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  • Joel M. LeMon

    Joel M. LeMon Assistant Professor,  Emory University

    Joel M. LeMon works primarily on the book of Psalms and its relationship to the history, literature, and art of the ancient Near East. He is the author of Yahweh’s Winged Form in the Psalms (Academic Press, 2010) and the coeditor of Method Matters (with Kent H. Richards, Society of Biblical Literature, 2009) and Image, Text, Exegesis (with Izaak de Hulster, T&T Clark, 2014). He is assistant professor of Old Testament at the Candler School of Theology, Emory University.

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  • Tracy M. Lemos

    Tracy M. Lemos Associate Professor,  Huron University College at Western University

    Tracy M. Lemos is associate professor of Hebrew Bible and ancient Near Eastern language and literature in the Faculty of Theology of Huron University College at Western University in London, Ontario. She is the author of Marriage Gifts and Social Change in Ancient Palestine: 1200 BCE to 200 CE (Cambridge University Press, 2010). She has also published articles on shame, gender, and violence in the Journal of Biblical Literature and various edited volumes.

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  • Alan Lenzi

    Alan Lenzi Associate Professor,  University of the Pacific

    Alan Lenzi is associate professor of religious and classical studies at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. He specializes in the study of first-millennium ancient Near Eastern religious traditions, including the Mesopotamian imperial context of the Hebrew Bible. A number of his publications are accessible at the following URL:

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  • Leonard-Jeffery

    Jeffery Leonard Associate professor of Biblical Studies ,  Samford University

    Jeffery Leonard (PhD, Brandeis University) is associate professor of Biblical Studies at Samford University in Birmingham. He is the author of Creation Rediscovered: Finding New Meaning in an Ancient Story and various articles in the Journal of Biblical Literature, the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, and other venues. His research interests include inner-biblical allusion, source criticism, and creation traditions.

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