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  • Levinson-Hanne

    Hanne Løland Levinson assistant professor ,  University of Minnesota

    Hanne Løland Levinson is assistant professor in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies at the University of Minnesota. Her first book, Silent or Salient Gender? The Interpretation of Gendered God-Language in the Hebrew Bible, Exemplified in Isaiah 42, 46, and 49 (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2008), received the John Templeton Award for Theological Promise. Her next book is forthcoming with Cambridge University Press in 2021 and is called The Death Wish in the Hebrew Bible: Rhetorical Strategies for Survival.

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  • Tod Linafelt

    Tod Linafelt Professor,  Georgetown University

    Tod Linafelt is professor of biblical literature in the Theology Department at Georgetown University in Washington DC, and is a recent holder of the Cardin Chair in the Humanities in the English Department at Loyola College in Maryland.  He is co-author, with Walter Brueggemann, of An Introduction to the Old Testament (Westminster John Knox, 2012).

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  • Hilary Lipka

    Hilary Lipka Instructor,  University of New Mexico

    Hilary Lipka is an instructor in the Religious Studies Department at the University of New Mexico. She is the author of Sexual Transgression in the Hebrew Bible (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006).

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  • Ina Lipkowitz

    Ina Lipkowitz Lecturer,  Massuchusetts Institute of Technology

    Ina Lipkowitz is a lecturer in the Department of Literature at MIT where she teaches literature and biblical studies. She is the author of Words to Eat By: Five Foods and the Culinary History of the English Language (St. Martin’s Press, 2011). She is also involved in interfaith education and works with temples, churches, and mosques, introducing Jews, Christians, and Muslims to each other's faiths.

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