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MemberBradley Rice

…Ph.D. candidate (2013-present), McGill University, School of Religious Studies

Th.M. (2002-2004), Harvard University, Divinity School

S.T.M. (2001-2002), Boston University, School of Theology

M.T.S. (1999-2001), Boston University, School of Theology

B.A. (1994-1998), University of Evansville…
…urke and Brent Landau. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2016.

Edited Volumes (assistant editor)

Coming Back to Life: The Permeability of Past and Present, Mortality and Immortality, Death and Life in the Ancient Mediterranean. Edited by Frederick S. Tappenden and Carly Daniel-Hughes, with the assistance of Bradley N. Rice. Montreal, QC: McGill University Library, 2017.

Digital Bibliographies

“Select Bibliography of Embedded Online Works,” with Frederick S. Tappenden. Pages 459–473 in Coming Back to Life: The Permeability of Past and Present, Mortality and Immortality, Death and Life in the Ancient Mediterranean. Edited by Frederick S. Tappenden and Carly Dani…

I am a PhD candidate in New Testament/Early Christianity at McGill University in Montreal, where my primary research focus is apocryphal Christian literature.

MemberFrederick Tappenden

I am a Faculty Lecturer in the School of Religious Studies at McGill University (Montreal, QC), where I teach primarily in the areas of New Testament and early Christianity. My research examines how religious ideals, discourses, and practices are fashioned in early Christianity and ancient Judaism, with a particular focus on traditions surrounding the apostle Paul. I have a PhD (2012) in Religions and Theology from the University of Manchester, an MA (2007) in Biblical Studies from Trinity Western University, and a BA (2004) in Religion and Theology from Taylor University College and Seminary. After my PhD I completed an FRQSC Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014) at McGill University, and have been a research affiliate with the Cultural Evolution of Religion Research Consortium at the University of British Columbia (2015).

MemberPeter Schweppe

…Ph.D. Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, McGill University
M.A. Department of Germanics, University of Washington 
B.A. Department of German; Department of History, University of Montana…

I received my PhD from McGill University in June 2017 after completing my dissertation, Out of Line: Print and Materiality in the West German Protest Movement. At present I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of German at The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, where I will be teaching courses in German language as well as an upper-level interdisciplinary seminar titled: “Protest: West Germany, 1968.” My research interests include theories of media, materiality, performativity, protest and visual culture. I am an avid radio/podcast listener and enjoy the great outdoors where and when I can.

MemberJonathan Sterne

Jonathan Sterne is Professor and James McGill Chair in Culture and Technology in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies at McGill University.  He is author of MP3: The Meaning of a Format (Duke 2012), The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction (Duke, 2003); and numerous articles on media, technologies and the politics of culture.  He is also editor of The Sound Studies Reader (Routledge, 2012) and co-editor of The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age (Minnesota, 2016).  His new projects consider instruments and instrumentalities; mail by cruise missile; and the intersections of disability, technology and perception. Visit his website at http://sterneworks.org .

MemberMaryanne Dever

Professor Maryanne Dever is joint Editor-in-Chief (with Lisa Adkins) of the journal Australian Feminist Studies (Routledge/Taylor & Francis). She is an Associate Dean in Arts & Social Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney.  She was previously Director of the Centre for Women’s Studies & Gender Research at Monash University and President of the Australian Women’s & Gender Studies Association (AWGSA). She has held posts at the University of Sydney and the University of Hong Kong, as well as visiting posts at McGill University, University College London and the University of Tampere. Her research interests encompass feminist literary & cultural studies and critical archival studies. Her current research  is on the status of archived paper with the advent of digital technologies. This will appear in the book Paper, Materiality and the Archived Page (forthcoming 2019). She co-edited a special issue of  Archives and Manuscripts on ‘Literary Archives, Materiality and the Digital’ (2014) and one on ‘Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research’ for Australian Feminist Studies (2017) which has since appeared as an edited book with Routledge.