Contributors

Meet Bible Odyssey Website contributors and find out more about their research and publications.

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  • Brennan Breed

    Brennan Breed Assistant Professor,  Columbia Theological Seminary

    Brennan Breed is assistant professor of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary. Much of his research focuses on the reception history of the Bible, which studies the ways in which biblical texts function in diverse contexts in liturgy, theology, visual art, literature, and politics.

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  • Athalya Brenner

    Athalya Brenner Professor,  University of Amsterdam; Tel Aviv University; University of Stellenbosch

    Athalya Brenner is professor emerita of Hebrew Bible/OldTestament in the Univeristy of Amsterdam, the Netherlands; professor in biblical studies at the Department of Hebrew Culture Studies at Tel Aviv University, Israel; and Extraordinary Professor at the University of Stellenbosch. Among her publications are I Am: Biblical Women Tell Their Own Stories (Fortress Press, 2005) and Performing Memory in Biblical Narrative and Beyond, edited with Frank Polak (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009).

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  • Marc Zvi Brettler

    Marc Zvi Brettler Professor,  Brandeis University

    Marc Zvi Brettler is the Dora Golding Professor of Biblical Studies at Brandeis University. He is author of How to Read the Jewish Bible (Oxford, 2007) and co-editor of The New Oxford Annotated Bible, The Jewish Study Bible, and The Jewish Annotated New Testament.

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  • davidson-brian

    Brian W. Davidson Doctoral Student,  Southern Seminary

    Brian W. Davidson is an Old Testament doctoral student at Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY. His research focuses on the languages and textual history of the Old Testament. Brian also teaches Greek, Latin, logic, and rhetoric at Highlands Latin School in Louisville.

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