Contributors

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

  • Tillema-Aron

    Aron Tillema PhD student in Ancient Mediterranean Religions,  University of California, Davis

    Aron Tillema is a PhD student in Ancient Mediterranean Religions at the University of California, Davis. Broadly, his research interests include metacriticism of the Hebrew Bible, gender and sexuality, semiotics, and the role of humor in authoritative texts.

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  • Tinklenberg-Jessica

    Jessica Tinklenberg Program Director of the Claremont Colleges Center for Teaching and Learning ,  Claremont Colleges

    Jessica Tinklenberg is the Program Director of the Claremont Colleges Center for Teaching and Learning in Claremont, CA. Her PhD from Florida State University focused on constructions of masculinity among the writings of Hellenistic Jewish authors, and much of her subsequent writing has been about the intersection of biblical stories, gender, and popular culture.

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  • tobolowsky-andrew

    Andrew Tobolowsky Assistant Professor ,  William & Mary

    Andrew Tobolowsky is an Assistant Professor in the Religious Studies department at William & Mary. He is the author of The Sons of Jacob and the Sons of Herakles: The History of the Tribal System and the Organization of Biblical Identity (Mohr Siebeck, 2017).

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  • Samuel Tongue

    Samuel Tongue Lecturer,  University of Glasgow

    Samuel Tongue is associate lecturer and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Glasgow and coeditor (with A. K. M. Adam) of Looking Through a Glass Bible: Postdisciplinary Biblical Interpretations from the Glasgow School (Brill, 2014).

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