Contributors

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Contributors starting with 'C'

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  • Dexter Callender

    Dexter Callender Associate Professor,  University of Miami

    Dexter Callender is associate professor of religion at the University of Miami, Florida. He is the author of Adam in Myth and History (Eisenbrauns, 2001). He specializes in myth theory and ancient Near Eastern literature and history.

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  • Claudia V. Camp

    Claudia V. Camp Professor,  Texas Christian University

    Claudia V. Camp is the John F. Weatherly Professor of Religion at Texas Christian University. Her work in feminist biblical criticism includes two books that deal specifically with the female images in Proverbs: Wisdom and the Feminine in the Book of Proverbs (Almond/JSOT Press, 1985) and Wise, Strange, and Holy: The Strange Woman and the Making of the Bible (T&T Clark, 2000).

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  • Warren Campbell

    Warren C. Campbell Graduate student,  University of Toronto

    Warren Campbell is a graduate student in New Testament at Wycliffe College of the University of Toronto.

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  • Michael Carasik

    Michael Carasik Lecturer,  University of Pennsylvania

    Michael Carasik teaches Biblical Hebrew at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of Theologies of the Mind in Biblical Israel (Peter Lang, 2006) and The Bible’s Many Voices (University of Nebraska Press, 2014). He is also the creator of The Commentators’ Bible (Jewish Publication Society), an English-language version of the commentaries that appear in traditional Jewish Bibles, which includes the Exodus (2005), Leviticus (2009), Numbers (2011) and Deuteronomy (forthcoming, 2015).

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