Dr Joynes has directed the Centre for Reception History of the Bible at the University of Oxford since it was founded in 2002. She is a New Testament scholar with a particular interest in the reception history of the Gospels. She is presently writing the Blackwell Bible Commentary Mark Through the Centuries, and has written many articles exploring the impact of the Bible on art, music and literature. She is co-chair of ‘The Bible and Visual Art’ section at the Society of Biblical Literature as well as a steering committee member of the ‘Use, Influence and Impact of the Bible’ section.
2012. ‘Spot the Difference: Young men, Angels and the Risen Christ at the Empty Tomb’ Biblical Reception 1: 3-20.
2012. ‘Still at the Margins? Gospel Women and their Afterlives’ in Radical Christian Voices & Practice: Essays in Honour of Christopher Rowland (eds. Z. Bennett and D.B. Gowler), 117-135.
2013. ‘A Place for Pushy Mothers?: Visualizations of Christ Blessing the Children’ Biblical Reception 2:117-133.
2014. ‘Changing Horizons: Reflections on a Decade at Oxford University’s Centre for Reception History of the Bible’ Journal of the Bible and its Reception 1 (1): 161-71.