Verónica Moreno Arjona, Ph.D candidate
A Few Words About Me
Veronica teaches Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic at the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies. She is responsible for the Open Class of Biblical Hebrew for Spanish speakers and lecturer of further biblical courses, “Exploring the Land of the Bible” and “Discovering the Hebrew Bible”. In her view, one of the greatest satisfactions as a teacher is to share with the students her passion for the biblical languages.
Veronica holds a Master of Arts in “Bible and Ancient Near East” from Rothberg International School (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), with a specialization in Akkadian language. She earned two degrees in “Hebrew Philology” from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), graduated with honors and another in “Journalism” from the same University (UCM). She is currently completing her PhD at the University of Lorraine (France) on the collection of manuscripts from Dead Sea Scrolls known as “Pseudo-Ezekiel” and “Apocryphon of Jeremiah” (4Q383-4Q391).
Veronica has been teaching Biblical Hebrew at the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies since 2011 and Aramaic and further courses related to the Bible since 2016. She also volunteers as an English and Spanish teacher as part of an educational project for the integration of immigrants in Madrid.