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  • Erasmus Gass

    Erasmus Gass Professor,  University and Theological Faculty of Trier

    Erasmus Gass is professor of Bible at the Theological Faculty of Trier, Germany. He is the author of Die Moabiter: Geschichte und Kultur eines ostjordanischen Volkes im 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr. (Harrassowitz, 2009) and “New Moabite Inscriptions and Their Historical Relevance.”

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    Jeffrey Geoghegan Gretchen Stroschein Thomson Chair in History,  The Bishop’s School

    Dr. Jeffrey Geoghegan received his PhD in History from the University of California, San Diego, and has taught history and religion for the past twenty years at several universities, including UCSD, Boston College, and the University of San Diego. He currently teaches at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, California, where he holds the Gretchen Stroschein Thomson Chair in History, and is the author or coauthor of a number of books and articles on the Bible, including The Nine Commandments (Doubleday), The Time, Place, and Purpose of the Deuteronomistic History (Brown University), and The Bible for Dummies (Wiley).

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    Gerald O. West Professor,  University of KwaZulu-Natal

    Gerald O. West teaches Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and African Biblical Hermeneutics in the School of Religion, Philosophy, and Classics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. He is Director of the Ujamaa Centre for Community Development and Research, a project in which socially engaged biblical scholars and ordinary African readers of the Bible from poor, working-class, and marginalized communities collaborate for social transformation. Among his publications are: The Academy of the Poor: Towards a Dialogical Reading of the Bible (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999); Reading Other-Wise: Socially Engaged Biblical Scholars Reading with Their Local Communities (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007); The Stolen Bible: From Tool of Imperialism to African Icon (Leiden: Brill; Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications, 2016).

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  • Stephen Germany

    Stephen Germany Ph.D. Student,  Emory University

    Stephen Germany is a Ph.D. student in the Graduate Division of Religion at Emory University. His research focuses on the representation and interpretation of Israel’s early history in the Hebrew Bible and in Early Jewish literature, and his broader interests include the formation of the Pentateuch and Former Prophets, ancient Israelite religion, and Judaism in the Second Temple period.

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