Dominic Irudayaraj, SJ, STL, PhD
Scripture: Old Testament
M.Sc. Cyber Technology, St. Joseph’s College
S.T.L. and S.T.D., Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University.
Mon-Fri: 9 AM–12.30 PM and 3.00–4.30 PM
(Other than the class hours)
Or, by Appointment
Current Research Interests
Prophetic Books: Isaiah and Micah
Historical Books: Samuel and Nehemiah
Social Identity, Iconographic, Subaltern and New Historical Readings of Some of the Biblical Texts
Recent & Current Courses
TB 1011: Introduction to the Old Testament and the Pentateuch
TB 2010: Historical Books and Prophets
TB 3011: Wisdom Books
THS 3105: At the Feet of Prophet Isaiah: Resistance and Hope
THS 3403: Information Technology and the Word of God
THE 1407: Creation: Genesis and Computer Science
Violence, Otherness, and Identity in Isaiah 63:1–6: The Trampling One Coming from Edom. LHBOTS 633. London/New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017.
“‘What Is This Evil Thing … Profaning the Sabbath?” A New-Historicist Look at the Sabbath Restrictions in Nehemiah 13:15–22.” Conspectus 23 (April 2017): 99–124.
Review of R. Reed Lessing, Isaiah 56–66, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2017)
“Idol-Taunt and Exilic Identity: A Dalit Reading of Isa 44:9–20.” In Myths of Exile: History and Metaphor in the Hebrew Bible, edited by Anne K. H. Gudme and Ingrid Hjelm,125–136. Copenhagen International Seminar Series. New York: Routledge, 2015.