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Sarah Cook

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PhD Candidate

Sarah Cook is a PhD candidate working on a dissertation that examines editing strategies in the Torah. She has taught RELI 1001 and worked as a teaching assistant for RELI 1003 at UGA. She is currently a contract instructor at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. 


BHum - Carleton University (2015)

MA Religion and Public Life - Carleton University (2016)

Research Interests:

Writing in the ancient world; Editing; Translation; Documentary hypothesis; Hebrew Bible

Selected Publications:

Review of “Found in Translation: Essays on Biblical Translation in Honor of Leonard J. Greenspoon.” Review of Biblical Literature 4 (2020).

“Abigail.” Bible Odyssey, 2018.

“Elisha.” Bible Odyssey, 2019.

“Jacob.” Bible Odyssey, 2020.

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