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  • Shuichi Hasegawa

    Shuichi Hasegawa Associate Professor,  Rikkyo University

    Shuichi Hasegawa is associate professor of Hebrew Bible and ancient Near East in the Department of Christian Studies, Rikkyo University, Japan. As a member of the staff of the Japanese expedition, he has joined the excavations at Tel En Gev and Tel Rekhesh, Israel. He is the author of Aram and Israel during the Jehuite Dynasty (de Gruyter, 2012) and of articles relating to the books of Kings and the history of ancient Israel.

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  • Christopher B. Hays

    Christopher B. Hays Professor,  Fuller Theological Seminary

    Christopher B. Hays is the D. Wilson Moore Chair of Ancient Near Eastern Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. He is the author of Hidden Riches: A Textbook for the Comparative Study of the Old Testament and the Ancient Near East (Westminster John Knox, 2014) and A Covenant With Death: Death in the Iron Age II and its Rhetorical Uses in Proto-Isaiah (Eerdmans, 2015). He is working on the Isaiah commentary for the Old Testament Library series, having co-translated the book for the Common English Bible.

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  • Chris Heard

    Chris Heard Associate Professor,  Pepperdine University

    Chris Heard is associate professor at Pepperdine University, where he teaches Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and Biblical Hebrew courses. His scholarly work focuses on the use, influence, and impact of the book of Genesis and other narratives from the Hebrew Bible. He is the author of Dynamics of Diselection: Ambiguity in Genesis 12–36 and Ethnic Identity in Post-Exilic Judah (Society of Biblical Literature, 2001).

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  • Helm-Shannon

    Shannon Helm MA student,  Carleton University

    Shannon Helm is an MA student at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. Her research interests include women in the Hebrew Bible, biblical authorship, and ancient Israelite archaeology, with a specific focus on Iron Age I.

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