Contributors

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  • sheinfeld-shayna

    Shayna Sheinfeld Honorary Research Fellow ,  Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (The University of Sheffield).

    Shayna Sheinfeld is Honorary Research Fellow at the Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (The University of Sheffield). Her current research projects include a textbook on women in ancient Judaism and Christianity and a monograph on the diversity of Jewish leadership in the first three centuries CE.

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  • Sarah Shectman

    Sarah Shectman Academic Editor,  Freelance

    Sarah Shectman is a scholar and editor living in San Francisco, California. She is the author of Women in the Pentateuch: A Feminist and Source-Critical Analysis (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2009). Her current research focuses on gender in the priestly material of the Pentateuch. She is the cofounder of SBAllies (sballies.org).

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  • Phillip Michael Sherman

    Phillip Michael Sherman Assistant Professor,  Maryville College

    Phillip Michael Sherman is assistant professor of religion at Maryville College (Maryville, Tennessee). He is the author of Babel’s Tower Translated: Genesis 11 and Ancient Jewish Interpretation and is currently at work on a book exploring how the authors of the Bible thought about animals.

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    Elizabeth E. Shively Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies ,  University of St. Andrews

    Elizabeth E. Shively is Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies at the University of St Andrews and is the author of “The Servant(s) in the Gospel of Mark and the Exegetical Formation of Early Christian Identity” in M. Lyons and J. Stromberg eds., Isaiah’s Servants in Early Judaism and Christianity (Mohr Siebeck, 2021).

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