Joshua L. Mann has been doing a series of interviews with scholars on academic blogging. Since this year’s SBL Annual Meeting will be addressing whether or not students should blog this is a series that should help us gear up for the debate! Here are the participants:
While you are here you may want to browse these other recommendations:
Miriam Feinberg Vamosh, The ancient coin of Cleopatra
Nijay Gupta, The Importance of the Septuagint (The Apocrypha) Part II
Charles Halton, Sterilizing the Bible
Larry Hurtado, Caligula and the Jews (See also: Does Caligula deserve his bad reputation?)
Abram K-J, Introducing the Septuagint Studies Soirée
James McGrath, Pauline Authorship: Visualizing the BNTC Survey Numbers
Amos Yong, Pentecostalism and Political Theology
If you wondering about the scholarly value of Reza Aslan’s new book on Jesus, let me recommend these reviews:
Greg Carey, Reza Aslan on Jesus: A Biblical Scholar Responds
Craig A. Evans, Review of Reza Aslan’s Zealot
Anthony Le Donne, A Usually Happy Fellow Reviews Aslan’s Zealot
Dale Martin, Still a Fire Brand, 2,000 Years Later
Stephen Prothero, Book Review: ‘Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth’ by Reza Aslan
Aren’t there any female professors who blog? Your panel seems oddly all male. Just a thought for future panels.
Do you mean the whole list of links or just the interviews done by Joshua Mann? As far as the broader list, Mann has interviewed men only, and I haven’t seen any women respond to Aslan yet, so that leaves the middle section. Traditionally, when I do post links it is usually like the middle section and there are more women represented there. If you are referring to Mann’s interviews specifically I’m not sure why it has been only males thus far.
Yes specifically about the interviews. Just a curious question.
I noticed that as well, though I am not quite sure “why” it is all men.
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