Marieke Dhont is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge. She obtained master’s degrees in Classics and in Cultural Studies and a doctorate in Religious Studies from KU Leuven (Belgium). She specializes in Hellenistic Judaism and Jewish multilingualism in antiquity, focusing in particular on Jewish literature in Greek. Her doctoral research, published as Style and Context of Old Greek Job (Brill 2018), deals with the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible, and the ways we can understand the style and translation technique of the Septuagint within the literary context of Jews engaging in Greek. Marieke has co-edited volumes on The Septuagint within the History of Greek (Journal for the Study of Judaism) and Textual Plurality Beyond the Biblical Text (Revue de Qumrân) and is currently co-editing the T&T Clark Companion to Hellenistic Jewish Literature in Greek. While at CHS, she will work on her second monograph which focuses on language and cultural identity in extrabiblical Jewish literature in Greek from the third to the first century BCE.