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    Sarah Malena Assistant Professor,  St. Mary’s College of Maryland

    Sarah Malena is an assistant professor of history at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She specializes in intercultural relations in the eastern Mediterranean and how interactions impacted social and ideological change. She is the author of “Influential Inscriptions,” in Writing and Scribalism: Authors, Audiences and Text in Social Context, edited by Mark Leuchter (T&T Clark, forthcoming), and “Spice Roots in the Song of Songs,” in Milk and Honey, a collection of essays on ancient Israel and the Bible, which she coedited with David Miano (Eisenbrauns, 2007). Her current project, Fertile Crossroads, focuses on elite exchange networks in the early stages of the Iron Age (ca. 1100-800 BCE) that shaped the developing identities of the Israelites, Philistines, Phoenicians, and others.

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  • Marbury-Herbert

    Herbert R. Marbury associate professor of Hebrew Bible,  Vanderbilt Divinity School

    Herbert R. Marbury is associate professor of Hebrew Bible at Vanderbilt Divinity School. His research centers on how biblical texts come to meaning both in the ancient world and in modern US communities. His first book Imperial Dominion and Priestly Genius(Sopher Press, 2012) focuses on Judah under Persian and Hellenistic imperial domination. His recent book, Pillars of Cloud and Fire: The Politics of Exodus in African American Biblical Interpretation (New York University Press, 2015), recovers trajectories of counter-history in African American biblical interpretation.

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    Mark E. Biddle Russell T. Cherry Professor of Hebrew Bible,  Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond

    Mark E. Biddle, DrTheol was, until it closed, the Russell T. Cherry Profession of Hebrew Bible at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. He has published a dozen books, scores of articles, hundreds of book reviews, and several translated works, including Hermann Gunkel's classic commentary on the book of Genesis (Smyth & Helwys).

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  • martin-dale

    Dale Martin Professor,  Yale University

    Dale Martin is the Woolsey Professor of Religious Studies at Yale University. He specializes in New Testament and Christian origins, including attention to social and cultural history of the Greco-Roman world. His books include: Slavery as Salvation: The Metaphor of Slavery in Pauline Christianity; The Corinthian Body; and Pedagogy of the Bible: an Analysis and Proposal. He currently is working on issues in biblical interpretation, social history and religion in the Greco-Roman world, and sexual ethics. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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