Contributors

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  • Bernhard Lang

    Bernhard Lang Emeritus Professor,  University of Paderborn

    Bernhard Lang is emeritus professor of Old Testament and religious studies at the University of Paderborn, Germany. He is author of Joseph in Egypt: A Cultural Icon from Grotius to Goethe (Yale University Press, 2009) and Hebrew Life and Literature (Ashgate, 2008).

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  • Kasper Bro Larsen

    Kasper Bro Larsen Associate Professor,  Aarhus University

    Kasper Bro Larsen is associate professor of New Testament Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark. He is author of Recognizing the Stranger: Recognition Scenes in the Gospel of John (Leiden, 2008) and editor of The Gospel of John as Genre Mosaic (Göttingen, 2015).

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    Leann C. Pace Visiting Associate Professor,  Wake Forest University

    Leann C. Pace is a Visiting Associate Professor at Wake Forest University teaching in the Department for the Study of Religions and in the School of Divinity. She is a senior staff member for the Chicago-Tübingen Expedition to Zincirli and the director of the field school at the Tell Keisan Excavations. 

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    Dorothy Lee Frank Woods Professor of New Testament in the University of Divinity and Head of the Theological School at Trinity College, Melbourne,  Theological School at Trinity College, Melbourne

    Dorothy A. Lee is the Frank Woods Professor of New Testament in the University of Divinity and Head of the Theological School at Trinity College, Melbourne. She is the author of Flesh and Glory: Symbol, Gender and Theology in the Gospel of John (Crossroad, 2002), “The Gospel of John” (pages 709-34 in The New Interpreter’s Bible: One Volume Commentary, edited by B.R. Gaventa & D. Petersen, Abingdon, 2010), and Hallowed in Truth and Love: Spirituality in the Johannine Literature (Wipf & Stock, 2012).

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