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Notes on Contributors197 NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS Francis X. Clooney, S.J. is professor of comparative theology at Boston College, andpresently also visitingdirectorofthe CenterforHindu Studies at Oxford University. His most recent of many books is Hindu God, Christian God: How Reason Helps break down the Barriers among religions (Oxford UP, 2002). Robert J. Daly, SJ., professor emeritus oftheology at Boston College, and former editor of Theological Studies, is the author of Christian Sacrifice, and The Origins of the Christian Doctrine of Sacrifice, is currently developing aconceptofsacrificefromspecificallyChristian(i.e.,trinitarian and liturgical) perspectives. Sandor Goodhart directs the Jewish Studies Program at Purdue, and authored Sacrificing Commentary: Reading the End ofLiterature (Johns Hopkins UP,1996) andReadingStephenSondheim:A Collection ofCritical Essays (Garland Press, 2000). Robert Hamerton-Kelly, a founding member of COV&R, formerly of Stanford, is the pastor of the Woodside Village Church (Congregational) in Woodside, California. His most recent books include Sacred Violence: Paul's Hermeneutic ofthe Cross(1992) and The Gospel and the Sacred: The Poetics of Violence in Mark (1994). Qamar-ul Huda, assistant professor of Islamic Studies and comparative theology at Boston College, is the author of Strivingfor Death: Spiritual Exercisesfor the Suhrawardi Sufis (Curzon Press), and is also developing a new paradigm of liberation theology for Islamic studies. Christopher Ives is Professor ofReligious Studies at Stonehill College. In his scholarship he explores Japanese Buddhist ethics and modern Zen thought. His publications include Zen Awakening and Society (1992) and The Emptying God: A Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Conversation (co-edited with John B. Cobb, 1990). 198Notes on Contributors Reuven Kimelman (Ph. D., Yale) is a professor of rabbinic literature at Brandeis University. The author of numerous essays on Judaic law, he has taught at Amherst, Hampshire, Mt. Holyoke, Smith, Trinity and Williams Colleges as well as at The Jewish Theological Seminary and The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Leo Lefebure (Ph.D., University of Chicago) is associate professor of religious studies at Fordham University. He is the author of four books, including Revelation, the Religions, and Violence (Orbis, 2000) and The Buddha and the Christ (Orbis, 1993). Paul Nuechterlein, Lutheran pastor since 1985, is currently an interim pastor in the Greater Milwaukee area. He has published in COV&R publications and church-related journals and maintains a weekly-updated website entitled: Girardian Reflections on the Lectionary . Julia Wingo Shinnick, Ph.D, historical musicology, University ofTexas, is a visiting professor at the University ofLouisville. Her research focuses on medieval music for the saints. ...


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