Contributors

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  • David Konstan

    David Konstan Professor,  New York University

    David Konstan is professor of classics at New York University. Among his recent publications are The Emotions of the Ancient Greeks: Studies in Aristotle and Classical Literature (University of Toronto Press, 2006); Before Forgiveness: The Origins of a Moral Idea (Cambridge University Press, 2010); and Beauty: The Fortunes of an Ancient Greek Idea (Oxford University Press, 2014). He is a past president of the American Philological Association and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

     

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  • Jennifer L. Koosed

    Jennifer L. Koosed Associate Professor,  Albright College

    Jennifer L. Koosed is professor of religious studies at Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania. She is the author of Gleaning Ruth: A Biblical Heroine and Her Afterlives (University of South Carolina Press, 2011). She has edited The Bible and Posthumanism (SBL, 2014) and, with Stephen Moore, Affect Theory and the Bible, a special issue of the journal Biblical Interpretation (2014).

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  • André LaCocque

    André LaCocque Professor Emeritus,  Chicago Theological Seminary

    André LaCocque is professor emeritus of Hebrew Scriptures at Chicago Theological Seminary and Director-Founder of the Center of Jewish-Christian Studies. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including Thinking Biblically: Exegetical and Hermeneutical Studies, with Paul Ricoeur (University of Chicago Press, 1998) and The Feminine Unconventional: Four Subversive Figures in Israel’s Tradition (Wipf and Stock, 2006).

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  • lamerson-samuel

    Samuel Lamerson Professor,  Knox Seminary

    Samuel Lamerson is professor of New Testament at Knox Seminary and author of English Grammar to Ace New Testament Greek (Zondervan, 2004).

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