About Me

I, William Brown, earned a MA in Hebrew Bible at the University of Chicago Divinity School. My interests include, though are not limited to, anything related to ancient Israelite and Mesopotamian religion. Critical theory and teaching take up the rest of my headspace. On the side, I play RPG board games.

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Experience:

University of Chicago Divinity School, MA

Copyeditor for Nationalities Papers/Cambridge University Press

Preceptor at Duke Divinity School

Research Assistant at Duke University

Freelance copyeditor

Teacher at the Bet Am Religious School (Seattle)

Book reviews (Click here to view books reviewed)

TA for Blaine Charette, Northwest University, Fall 2014

TA for Brad Embry, Northwest University, Fall and Spring 2013

Awards:

Travel Grant for Babylonian Onomastics Training Week in Venice organized by ERC Persia & Babylonia Project from Leiden University (Housing and 250 €).

Graduate Student Travel Fund grant from University of Chicago ($600)

Cum Laude Graduate at Northwest University

Languages:

German, Biblical Hebrew, Akkadian

Courses Taught or TAed:

SAT English Prep (Culver Summer Schools)

Origins of Religion (Culver Summer Schools)

Hebrew (Temple Beth Am)

Judaic Studies (Temple Beth Am)

OT752 and OT753 (Duke Divinity School, Preceptor)

ETHICS387 (Duke University, TA)

3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. William, I see that you visited my blog, “Inspired Glass.” I hope you visit often. I am mostly taking photos in Kansas City. I grew up in Chicago. Hope you enjoy your study there. I received an MA in English from U of Chi in 1967. There are many wonderful churches and stained glass windows in Chicago. Have a good time exploring. There used to be a wonderful stained glass museum down at Navy Pier, but unfortunately they closed it a couple of years ago. There is a beautiful “Arts and Craft” church at 19th and South Michigan (Second Presbyterian) with several wonderful Tiffany windows and two gems by Bourne-Jones, a rarity in the US. Keep in touch and good luck in Chicago. Bruce

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