Consider using this information to introduce Dr. Russaw at your next event:
• Kimberly D. Russaw, Ph.D. is the Associate Professor of Old Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary where she blends intellectual rigor with an infectious passion for teaching. • Russaw earned the Master of Divinity degree (Biblical Studies) from the Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta, GA), the Master of Arts degree (Hebrew Bible) from Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN), and completed advanced language studies at Hebrew University (Jerusalem, Israel). When Russaw completed her Ph.D. in Religion at Vanderbilt University, she joined a select cadre of scholars who passionately teach the next generation of Christian leaders at our seminaries, colleges, and universities. • Russaw is the author of Daughters in the Hebrew Bible (Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, 2018). • Russaw is the author of Daughters in the Hebrew Bible (Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, 2018). • Russaw is the author of Revisiting Rahab: Another Look at the Woman of Jericho (Wesley's Foundery Books, 2021). • Russaw has published numerous essays and articles. She is currently co-editing a special edition of the Biblical Theology Bulletin journal concerned with "Politics of Respectability," and is writing the manuscript for her second book. • Named one of “Six Black Women at the Center of Gravity in Theological Education” by NBCNews.com, Russaw holds membership in many professional organizations including the Society of Biblical Literature, the American Academy of Religion, the Society for the Study of Black Religion, and is an inductee into the prestigious Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegium of Scholars at Morehouse College.