chicago Press | Chicago and London 2014, 1-13.
Shared Religious Sites in Late Antiquity - Negotiating Cultural and Ritual Identities in the Eastern Roman Empire
Maureen AttaliKatharina HeydenGaetano Spampinato
ed. by Francesco Massa and Maureen Attali, Basel: Schwabe 2023.
Temple Ruins versus Temple Mount: Constructing Two Distinct Christian and Jewish Spaces in Late Antique Jerusalem
Berlin/New York: De Gruyter 2023.