Yet with a Steady Beat: Contemporary U.S. Afrocentric Biblical Interpretation

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CONTRIBUTORS

Randall C. Bailey is the Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Hebrew Bible at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia. He is an ideological critic and the author of David in Love and War: The Pursuit of Power in 2 Samuel 10–12 (Sheffield, 1990), co-editor with Jacquelyn Grant of The Recovery of Black Presence: An Interdisciplinary Exploration (Abingdon, 1995), and co-editor with Tina Pippin of the Semeia volume, Race, Class and the Politics of Bible Translation (1996). He may be reached at rcbailey@itc.edu.

Wilma Ann Bailey is Associate Professor of Hebrew and Aramaic Scripture at Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Harold V. Bennett is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. He employs social-scientific approaches to reading the Hebrew Bible. He is the author of Injustice Made Legal: Deuteronomic Law and the Plight of Widows, Strangers, and Orphans in Ancient Israel (Eerdmans, 2002). He may be reached at hbennett@morehouse.edu.

Brad Ronnell Braxton is the Jessie Ball duPont Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Biblical Studies at Wake Forest University Divinity School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He is an ideological critic and is the author of The Tyranny of Resolution: I Corinthians 7:17–24 (Society of Biblical Literature, 2000) and No Longer Slaves: Galatians and African American Experience (Liturgical Press, 2002). He may be reached at braxtob@wfu.edu.

Norman K. Gottwald is Adjunct Professor of Old Testament at Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, California, and Emeritus Professor of Biblical Studies at New York Theological Seminary. He is a social-scientific critic of the Hebrew Bible and former President of the Society of Biblical Literature. He is the author of The Tribes of Yahweh (Orbis, 1979; reprint, Sheffield Academic Press, 1999), The Hebrew Bible: A Socio-Literary Introduction (Fortress, 1985), and The Politics of Ancient Israel (Westminster John Knox, 2001). He may be reached at tzaddi@mindspring.com.

Carolyn M. Jones is Associate Professor of Religion at the University of Georgia. She may be reached at medine@arches.uga.edu.

Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan is Director of the Center for Women and Religion and is an in Residence and Core Doctoral Faculty at the Graduate Theological

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