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  • Ron E. Tappy

    Ron E. Tappy Professor,  Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

    Ron E. Tappy is the G. Albert Shoemaker Professor of Bible and Archaeology at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, the Director of the James L. Kelso Museum, and the Project Director of The Zeitah Excavations. He conducted a surface survey at Tel Zayit in 1998 and, to date, has completed nine seasons of excavation at the site, where his research focuses on the nature of borderland settlements during the Iron Age.

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    Hanna Tervanotko Assistant Professor of Religious Studies,  McMaster University

    Hanna Tervanotko is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at McMaster University. She specializes in the Jewish literature of the Second Temple era. She is the author of Denying Her Voice: The Figure of Miriam in Ancient Jewish Literature (JAJSup 121; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2016) and editor of “The Image of Female Prophets in Ancient Greek and Jewish Literature,” a special thematic issue of Journal of Ancient Judaism (vol. 6.3; 2015).

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  • Samuel Thomas

    Samuel Thomas Associate Professor,  California Lutheran University

    Samuel Thomas is associate professor of religion at California Lutheran University. He teaches and writes about the Dead Sea Scrolls, Second Temple Judaism, the Hebrew Bible, and religion and ecology.

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  • Samuel Tongue

    Samuel Tongue Lecturer,  University of Glasgow

    Samuel Tongue is associate lecturer and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Glasgow and coeditor (with A. K. M. Adam) of Looking Through a Glass Bible: Postdisciplinary Biblical Interpretations from the Glasgow School (Brill, 2014).

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