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Biography

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Ancient History. My doctorate, "Space, Emotion, and the Feminine 'Other' in Ezekiel 16," explores how space and emotion interact in the biblical text to characterise Jerusalem. My research interests include Late Antique Christianity, gender studies, cognitive linguistics, and the History of Emotions in the Hebrew Bible. 

In 2016 I was awarded a Master of Research from Macquarie University for my thesis "Cross-Dressers, Characterisation, and Castrated Men in Late Antique Hagiography". The thesis won the Patricia Geidans Prize for the best thesis in the Master of Research program in the broad area of Early Christian and Jewish studies. 

In 2017 I taught Hebrew A and Hebrew B at Macquarie University. In recognition of my teaching expertise I was awarded Fellow status by the Higher Education Academy in February 2018.

 

Grants

2017    Departmental HDR Research Project Funding, Macquarie University ($1712)

2017    Wolf Family Scholarship, Macquarie University ($2500)

2017    Macquarie University Research Training Program Scholarship, Macquarie University ($26,682 per annum for 3 years)

2016    Society for the Study of Early Christianity Travel Grant, Macquarie University ($500)

2016    Macquarie University Research Training Pathway Scholarship (at APA rate), Macquarie University ($26,682)

2015    Macquarie University Research Training Pathway Scholarship, Macquarie University ($8000)

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Eunuch Arts & Humanities
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Metonymy Arts & Humanities

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Research Outputs 2016 2017

Embracing and resisting alterity: gendered characterisation in the different versions of the Life of Anastasia as a response to the "otherness" of the cross-dressing saint

Mylonas, N., 2017, AEMA 12: conference programme and abstracts. Australian Early Medieval Association

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference abstractResearch

Erasing alterity: gendered characterisation in the different versions of Vita Anastasiae

Mylonas, N., 2017, In : Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association. 13, p. 19-46 28 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Alterity
Cross-dressing
Saints
Heroine
Eunuch
Eunuch
Prostitutes
Focalization
Paradox
Saints

Angry men and scared women: the intersection of gender and emotion in the Hebrew Bible

Mylonas, N., 2016.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractResearch

Emotion
Israelite
Hebrew Bible
Emotional Response
Conceptualization

Speaking to one's heart: דבר and its semantic extension

Mylonas, N., Llewelyn, S. & Wearne, G., 2016, In : Journal of Hebrew scriptures. 16, p. 1-26 26 p., 7.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Metonymy
Nouns
Cognitive Linguists
Grammaticalization
Contextual

Prizes

Activities 2017 2017

  • 1 Publication Peer-review

Journal of Hebrew scriptures (Journal)

Natalie Mylonas (Reviewer)
24 Jun 201731 Jul 2017

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workPublication Peer-review