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  1. Hello! how are you? I am from Chile, South America and it is my first post in this forum. I am writing because I am finishing a Master's in Missiology at a denominational university in my country (surely you have not even heard of this place 😰 ha ha). I took this course because it was the only reasonable option for me at the time, but in reality I have always searched for something about the Old Testament with a concentration on the Ancient Near East. I'm looking for a master's degree that is, in some way, more conservative, but I think that in first-level schools that does not exist. W
  2. Hey everyone, I am going to be a senior next year and start applying for a masters. I want to follow your original advice and you told me learn the languages at a 3 year maximum masters program. I am currently at a overall GPA of 3.07 and major GPA of 3.6. I am currently a history major and most of my classes are in Egyptology. Classes that have covered the Pre-Dynastic period to the fall of the new kingdom, Egyptian Archaeology, and Egyptian Ritual and Magic. Well I am the treasurer of my History Club, I published an article 2 years ago in my university's department student run history
  3. Hello all, I recently submitted an article for consideration for a fairly prominent journal in Hebrew Bible. As it would be my first non-book-review publication, I'm excited to hear back about an acceptance, rejection, or R&R. I was wondering if anyone could anecdotally speak to the typical turnaround times for journals to which they have submitted. I've heard CBQ has a goal time of about three months. I haven't heard anything outside of that, though.
  4. See the following notice for applications to study the Hebrew Bible at UNC or Duke. ** The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University are coordinating their extensive resources to develop what promises to be an exceptional opportunity for doctoral study in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. UNC-Chapel Hill, through the Department of Religious Studies, and Duke, through the Graduate Program in Religion, are each accepting applications from qualified students for competitive fellowships to begin the academic year 2018-2019. The deadline to apply to UNC is December
  5. I'm circulating the following announcement for fellowships in the Hebrew Bible and the history of its interpretation at UNC Chapel Hill. More information below! *** The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is accepting applications for fellowships in Hebrew Bible and its history of interpretation through the Department of Religious Studies for the academic year 2018-2019. The deadline to apply is December 12, 2017. Graduate students can qualify to receive additional support from the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies. The doctoral program offers an opportunity for stude
  6. Just got word of a new, funded Hebrew Bible PhD through the Ancient Mediterranean Religions Subfield at UNC-Chapel Hill. Some great faculty there, as well as shared coursework with Duke Graduate School and Duke Divinity School. Awesome news for those interested in Hebrew Bible in the context of Religious Studies. I've attached the announcement. UNC_announcement.pdf
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