CRC Research Team:
Margaret Hebron has been a Research Assistant for Dr. Flint since the fall of 2007,
when she entered the M.A. in Biblical Studies program at Trinity Western University.
She has been researching textual criticism in the Psalms for the
Oxford Hebrew Bible Project,
as well as assisting Dr. Flint in editing the Proverbs volume of the Oxford Hebrew Bible
by Dr. Michael V. Fox (University of Wisconsin).
Margaret's main research interests are literary interpretation and Hebrew narrative. She is currently working on her thesis entitled "Entertaining Yahweh: Genesis 18:1-15 in Light of Its Original Context, Subsequent Tradition, and Influence on the Book of Tobit." She plans to finish her thesis in the spring and is currently applying to PhD programs for the fall of 2010.
Margaret has presented papers at two academic conferences, the Pacific Northwest Regional SBL in Tacoma (2009) and the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies in Ottawa (2009). She has also published three book reviews in Bible Study Magazine.