Contributors

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  • Lawrence H. Schiffman

    Lawrence H. Schiffman Professor,  New York University

    Lawrence H. Schiffman is the Judge Abraham Lieberman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies and director of the Global Institute for Advanced Research in Jewish Studies at New York University. He has written extensively on the Dead Sea Scrolls and Rabbinic Judaism. His most recent books are The Courtyards of the House of the Lord: Studies on the Temple Scroll (Brill, 2008) and Qumran and Jerusalem: Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the History of Judaism (Eerdmans Publishing, 2010).

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  • Bernd U. Schipper

    Bernd U. Schipper Professor,  Humboldt University of Berlin

    Bernd U. Schipper holds the chair in Old Testament/Hebrew Bible at the Humboldt University of Berlin. He edited (with D. Andrew Teeter) the volume Wisdom and Torah: The Reception of Torah in the Wisdom Literature of the Second Temple Period (Brill, 2013).

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    Tammi J. Schneider Professor of Religion,  Claremont Graduate University

    Tammi J. Schneider is a Professor of Religion at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. She is the author of Sarah: Mother of Nations (Continuum, 2004) and Mothers of Promise: Women in the Book of Genesis (Baker Academic, 2008).

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  • Daniel Schowalter

    Daniel Schowalter Professor,  Carthage College

    Dan Schowalter is professor of classics and religion at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He codirects excavations of a Roman temple site at Omrit in northern Israel. He is coauthor of Horvat Omrit: An Interim Report (Archeopress, 2010).

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