Contributors

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  • Rhonda Burnette-Bletsch

    Rhonda Burnette-Bletsch Professor,  Eastern University

    Rhonda Burnette-Bletsch is a professor of biblical studies at Eastern University. She has authored and edited several works including the textbook Studying the Old Testament (Abingdon), the forthcoming The Bible in MotionA Handbook of Biblical Reception in Film (de Gruyter), and many chapters and articles. She serves as the film editor for the multivolume reference work Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (de Gruyter).

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  • Joshua Ezra Burns

    Joshua Ezra Burns Assistant Professor,  Marquette University

    Joshua Ezra Burns is an assistant professor in the Department of Theology at Marquette University. A specialist in classical Judaism, he is the author of The Christian Schism in Jewish History and Jewish Memory, forthcoming with Cambridge University Press.

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  • Sean Burrus

    Sean Burrus Ph.D. in candidate,  Duke University

    Sean Burrus is a Ph.D. candidate in Jewish History at Duke University, where he researches Jewish visual culture in antiquity. Sean specializes in the role of material culture in the production of religious identities and is an archaeologist with over seven seasons of excavating, photographing, and supervising in the field at the sites of Yotvata, Ashekelon, and Sepphoris.

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  • Sean Burt

    Sean Burt Assistant Professor,  North Dakota State University

    Sean Burt is an assistant professor in religious studies and English at North Dakota State University. His research interests include Persian-period Judaism, genre theory, and the Psalms. He is the author of The Courtier and the Governor: Transformations of Genre in the Nehemiah Memoir (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014).

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