Animal Apocalypse

Polar Tension...

Last week was a very good week, especially for my CV.*  First, on Wednesday I heard back from the editors of a collection of essays to which I’ve contributed a paper with the news that they were accepting my 4th revision for publication.  Yay!  Second, on Friday I heard back from a peer-reviewed journal saying […]

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T Minus Two Days...

The countdown until the end of the semester is on.  I can tell for two basic reasons.  The first is that hits on my Hebrew Stuff page have been spiking again, so I know the Intermediate Hebrew crew are working on their vocab and parsing skills.  The second is that it’s Monday night at 8:41 […]

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Enoch and Daniel...

I’ve been plugging away at a second draft of my recent CSBS paper “(Re)Visionary History: Historiography and Religious Identity in the Animal Apocalypse,” trying to get some extra research done so I can polish it up for publication in the volume of essays that are being published from the historiography seminar.  In the course of […]

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CSBS...

Jin and I just got back from Ottawa where I was attending the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies. I had the opportunity to present my first paper at an academic conference. The paper is called “(Re)Visionary History: Historiography and Religious Identity in the Animal Apocalypse,” and is based on some ideas […]

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