I have just been alerted to the publication of this book, which apparently is a collection of Gelardini's essays:
"In the collection entitled
Deciphering the Worlds of Hebrews Gabriella Gelardini gathers
fifteen essays written in the last fifteen years, twelve of which are in
English and three in German. Arranged in three parts (the world
in front of Hebrews’s text), her articles deal with such topics
as structure and intertext, sin and faith, atonement and cult, as well
as space and resistance.
She reads Hebrews no longer as the enigmatic and homeless outsider within the New Testament corpus, as the “Melchizedekian being without genealogy”; rather, she reads Hebrews as one whose origin has finally been rediscovered, namely in Second Temple Judaism."