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  • Brian Rainey

    Brian Rainey Associate Professor,  Princeton Theological Seminary

    Brian Rainey is associate professor of Old Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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  • Raquel-Sylvie

    Sylvie Raquel Professor of Biblical Studies,  Trinity International University

    Dr. Sylvie Raquel is Professor of Biblical Studies. She has taught at Trinity International University for almost two decades. She enjoys mentoring her students academically by involving them in research and academic presentations.

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  • Rath-Julia

    Julia Rath doctoral candidate,  Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg

    Julia Rath is doctoral candidate at Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg, Germany. Her research focuses on the Septuagint and the literature of the Second Temple Period. She studies Latin philology, Catholic theology, and educational studies and is the author of the article “Exile and Diaspora in the Psalms of Solomon,” in Psalms of Solomon (Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming). Currently, she works on a ThD thesis concerning Ps. Sol. 9 as part of the Psalms of Solomon.

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  • Rawson-A Paige

    A. Paige Rawson Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion,  Wingate University

    A. Paige Rawson is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Wingate University in Wingate, N.C. She is the author of “(Re)Membering Samson OtherWise: Resistance, Revolution, and Relationality in a Rastafari Reading of Judges 13-16,” in Human Rights, Race and Resistance in the African Diaspora (2016). Her research eschews traditional Western European methodologies in favor of the oraliturary interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, Africana and Afro-Caribbean epistemologies, and Affect and Queer theories.

     

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