Brian R. Doak is Professor of Biblical Studies at George Fox University, just outside of Portland, Oregon. Ancient Israel’s Neighbors (Oxford, 2020); Heroic Bodies in Ancient Israel (Oxford, 2019) Phoenician Aniconism in its Mediterranean and Ancient Near Eastern Contexts (SBL Press, 2015) Consider Leviathan: Narratives of Nature and the Self in Job (Fortress, 2014) The Last of the Rephaim: Conquest and Cataclysm in the Heroic Ages of Ancient Israel (Ilex Foundation/Harvard University Press, 2012) Oxford Handbook of the Phoenician and Punic Mediterranean (Oxford University Press, 2019) The Bible: Ancient Context and Ongoing Community (Kendall Hunt, 2014). My personal website, with teaching videos, public lectures, etc. My full CV George Fox University Bio Page Weird Religion (my podcast, co-hosted with Leah Payne)
Eunice Lim is a 3rd year PhD Student in Comparative Literature and Asian Studies. Prior to her time at Penn State, Eunice received an undergraduate double degree in English Literature and Communication Studies, as well as a Master’s degree in English Literature. Her research interests are in translingual literacies, language policy and education, decoloniality, and sound studies. Specifically, her work focuses on the literature and media of Contemporary East and Southeast Asia, as well as the Asian diaspora. She is currently developing a translingual approach to Singapore literature and media, attending to the specificities of their urban and sonic architectures.
Language, language reform, official languages and minority language rights, language and technology, language and law
Applied Linguistics; Language Learning and Language Teaching; Language and New Media; Language in Society
Arabic language and literature, Second Language Acquisition, Language Learning Strategies
French and Francophone literature and culture.
Italian language and culture.
Breton language and culture.
Maria Zambrano, Spanish language and Literature at High and Middle School, Heritage Language Teaching, Teaching Language and Literature online
Less commonly taught languages, heritage-language learning, teaching methodology, endangered languages. Historical and comparative linguistics, phonetics, morphology, history of English.