Publications and Presentations
Publications: Religious Studies
Treat, Jay. "Song of Songs." In A New English Translation of the Septuagint and the Other Greek Translations Traditionally Included Under That Title. Edited by Albert Pietersma and Benjamin G. Wright. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
____. "A Fiery Dove: The Song of Songs in Codex Venetus 1." In A Multiform Heritage: Studies on Early Judaism and Christianity in Honor of Robert A. Kraft. Edited by Benjamin G. Wright. 275-301. SBL Homage Series 24; Atlanta: Scholars, 1999.
____. "Aquila, Field, and the Song of Songs." In Origen's Hexapla and Fragments: Papers Presented at the Rich Seminar on the Hexapla, Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, 25th July-3rd August 1994. Edited by Alison Salveson. Texte und Studien zum antiken Judentum, 58. Edited by Margin Hengel and Peter Schäfer. 136-176. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1998.
____. "Barnabas, Epistle of." In The Anchor Bible Dictionary. David Noel Freedman, editor-in-chief. Volume 1, 611-614. New York: Doubleday, 1992.
____. "The Two Manuscript Witnesses to the Gospel of Peter." In Society of Biblical Literature 1990 Seminar Papers. Edited by David J. Lull. Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers Series, 29. Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press, 1990.
____. "The Epistle of Barnabas." In Early Christian Reader. Steve Mason, editor. Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson, 2004.
____. Review of P. M. Casey, From Jewish Prophet to Gentile God: The Origins and Development of New Testament Christology (Cambridge, England: James Clarke & Co., 1991). Ioudaios Review 3 (July, 1993): 017. Available online.
Presentations: Religious Studies
Treat, Jay. "Aquila, Field, and the Song of Songs." A paper presented to the Rich Foundation Seminar on the Hexapla at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies. Yarnton, July 28, 1994.
____. "The Enoch Literature in Early Christianity." A response to a paper by James C. VanderKam ("1 Enoch in Early Christian Literature"), in a panel-discussion of the Pseudepigrapha Group at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. Washington, D.C., November 21, 1993.
____. "Computer-Assisted Reconstruction of Fragmentary Manuscripts." A presentation at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature for the Computer-Assisted Research Group. San Francisco, November 23, 1992.
____. "Computer Analysis of Biblical Manuscripts." A presentation at MacAdemia '91, a conference co-hosted by Apple Computer, Inc. and The University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 19, 1991.
____. "The Two Manuscript Witnesses to the Gospel of Peter." A presentation at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature for the Intertextuality in Christian Apocrypha Seminar. New Orleans, November 18, 1990.
Presentations: Computing for the Humanities
Treat, Jay. "Internet Resources for the Study of Judaism and Christianity." A presentation to Ecunet '95. Baltimore, May 22, 1995.
____. "Beyond Walls: A Workshop in Teaching Religious Studies on the Web." A one-day workshop led at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. Denver, November 16, 2001.
Publications: Computing for the Humanities
Treat, Jay. "Ventura Publisher 3.2--A Solid Tool for Text-Intensive Applications." A product review in Bits & Bytes Review: Reviews and News of Products and Resources for Academic Computing, Vol. 2, Num. 8-9 (Winter 1992): 9-15.
____. "Aldus PageMaker 4.2--The First DTP Program Gets Better." A product review in Bits & Bytes Review: Reviews and News of Products and Resources for Academic Computing, Vol. 2, Num. 8-9 (Winter 1992): 16-22.
____. "Two Macintosh Utilities for Transforming Text." A product review in Bits & Bytes Review: Reviews and News of Products and Resources for Academic Computing, Vol. 2, Num. 6-7 (Summer 1991): 37-40.
Software: Computing for the Humanities
Treat, Jay. Transcribe: A Utility for Transforming Text. Latest version 3.2 (© 1994). A utility program (for Macintosh computers) for creating systematic, multiple changes in text-files. Distributed by Linguist's Software and the ccat.sas.upenn.edu gopher.
____. Alexandrinus. A TrueType uncial Greek font for Macintosh computers, modeled after Codex Alexandrinus, for use in the United Bible Societies' new edition of A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament.
Brown, Roy and Jay Treat. MacBible: Software for Bible Study and Research on the Apple Macintosh. Version 2.6. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Electronic Publishing, 1992.