Edward Maza studies Byzantine and Medieval art with a focus on Jewish art and material culture. Before joining the Princeton A&A program, Edward worked as a high school English teacher in Tenafly, NJ. He holds a B.A. from Yale in Art History with a certificate in Education Studies and an MPhil in Hebrew Bible Theology from the University of Oxford with a focus on material culture. In addition to his academic work, Edward teaches and writes on modern and historical Jewish art and identity.
Maza, Edward. "Rewriting Genesis: Biblical Reception and the Case of Barnett Newman", Religion and the Arts 25, 3 (2021): 296–310