Marieke Dhont's primary research interests pertain to Jewish-Greek literature (including the Septuagint), language variation, style and register in post-classical Greek, and translation and bilingualism in the ancient world. She holds Master’s degrees in Cultural Studies and in Linguistics and Literature from KU Leuven and a doctorate in Theology and Religious Studies (joint degree, UC Louvain and KU Leuven, 2016). Marieke has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at St John’s College in Winnipeg, Canada (2016-17) and Université de Lorraine in Metz, France (2017), before taking up fellowships at the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge (funded by the British Academy, 2018-2021) and Harvard University (funded by the Center for Hellenic Studies, 2020-2021). Her first monograph, Style and Context of Old Greek Job, was published by Brill in 2018. While at the University of Ghent, she contributes to building the database for the EVWRIT project.