Contributors

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  • Alan Lenzi

    Alan Lenzi Associate Professor,  University of the Pacific

    Alan Lenzi is associate professor of religious and classical studies at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. He specializes in the study of first-millennium ancient Near Eastern religious traditions, including the Mesopotamian imperial context of the Hebrew Bible. A number of his publications are accessible at the following URL: http://pacific.academia.edu/AlanLenzi.

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    G. Brooke Lester Assistant Professor,  Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

    G. Brooke Lester is assistant professor of Hebrew Scriptures and director of digital learning at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary (Evanston, Illinois). He studies innerbiblical allusion, or the ways in which biblical texts intentionally evoke other biblical texts. He is author of Understanding Bible by Design: Construct Courses with Purpose (Fortress, 2014).

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  • Amy-Jill Levine

    Amy-Jill Levine Professor,  Vanderbilt Divinity School

    Amy-Jill Levine is University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, Mary Jane Werthan Professor of Jewish Studies, and Professor of New Testament Studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School and College of Arts and Science in Nashville, TN; she also Affiliated Professor, Woolf Institute, Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge UK and in spring, 2019, teaching at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome.


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  • Bernard M. Levinson

    Bernard M. Levinson Professor,  University of Minnesota

    Bernard M. Levinson is professor of classical and Near Eastern studies and of law at the University of Minnesota, where he holds the Berman Family Chair in Jewish Studies and Hebrew Bible. His research focuses on biblical and cuneiform law, textual reinterpretation in the Second Temple period, and the relation of the Bible to Western intellectual history. Most recently, he spent the 2012–13 academic year at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies in Jerusalem, where he codirected an international research team on a project entitled “Convergence and Divergence in Pentateuchal Theory: Bridging the Academic Cultures of Israel, North America, and Europe.”

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