Contributors

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  • Billie Jean Collins

    Billie Jean Collins Adjunct Lecturer,  Emory University

    Billie Jean Collins is an adjunct lecturer in Middle Eastern studies at Emory University. Her research interests include Hittite religion, society, and philology as well as the religions of the ancient Mediterranean world. She has written widely on these topics, including her book The Hittites and Their World (SBL Press, 2007).

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  • Cavan W. Concannon

    Cavan W. Concannon Assistant Professor,  University of Southern California

    Cavan W. Concannon is assistant professor of religion at the University of Southern California.  His research focuses on Paul, early Christianity, and Roman history and archaeology. He is the author of When You Were Gentiles: Specters of Ethnicity in Roman Corinth and Paul’s Corinthian Correspondence (Yale University Press, 2014).

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  • Michael Coogan

    Michael Coogan Director of Publications ,  Harvard Semitic Museum

    Michael Coogan is Director of Publications for the Harvard Semitic Museum and Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Stonehill College. His most recent book is God’s Favorites: Judaism, Christianity, and the Myth of Divine Chosenness (Beacon Press, 2019).

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    Sarah Cook PhD Student,  University of Georgia

    Sarah Cook is a PhD student at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Her research interests include prophecy in the E source, the redaction of the Torah, and translation in the ancient world with a specific focus on the Septuagint translation of the Torah

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