Contributors

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

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  • Eric M. Orlin

    Eric M. Orlin Professor,  University of Puget Sound

    Eric M. Orlin is professor of classics at the University of Puget Sound, teaching courses on Roman history and religion. He is the author of Temples, Religion and Politics in the Roman Republic (1997) and Foreign Cults in Rome: Creating a Roman Empire (2010), in addition to articles on religion during the Roman republic and the age of Augustus. He is currently serving as general editor for the Routledge Dictionary of Ancient Mediterranean Religions.

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  • Carolyn Osiek

    Carolyn Osiek Professor emirita,  Brite Divinity School

    Carolyn Osiek is Charles Fischer Catholic Professor of New Testament (emerita) at Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University. She is author or editor of twelve books and many articles and a past president of the Society of Biblical Literature (2005).

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  • pace-leanne

    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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  • Elaine Pagels

    Elaine Pagels Professor,  Princeton University

    Elaine Pagels is the Harrington Spear Paine Foundation Professor of Religion at Princeton University. She is the author of The Gnostic Gospels, and more recently of Revelations (Penguin, 2013).

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