Contributors

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  • Mary Foskett

    Mary Foskett Professor,  Wake Forest University

    Mary Foskett is a professor at Wake Forest University and the director of its Humanities Institute. Her primary research interest is in contemporary approaches to New Testament interpretation, especially feminist and culturally contextualized interpretations of biblical texts and traditions. Her publications include A Virgin Conceived: Mary and Classical Representations of Virginity and Ways of Being, Ways of Reading: Asian American Biblical Interpretation, co-edited with Jeffrey Kah-Jin Kuan.

     

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  • Norma Franklin

    Norma Franklin Associate Fellow,  W. F. Albright Institute

    Norma Franklin is a research associate at the Zinman Institute of Archaeology at the University of Haifa and an associate fellow at the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem. Codirector of the Jezreel Expedition, Franklin is a field archaeologist with a particular interest in the northern kingdom of Israel and its three key cities: Samaria, Megiddo, and Jezreel.

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  • Paula Fredrikson

    Paula Fredriksen Distinguished Visiting Professor,  Hebrew University

    Paula Fredriksen is the Aurelio Professor of Scripture emerita at Boston University, and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. She has authored seven books on Christian origins and on pagan-Jewish-Christian relations in the Roman empire and was a featured speaker in the PBS television special, From Jesus to Christ.

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  • Sean Freyne

    Sean Freyne Emeritus Professor,  Trinity College

    Sean Freyne (1935-2013) was professor of theology (emeritus) at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

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