Web Round Up provides links to relevant news from around the Web, including job openings, new books, articles on women biblical scholars, etc.
1. Dr. Rebecca Idestrom, Associate Professor of Old Testament, speaks at Tyndale Seminary chapel.
2. Jennifer Guo @JenniferGuo wants your suggestions for biblical studies carnival
3. New site featuring podcasts of women preachers.
4. The Reverend Dr. Margaret Aymer is associate professor of New Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary effective February 13, 2015. Congratulations!
5. Marg Mowczko on the ESV translation and Junia.
6. An interesting new Open Old Testament Learning Event at #ootle15. Possibility for Old Testament/Hebrew Bible scholars to use?
7. Joy A. Schroeder writes on “Retrieving the Voices of Women.”
8. Mitzi J. Smith has put out a new edited volume, a reader on womanist hermeneutics: “the first womanist biblical hermeneutics reader. In it readers have access, in one volume, to articles on womanist interpretative theories and theology as well as cutting-edge womanist readings of biblical texts by womanist biblical scholars.”
9. And for an academic Valentine’s Day:
Gaudete Theology @ VictoriaGaile: “They say our love is apocryphal — but we know it’s deuterocanonical!”
Shamma Boyarin @ShammaBoyarin: “Let’s cite each other!”
Mette Bundvad @MetteBundvad: “Violets are blue, Roses are red, St. Valetine died when they cut off his head.”
Nyasha Junior @NyashaJunior: “I love you, but not your methodology.”
From Tweed Editing: “You have a tenured place in my heart” and “I love you more than my sabbatical.”
Nyasha Junior @NyashaJunior: “Much love to my fellow Black women of SBL! http://twitter.com/NyashaJunior/lists/black-women-of-sbl …”
Eleanor Parker @ClerkofOxford: “Some resources for a medieval Valentine’s Day: http://aclerkofoxford.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/medieval-valentines-day.html …”
10. Association for Jewish Studies (AJS) has fellowships and grants.
11. Job opening for Visiting Professor of Biblical Hebrew