PUBLICATIONS


Peer-Reviewed Articles

Andrew J. Patton, “Direct Copying in a Group of Gospel Manuscripts with Catenae,” New Testament Studies 69 No. 4 (2023): 445–461. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0028688523000206.

Andrew J. Patton, “Unchaining the Scriptures,” TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism 28 (2023): 131–148. http://www.jbtc.org/v28/TC-2023_Patton.pdf.

Clark Bates, Gavriil-Ioannis Boutziopoulos, Panagiota Mantouvalou, Jacopo Marcon, Georgi Parpulov, and Andrew J. Patton, “Greek Manuscripts in Birmingham: A Catalogue,” Byzantine Review 4 No. 1 (2022): 1–36. https://doi.org/10.17879/byzrev-2022-3810

Andrew J. Patton, “Greek Catenae and the ‘Western’ Order of the Gospels,” Novum Testamentum 64 (2022): 115–129. DOI:10.1163/15685365-bja10012

Chapters in Edited Volumes

Andrew J. Patton, “The Fragmentation and Digital Reconstruction of a Greek Lectionary: GA Lect 2434,” in That Nothing May Be Lost: Fragments and the New Testament Text: Papers from the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New TestamentTexts and Studies 3.29 (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2022), 39–68.

Edited Books

Clark R. Bates, Jacopo Marcon, Andrew J. Patton, and Emanuele Scieri, eds. That Nothing May Be Lost: Fragments and the New Testament Text: Papers from the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New TestamentTexts and Studies 3.29 (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2022).

Introductions

Andrew J. Patton and Clark. R. Bates, “Special Feature: Decentralizing the Biblical Text in Greek New Testament Manuscripts,” TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism (2023): 127–130. http://www.jbtc.org/v28/TC-2023_PattonBates.pdf.

Reviews

Andrew J. Patton, review of The First Biography of Jesus: Genre and Meaning in Mark’s Gospel, by Helen K. Bond, Reading Religion. https://readingreligion.org/9780802874603/the-first-biography-of-jesus/.

Andrew J. Patton with Joseph D. Fantin, review of To Cast the First Stone: The Transmission of a Gospel Story, by Jennifer Knust and Tommy Wasserman, Bibliotheca Sacra 78 (2021): 116–118.

Presentations


Andrew J. Patton, “Direct Copies and Greek New Testament Catena Manuscripts,” Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (18 November 2023: San Antonio, TX, United States).

Andrew J. Patton, “Direct Copying in a Group of Gospel Manuscripts with Catenae,” Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (March 2023: Birmingham, United Kingdom).

Andrew J. Patton, “The Multiplicity of Catenae and Critical Editions,” Collecting—Presenting—Studying—Transmitting: The Scriptural Interpretation of Early Church Authors in Old Manuscripts and New Databases, organized by the Expositiones in Psalmos project (March 2023: Vienna, Austria).

Andrew J. Patton, “The Usefulness of Paratextual and Codicological Studies for New Testament Textual Criticism,” Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (22 November 2022: Denver, CO, United States).

Andrew J. Patton, “The Development of the Catenae on Luke,” 24th International Congress of Byzantine Studies (23 August 2022: Venice, Italy).

Andrew J. Patton, “Rightly Dividing the Fathers’ Words,” International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (21 July 2022: Salzburg, Austria).

Andrew J. Patton, “Between Attribution and Anonymity: The ἐξ ἀνεπίγραφου Scholia in Greek Catenae on the Gospels,” European Association of Biblical Studies Annual Conference (6 July 2022: Toulouse, France).

Andrew J. Patton, “Unchaining the Scriptures,” Decentralising the Scriptures in Biblical Manuscript Formation, organized by the CATENA project (14 March 2022: Birmingham, United Kingdom).

Andrew J. Patton, “Greek Catenae and the ‘Western’ Order of the Gospels,” Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (23 November 2021: San Antonio, TX, United States).

Andrew J. Patton, “The Fragmentation and Digital Reconstruction of a Greek Lectionary: GA Lect 2434,” Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (25 March 2021: Birmingham, United Kingdom; virtual): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H9wIESDCE8.

Organizing


“Decentralising the Scriptures in Biblical Manuscript Formation,” workshop co-organized with Clark R. Bates, sponsored by CATENA (14 March 2022: Birmingham, United Kingdom).