Contributors

Meet Bible Odyssey Website contributors and find out more about their research and publications.

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  • Victor H. Matthews

    Victor H. Matthews Professor,  Missouri State University

    Victor H. Matthews is a professor of religious studies and dean of the College of Humanities and Public Affairs at Missouri State University. Among his publications are Studying the Ancient Israelites: A Guide to Sources and Methods (Baker Academic, 2007), Manners and Customs in the Bible (3rd ed., Baker Academic, 2006), and A Brief History of Ancient Israel (Westminster John Knox, 2002).

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  • mbuvi-amanda

    Amanda Mbuvi Assistant Professor of Religion,  High Point University

    Amanda Mbuvi is Assistant Professor of Religion at High Point University. She approaches biblical studies from an interdisciplinary perspective, engaging questions of identity and community that are prominent in both the biblical texts and contemporary conversations about how we live with those texts and with each other. Her first book, Belonging in Genesis: Biblical Israel and the Politics of Identity Formation,was recently published by Baylor University Press.

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  • Dora Mbuwayesango

    Dora Mbuwayesango Associate Professor,  Hood Theological Seminary

    Dora Mbuwayesango is associate professor of Old Testament at Hood Theological Seminary. She writes and teaches about issues of gender and sexuality in the Hebrew Bible.

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  • Byron R. McCane

    Byron R. McCane Professor,  Wofford College

    Byron R. McCane is the Albert C. Outler Professor of Religion at Wofford College where he is also chair of the religion department. He has been a field supervisor at excavations in Israel and Jordan.

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