Deirdre Fulton
Baylor University

Prof. Deirdre Fulton is an associate professor of Hebrew Bible at Baylor University. She holds a Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University (2011) and has published on topics in both Bible and Archaeology. She is the author of Reconsidering Nehemiah’s Judah: The Case of MT and LXX Nehemiah 11-12 (FAT II 80. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015) and editor [with Gary N. Knoppers and Lester Grabbe] of Exile and Restoration Revisited: Essays in Memory of Peter R. Ackroyd (T & T Clark Continuum, 2009). Fulton has also written several articles in the area of zooarchaeology and has been part of the Leon Levy Excavations to Ashkelon (2008-2016), the Jezreel Valley Regional Project (2011-2015), the Ramat Rahel Excavations (2012-2014), and the Tel Shimron Excavations (2017-present). She has also analyzed faunal remains from several other sites including Al Qisha (Yemen), the Carthage Tophet (Tunisia), and San Giuliano (Italy). Fulton is currently working on a book-length treatment with Paula Hesse on the Persian and Early Hellenistic period dog burials at Ashkelon, Israel.

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January 20, 2021

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