(p. xiv) List of Contributors
(p. xiv) List of Contributors
Carol Bakhos is Associate Professor of Late Antique Judaism and Jewish Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Lutz Doering is Reader in New Testament and Ancient Judaism at Durham University, UK.
Yaron Z. Eliav is Associate Professor of Rabbinic Literature and Jewish History of Late Antiquity at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Steven Fine is Professor of Jewish History at Yeshiva University in New York, head of the Department of Jewish History at Yeshiva College, and Director of Yeshiva University's Center for Israel Studies.
Katharina Galor is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Art History of the Rhode Island School of Design, and Adjunct Professor in the Programme in Judaic Studies at Brown University.
David Goodblatt is Professor in the Department of History and Endowed Chair in Judaic Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
Tziona Grossmark is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies of Tel Hai College, Israel.
Rudolf Haensch is Professor of Ancient History at the Ludwig‐Maximilians University in Munich, member of the German Archaeological Institute, and second director of the Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik.
Gildas Hamel is Lecturer in the Department of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Jill D. Harries is Professor of Ancient History in the School of Classics at the University of St Andrews, UK.
Catherine Hezser is Professor of Jewish Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.
Tal Ilan is Professor of Jewish Studies at the Institut für Judaistik of the Free University Berlin.
Benjamin Isaac is Professor in the Department of Classics/School of History at Tel Aviv University, Israel.
Ann Killebrew is Associate Professor of the Archaeology of the Levant at the Department of Classics, Ancient Mediterranean Studies, and Jewish Studies at Pennsylvania State University.
David Kraemer is the Joseph J. and Dora Abbell Librarian and Professor of Talmud and Rabbinics at the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York.
Uzi Leibner is Lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Lee I. Levine is Professor in the Department of Jewish History and Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and holds the Rev. Moses Bernard Lauterman Family Chair in Classical Archaeology.
Jack Pastor is Senior Lecturer and Department Chair of History and Land of Israel Studies at Oranim, the Academic College of Education, Israel.
Stephan Reif is Professor of Medieval Hebrew Studies, and former Director of the Taylor‐Schechter Geniza Research Unit at the University of Cambridge, UK.
Zeev Safrai is Professor of Jewish History in the Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology at Bar‐Ilan University, Israel.
Michael Satlow is Professor of Religious Studies and Judaic Studies at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.
Jonathan W. Schofer is Assistant Professor of Comparative Ethics at the Harvard Divinity School in Boston.
Joshua Schwartz is Professor in the Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology at Bar‐Ilan University, Israel.
Dafna Shlezinger‐Katsman is a doctoral candidate in Jewish Studies at Bar‐Ilan University, Israel.
Alexei Sivertsev is Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at DePaul University in Chicago.
Willem F. Smelik is Lecturer in Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic in the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies at University College London.
Günter Stemberger is Emeritus Professor of Jewish Studies at the Institut für Judaistik of the University of Vienna, Austria.
Giuseppe Veltri is Professor of Jewish Studies at the University of Halle‐Wittenberg, and Director of the Leopold Zunz Centre in Halle.
Zeev Weiss is Associate Professor at the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Director of the Sepphoris excavations.
Dianne van de Zande is a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Archaeology at the University of Leiden, Netherlands.
Jürgen K. Zangenberg is Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Literature at the University of Leiden, Netherlands.