The following people have identified themselves as doing research or performance related to Biblical Performance Criticism.

Biblical Performance Criticism has 177 registered members
Ken
United Bible Societies
Orality, translation, 1 Peter
Academic
kyleathomas
University of Illinois
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Academic, Performer
quitab21
Equippers City Church
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Performer
ptowner
American Bible Society
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Academic
dtrobisch
Independent

David Trobisch taught New Testament in Germany and the USA for 25 years. He was born if Africa, a continent of storytellers, and now works as and independent scholar. His specialty is helping groups perform a letter of Paul. If the Word of God is not heard, God is silent. Together with Richard Ward he authored "Bringing the Word to Life" (Eerdmans, 2013) a book on storytelling and interpreting the Bible.

Academic
jtur-76
SIL

A relative "newbie" to performance criticism, I am facinated by its potential applications to translation, among other things. Although I have not yet done a performance of a biblical portion, I hope to do so soon (likely the Sermon on the Mount).

Academic
hutzschneider
Augustana-Hochschule Neuendettelsau
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Academic
louis
UNITING CHURCH IN AUSTRALIA

I 'tell' the preaching text each Sunday during worship

Performer
Ben van Veen
Vrije Universiteit

I am writing my dissertation on Paul, Oral performance and Galatians. So, I hope to be inspired with regard to, and be able to inspire by means of my research. The provisional title of my diss is: Detextualizing Paul. The modern reader and the letter: beween oral performance and text. An approach, exemplified by Gal 2 and 3. The main structure of my research is comprised of fundamental questions on the phenomenon of 'text'. I found this website because of Larry Hurtado's recent (opposing) article in NTS (june '14). Do I hear from you? Greetings, Ben

Academic
Gary Vencill
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Performer
voelzj
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis

Author of commentary on the Gospel of Mark and director of performance of the Gospel of Mark done by 6 professors and pastors (myself included) associated with Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, since 2013.  Strong research and teaching commitment to hermeneutics, including interpretive challenges and opportunities of oral performance.

Academic, Performer
Walker428
St. John's College

I am interested in performance criticism from a historical and missiological standpoint. As an academic I am interested in orality and literacy as they pertain to discipleship. As one engaged in church work I am interested in performance to engage contemporary audiences.

Academic
honeybee2009
N/A
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Performer
RichardFWard51
Phillips Theological Seminary

I have written a book with David Trobisch to be published January 2013 using the concepts and methods of performance criticism for teaching New Testament, preaching, and performance of texts

Academic, Performer
ewendland
United Bible Societies

Dr. Wendland's new book is Proclaiming the Scriptures in Translation: An Oral-Rhetorical Approach for Analyzing and Communicating the Word of God, With Special Reference to Several New Testament Epistles. The Edwin Mellen
Press.

Academic
westt
Western Theological Seminary

I was introduced to performance criticism about 6 years ago and it changed the way I read the Bible.

I wrote my masters thesis on p-c, applying it to the narratives of the OT, particularly the first chapter of Jonah.

I teach a course in which we memorize, block out, and eventually perform a biblical narrative in worship, in Hebrew. It has enriched the lives of the students, and is beginning to transform the institution, as well as the way our students engage with the Word of God.

I am hoping to pursue a PhD in Old Testament that incorporates performance, narrative, and historical criticism in a study of the Elisha cycle in 2 Kings 2-9.

Academic, Performer
mike.whitenton
Baylor University

I'm writing on rhetorical Christology in the Gospel of Mark in a performative context.

Academic
bobw
Unit Reformed Theology, NWU (RSA)

Working in a semi-literate culture in South-Africa, I am interested to learn more about Performance Criticism to assist me in my classes teaching Old Testament to African students on grassroor level. 

Academic, Performer
rawhiip
American Baptist Seminary of the West

Currently serving as Temporary Pastor in a congregation situated in an arts-rich community.  Interested in performance criticism as a tool to engage the broader community.W

Academic, Performer
mwinedt
United Bible Societies

Interested in the application of insights from performance criticism to Bible translation and vice versa.

Academic, Performer
awire
San Francisco Theological Seminry
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Academic
dawit.woldeyohannes@duke.edu
First Baptist Church of Idaho Springs
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Academic, Performer
yanthan
ATA affiliation
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Academic
yauk2335
Garden City

I currently am finishing a Doctorate at Robert Webber University, and have started a creative Project called Garden City, which helps artists collaborate and think through the creative and innovative expressions of God's church as it relates to our worship and mission.  We want to think through these issues theologicaliy and create together.

Part of this project is what's called The Doxology Project which houses a blog looking at these issues, and Performance Criticism is something we'd really like to include.

Academic
DYencich
University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology

I am keenly interested in the mixed media culture of early Christianity and the ways in which the NT traditions were "performed" in both oral contexts and in writing.

Academic
jwyoo
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
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Academic
jwyoo0115
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