|Degrees:||BHum (Carleton University); M.A. (Carleton University)|
|Office:||310A Paterson Hall|
Sarah Cook is a PhD candidate at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia working under the supervision of Richard Elliott Friedman and Baruch Halpern. Her dissertation is entitled “When Texts Dwell Together: Discerning Editing in the Torah.” She earned her BHum and an MA in Religion and Public Life at Carleton University.
- Hebrew Bible – source criticism
- Hebrew Bible – text criticism
- Scribal culture and text transmission in the ancient near East
- Translation in the ancient world
- The Septuagint
- Ancient near eastern literature
- Legal texts in the Hebrew Bible
- Gender in the ancient world
Courses Fall Winter 2023/2024
- FYSM 1106A – Intersections of Identities in the Ancient Mediterranean (F/W)
- RELI 2710A – Maccabees to Muhammad (F)
“Abigail.” Bible Odyssey, 2018.
“Elisha.” Bible Odyssey, 2019.
“Jacob.” Bible Odyssey, 2020.
Review of “Found in Translation: Essays on Biblical Translation in Honor of Leonard J. Greenspoon.” Review of Biblical Literature 4 (2020).