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Master's Thesis Defense for Miranda Lambruschini

A successfull defense for the Theological Studies graduate student
April 29, 2021

Full head shot of Lambruschini holding her printed Masters Thesis in front of a shelf filled with books and souvenirs. She has burgundy long hair and blue eyes. She is wearing glasses and a black shirt with colored polka dot designs.

Miranda Lambruschini, a graduate student in the Department of Theological Studies under the supervision of Dr. André Gagné, successfully defended her Thesis on April 28, 2021.

Titled "A Narrative-Critical Analysis Comparing Select Markan 'Sandwiches' and their Synoptic Parallels", Miranda's thesis provides an analysis of three plotlines in Mark that contain the intercalation structure as well as their synoptic parallels in Matthew and Luke.

The Examining Committee was chaired by Dr. Lucian Turcescu, and composed of Dr. André Gagné, Dr. Christine Jamieson and Dr. Marie-France Dion.

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