Contributors

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

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  • Paul Dilley

    Paul Dilley Assistant Professor,  University of Iowa

    Paul Dilley is an assistant professor in the Departments of Religious Studies and Classics at the University of Iowa, specializing in the study of early Christianity and ancient Mediterranean religions.  He has published on apocryphal literature and apostolic traditions in Late Antiquity.

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  • Lorenzo DiTommaso

    Lorenzo DiTommaso Professor,  Concordia University

    Lorenzo DiTommaso is professor and chair of religion at Concordia University, Montréal. His next book, The Architecture of Apocalypticism, the first volume of a trilogy, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.

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  • Shawna Dolansky

    Shawna Dolansky Associate Professor,  Carleton University

    Shawna Dolansky is Associate Professor of Religion and Humanities in the College of the Humanities at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. She is the author of two books and numerous articles on the Bible and ancient Near Eastern religions. Her current research focuses on gender and sexuality in the Hebrew Bible and the ancient Near East.

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  • Denise Dombkowski Hopkins

    Denise Dombkowski Hopkins Professor,  Wesley Theological Seminary

    Denise Dombkowski Hopkins is the Woodrow and Mildred Miller Professor of Biblical Theology at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. She is author of “Judith” in Women’s Bible Commentary (Westminster John Knox, 2012) and of the introduction and annotations for Judith and 1, 2, 3, and 4 Maccabees in The Discipleship Study Bible (Westminster John Knox, 2008).

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