Contributors

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  • Jutta Jokiranta

    Jutta Jokiranta Lecturer,  University of Helsinki

    Jutta Jokiranta is a university lecturer in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies at the University of Helsinki, Department of Biblical studies. She is the author of Social Identity and Sectarianism in the Qumran Movement (Brill, 2013).

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  • Brian Jones

    Brian C. Jones Professor,  Wartburg College

    Brian C. Jones is a professor of religion at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, where he teaches courses in Bible, theology, and science and religion. His published works include books and essays on Isaiah, Wisdom Literature, and historical geography.

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  • joseph-alison

    Alison L. Joseph Adjunct Assistant Professor of Bible and Its Interpretation,  Jewish Theological Seminary.

    Alison L. Joseph is the assistant managing editor of The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization and an adjunct assistant professor of Bible and its Interpretation at the Jewish Theological Seminary. Her first book Portrait of the Kings: The Davidic Prototype in Deuteronomistic Poetics received the 2016 Manfred Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise. She is currently working on a book on the Dinah story in Gen 34, dealing with the role of gender in the prohibitions against intermarriage and the women’s sexual consent (or lack thereof).

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  • Brigitte Kahl

    Brigitte Kahl Professor,  Union Theological Seminary

    Brigitte Kahl is professor of New Testament at Union Theological Seminary in New York. A native of East Germany, her research interests include the relationship between the New Testament and the Roman Empire. Her most recent book is Galatians Re-Imagined: Reading with the Eyes of the Vanquished (Fortress Press, 2010).

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