Cook, Stephen L(loyd) 1962-
COOK, Stephen L(loyd) 1962-
PERSONAL: Born July 21, 1962, in Bridgeport, CT; son of William H. (a neurosurgeon) and Dorothy S. Cook; married Catherine Elizabeth Jacobs, August 13, 1988. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Trinity College, Hartford, CT, B.A. (with honors), 1984; Yale University, M.Div. (magna cum laude), 1987, M.A., 1989, M.Phil., 1990, Ph.D. (with distinction), 1992. Religion: Episcopalian.
ADDRESSES: Home—Seminary Post Office, 3737 Seminary Rd., Alexandria, VA 22304. Office—Biblical Field, Virginia Theological Seminary, 3737 Seminary Rd., Alexandria, VA 22304; fax: 703-370-6234. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: Yale University, New Haven, CT, instructor in Hebrew at Divinity School, summers, 1990-91; Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY, assistant professor of Old Testament, 1992-96; Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, assistant professor, 1996-99, associate professor of Old Testament, 1999—. American School of Oriental Research, corporation representative, 1996—. Volunteer with joint archaeological expedition to Tell el-Hesi, Israel, 1983.
MEMBER: Society of Biblical Literature, American Academy of Religion (member of mid-Atlantic regional executive committee, 1993—; regional president, 1994—), Catholic Biblical Association, Columbia University Hebrew-Bible Faculty Seminar, Phi Beta Kappa.
AWARDS, HONORS: Grant, Leonard Hastings Schoff Publication Fund, 1996.
Prophecy and Apocalypticism: The Postexilic Social Setting, Fortress (Minneapolis, MN), 1995.
(Editor, with S. C. Winter) On the Way to Nineveh: Studies in Honor of George M. Landes, Scholars Press (Atlanta, GA), 1999.
(Editor, with C. Patton and James Watts) The Whirlwind: Essays on Job, Hermeneutics, and Theology in Memory of Jane Morse, Sheffield Academic Press (Sheffield, England), 2001.
The Apocalyptic Literature, Abingdon Press (Nashville, TN), 2003.
Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Vetus Testamentum, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Living Pulpit, Crucible, Journal of Biblical Literature, and Trinity Papers. Guest editor, Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 1995; guest coeditor, Semeia, 1999, and Anglican Theological Review, winter, 2002.