Alison Schofield[edit | edit source]
Alison Schofield is 42 years old born on May 4th, 1976 in the Provo which is a city in Utah. She currently lives in Denver, Colorado and teaches in the University of Denver. Her ethnicity is Caucasian, whose political affiliation is currently a registered as a Democrat. Her religious views is Christianity.
Professional life[edit | edit source]
Alison Schofield is an associate Professor of Religious Studies and Judaic studies in the university of Denver. Alison Schofield is still this day receiving international acclaim for her recently published work on the Dead Sea Scrolls, From Qumran to the Yahad which is a New Paradigm of Textual Development for The Community Rule (EJ Brill, 2008). She is also co-editing a collection of essays on the Bible, Dead Sea Scrolls and early Judaism in the honor of her adviser.
Education[edit | edit source]
Dr. Schofield obtained a doctorate in the field of Judaism in Antiquity. She also obtained her master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University in Near Eastern Studies, Northwest Semitic languages, and Hebrew Bible. She also had interest including the religious and cultural influences of ancient Israel, Egypt and Babylonia. She has her primary research languages in Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Akkadian, Ugaritic, and Ethiopic.
References[edit | edit source]
- "Alison Schofield, 42 - Denver, CO | MyLife.com™ Background Profile". www.mylife.com. Retrieved 2018-11-06.
- Denver, University of. "Alison Schofield | Faculty & Staff | Center for Judaic Studies | University of Denver". www.du.edu. Retrieved 2018-11-06.
- Denver, University of. "Alison Schofield | Faculty & Staff | Department of Religious Studies | University of Denver". www.du.edu. Retrieved 2018-11-06.
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