Contributors

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  • Ann E. Killebrew

    Ann E. Killebrew Associate Professor,  Pennsylvania State University

    Ann E. Killebrew is an associate professor of classics and ancient Mediterranean studies, Jewish Studies, and anthropology at the Pennsylvania State University. She has participated in or directed archaeological projects in Israel, Turkey, and Egypt. Her research focuses on the Bronze and Iron Ages in the eastern Mediterranean, ancient ceramic studies, Roman and Byzantine Palestine, and public archaeology. Killebrew is the author of numerous articles and books, including the award-winning Biblical Peoples and Ethnicity (Society of Biblical Literature, 2005), and the co-editor with Gunnar Lehmann of The Philistines and Other “Sea Peoples” in Text and Archaeology (Society of Biblical Literature, 2013).

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  • Ralph W. Klein

    Ralph W. Klein Professor,  Lutheran School of Theology

    Ralph W. Klein, professor of Old Testament at Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago, is the author of numerous books, including Israel in Exile: A Theological Interpretation. (Fortress, 1979; republished by Sigler Press, 2002).

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  • Jennifer Knust

    Jennifer Knust Associate Professor,  Boston University

    Jennifer Knust is associate professor of New Testament and Christian origins at Boston University. She specializes in the literature and history of ancient Christianity with a particular interest in the transmission and reception of sacred texts. She is the author of Abandoned to Lust: Sexual Slander and Ancient Christianity (Columbia University Press, 2005).

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  • Sara Koenig

    Sara Koenig Associate Professor,  Seattle Pacific University

    Sara Koenig is associate professor of biblical studies at Seattle Pacific University. She is the author of Isn’t This Bathsheba? (Wipf & Stock, 2011). She also contributes regularly to workingpreacher.org and is currently working on a book about Bathsheba’s reception history for the University of South Carolina Press.

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