Dr. Carole Burnett
Adjunct Instructor of Latin and Greek
B.A., Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass.
M.T.S., Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
M.A., The Catholic University of America
Ph.D., The Catholic University of America
Carole Burnett completed the Ph.D. in Early Christian Studies (Greek and Latin Patristics) at The Catholic University of America in 1998. Her dissertation was a critical examination of the writings of Pelagius.
a chapter on pre-modern exegesis for a textbook on the history of Biblical interpretation (An Ecumenical Introduction to the Bible, ed. Michael Gorman, 2005), and a chapter about ancient Christian perspectives on motherhood for the book Children in Late Ancient Christianity (ed. Cornelia Horn and Robert Phenix, 2009). Currently she is editing and contributing a chapter to a forthcoming book entitled Zionism through Christian Lenses. She serves as the Editor of the Fathers of the Church series, published by the Catholic University of America Press. A married layperson, she and her husband have three adult sons.
- Studia Patristica 43(2006)
- “Dysfunction at Diospolis: A Comparative Study of Augustine’s ‘De gestis Pelagii’ and Jerome’s ‘Dialogus adversus Pelagions’,” Augustinian Studies 34.2 (2003) 153-73