Frederick S. Tappenden
Volume preface, by the editors.
Frederick S. Tappenden, McGill University
Frederick S. Tappenden is a faculty lecturer at McGill University, where he teaches in the areas of New Testament and Christian origins. His research focuses on Paul and the reception of Paul in the opening centuries of the Common Era. He is the author of Resurrection in Paul: Cognition, Metaphor, and Transformation (SBL Press, 2016), coeditor of the forthcoming Cognitive Science in Biblical Interpretation (Sheffield Phoenix), and author of several articles on resurrection in early Christianity and ancient Judaism. Dr. Tappenden also maintains the website, Texts & Translations, which serves as a hub for online, open-access editions of ancient Mediterranean writings.
Carly Daniel-Hughes, Concordia University
Carly Daniel-Hughes is associate professor of religion at Concordia University. She is author of The Salvation of the Flesh in Tertullian of Carthage: Dressing for the Resurrection (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011); coeditor of Dressing Judeans and Christians in Antiquity, with Kristi Upson-Saia and Alicia Batten (Ashgate, 2014), and The Bloomsbury Reader in Religion, Gender and Sexuality, with Donald Boisvert (Bloomsbury, 2016). Her current research examines responses to death, grief, and violence in the Roman Empire and contemporary contexts.