Editor’s note: This series was originally published on the now-discontinued site Old School Script. The original interviews are included again here. We hope to continue the series again beginning in 2019. Through the month of December, 2018, we are making the original interviews live with a couple appearing every few days.
Even though the application of linguistic frameworks to biblical studies has become more of a trend, for many, this is still a new area and few understand what it can bring to the table.
“Scholars in Press” is an interview series aimed at providing a little spotlight time for up-and-coming scholars (or, one’s who’ve already been “made”) that specialize in the intersection of linguistics and biblical studies — in that order.
It is the hope of this series that scholars and lay alike can have access to this budding movement in other venues besides the purely academic. And, even more, it is our hope that the Old School Script: Scholars in Press series can be a stage for other voices to be heard — not only the established biblical scholars, who may or may not be heralds of solid linguistic principles.