#Baylor provost L. Gregory Jones: "Achieving organizational breakthroughs in the face of daunting constraints" https://t.co/OSn7Z4JpP1
Ann Killebrew Lecture Sept. 14 at #Baylor: "The Emergence of Israel in Bible and Archaeology" https://t.co/zatywtgHVG
Maureen Fitzgerald on Irish Nuns and Welfare @RoRcast https://t.co/CRelX6GUKb
Up on the Downs - Philip Jenkins, @anxious_bench https://t.co/X2xHesH7xl
congratulations to @fbeckwith for his 2016 AAR Book Award, for _Taking Rites Seriously_ https://t.co/naYXJYn4to
The Faith of Woodrow Wilson: An Interview with Barry Hankins - Thomas Kidd https://t.co/k18yEULgtI via @tgc
A new country and new faith for some migrants to Europe | Philip Jenkins, The Christian Century https://t.co/qd0VRFuFiK
A Tale of Two Cities—And of Two Churches - John Haldane https://t.co/4fdjkyUIuG
What became of the Christian intellectuals? - Alan Jacobs, Harper's Magazine https://t.co/TxsUmbuUh7
.@TonyReinke interviews Thomas Kidd about Benjamin Franklin's religion, @desiringGod https://t.co/QBxPYNYzdx

Fish, Jeffrey

ISR Associate Director of Manuscript Research Collegium
Faculty Fellow, Ancient Biblical Texts
Baylor University
Email Jeffrey Fish

Dr. Fish’s main specialties are papyrology, Epicureanism, and ancient Homeric criticism. He is currently editing “On the Good King According to Homer,” a papyrus on kingship written by the philosopher Philodemus. Dr. Fish received a grant for the 2001-2 school year from the National Endowment for the Humanities which he used to research Philodemus and the Herculaneum papyrus finds. He teaches Latin and Greek as well as the University Scholar Great Texts courses. Dr. Fish plays classical guitar and enjoys Celtic music.


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