Contributors

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  • Byron-Gay

    Gay L. Byron Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity ,  Howard University School of Divinity

    Gay L. Byron is Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the Howard University School of Divinity in Washington, DC. Her scholarship focuses on race and ethnicity in the Bible, the origins of Christianity in ancient Ethiopia, and the use of ancient Ethiopic (Ge’ez) sources for the study of the New Testament. She is the author of Symbolic Blackness and Ethnic Difference in Early Christian Literature (Routledge Press) and coeditor of Womanist Interpretations of the Bible: Expanding the Discourse (SBL Press). She teaches courses on race, ethnicity, and the Bible; African American and womanist hermeneutics; Ethiopic manuscripts; and early Ethiopian Christianity.

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  • Cadwallader-Alan

    Alan H. Cadwallader research professor at the Centre for Public and Contextual Theology ,  Charles Sturt University

    Alan H. Cadwallader is a research professor at the Centre for Public and Contextual Theology at Charles Sturt University, Canberra, Australia. He has published many articles and chapters on Colossae, including several inscriptions found at or near the site. He is the coeditor of Colossae in Space and Time (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011), and New Documents Illustrating the History of Early Christianity. Vol. 12: The Lycus Valley (Eerdmans, 2022), and author of Colossae, Colossians, Philemon: The Interface (Eerdmans, 2022).

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  • Calduch-Benages-Nuria

    Nuria Calduch-Benages Professor of Old Testament,  Pontifical Gregorian University

    Nuria Calduch-Benages, born in Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain), is Professor of Old Testament at the Pontifical Gregorian University and Invited Professor at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, Italy. Her research focuses on wisdom literature, deuterocanonical books, especially Sirach, biblical anthropology, biblical metaphors, and women studies. Among other publications, she is author of “Polygamy in Ben Sira?,” in Family and Kinship in the Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature, ed. Angelo Passaro (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2013), 127–38. Reprinted in Nuria Calduch-Benages, For Wisdom’s Sake: Collected Essays on the Book of Ben Sira (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2021).

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  • Dexter Callender

    Dexter Callender Associate Professor,  University of Miami

    Dexter Callender is associate professor of religion at the University of Miami, Florida. He is the author of Adam in Myth and History (Eisenbrauns, 2001). He specializes in myth theory and ancient Near Eastern literature and history.

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