Lecturer in Greek and Latin
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Juditha J. Oosterhuis-den Otter was born in Vinkeveen on 3 March 1963. After graduating from secondary school (Hermann Wesselink College Amstelveen) in 1981, she studied Greek and Latin Language and Culture at the VU University Amsterdam from 1981 to 1989. She specialised in the Ancient Christian Greek and Latin languages and literature and prepared a critical edition of De Fide (CPG 4206) of Severian of Gabala for her final paper.
After completing her studies, she moved with her husband to Zimbabwe. There she taught the English Language and Bible Knowledge at Domborembavha Secondary School (Gutu district) from May 1990 to February 1993. Back in the Netherlands, she taught Latin and/or Greek at the following schools and universities: Stedelijke Sgs. Maastricht (September 1993 - January 1994), RK Sgs. Sophianum Gulpen (January 1994 - May 1994), Sgs. St. Michiel Geleen (November 1994 - December 1994), Jeanne d’Arc College Maastricht (August 1995 - October 1996 and August 1999 - August 2000), Raayland College Venray (September 1997 - August 1998), Dendron College Horst (September 1997 - August 1999), Gereformeerde sgs Greijdanus Zwolle (February 2002 - August 2005 and August 2008 - August 2011) and Theological University Kampen (September 2005 - December 2007). From September 2005 up to the present she has worked as a lecturer in Greek and Latin at the Theological University Apeldoorn. On 16 December, 2015, she graduated from the VU Amsterdam with a thesis entitled ‘Four Pseudo-Chrysostomian Homilies on Job (CPG4564, BHG 939d-g), Transmission, Critical edition, and Translation.’