Contributors

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  • Walter J. Houston

    Walter J. Houston Honorary Research Fellow,  University of Manchester

    Walter J. Houston has retired after many years of teaching Hebrew Bible in seminaries and universities in England, and he now holds an honorary research fellowship at the University of Manchester.  He helps maintain the Society for Old Testament Study wiki.
     

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  • Cameron B. R. Howard

    Cameron B. R. Howard Assistant Professor,  Luther Seminary

    Cameron B. R. Howard is assistant professor of Old Testament at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. Among her publications are contributions to Exploring Ecological Hermeneutics (Society of Biblical Literature, 2008), The New Interpreter’s Bible One-Volume Commentary (Abingdon, 2010), the twentieth-anniversary edition of the Women’s Bible Commentary (Westminster John Knox, 2012), and the journal Word and World.

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  • huber-lynn

    Lynn R. Huber Professor of Religious Studies ,  Elon University

    Lynn R. Huber is Professor of Religious Studies at Elon University in Elon, NC. She received her PhD in New Testament from Emory University in 2004 and is the author of “Like a Bride Adorned”: Reading Metaphor in John’s Apocalypse (2007) and Thinking and Seeing with Women in Revelation (2013). She is currently writing a feminist commentary on the book of Revelation.

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  • John Huddlestun

    John Huddlestun Associate Professor,  College of Charleston

    John Huddlestun is an associate professor of religious studies at the College of Charleston (South Carolina), where he teaches classes in biblical and ancient Near Eastern studies. His publications deal with issues relating to ancient Egypt, Israel, and the Hebrew Bible.

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