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Dr. Eileen M. Schuller

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Local Address:  Ontario , Canada
McMaster University
1280 Main St. West
Hamilton , Ontario L8S 4M1

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  • PhD
    Harvard University
  • Hon BA
    University of Alberta
  • MA
    University of Toronto
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Welcome to McMaster University, 17 Feb 2009 [cached]
Dr. Eileen Schuller, chair of the Department of Religious Studies at McMaster, accompanied the students to the renowned museum in Gatineau, Quebec. Dividing the students into two groups, she took each group on a guided tour of the one hundred and seven artifacts on display.
Dr. Schuller is chair of the Department of Religious Studies at McMaster University, and an official editor of the Scrolls. Involved in the Dead Sea Scrolls Lecture Series that is taking place in conjunction with the exhibit, she will give a lecture entitled 'Women in the Dead Sea Scrolls,' exploring the passages from the Dead Sea Scrolls that shed light on women and their lives during the time of antiquity.
Ancient Treasures and the Dea Sea Scrolls was organized by the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, in collaboration with the Montr,al Museum of Archaeology and History at Pointe-a-Calli,re, and in partnership with the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Dr. Eileen ..., 23 Feb 2012 [cached]
Dr. Eileen Schuller
Dr. Eileen Schuller Professor in the Department of Religious Studies
Washington Theological Consortium, 30 April 2014 [cached]
The Catholic University of America: School of Theology and Religious Studies  Invites you to the public lecture by Eileen Schuller, Ph.D. "Wisdom in the Thanksgiving Psalms (Hodayot) from the Dead Sea Scrolls. May 1st , 2014 7:00pm Monsignor Stephen J. ... Continue reading →
Eileen Schuller, Ph.D. "Wisdom in the Thanksgiving Psalms (Hodayot) from the Dead Sea Scrolls."
May 1st , 2014 7:00pm Monsignor Stephen J. Happel Room (Caldwell Hall)
Since the 1980 Eileen Schuller has been involved in editing and publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls. She was assigned a section of texts that belong to the prayers and songs category. She has contributed substantially to the official series Discoveries of the Judean Desert.
Schuller was an associate editor for the two-volume Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Oxford University Press, 2000) and for the five-volume New Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible (2006 to 2010). She is currently working on a commentary on the Hodayot for the Hermeneia series (Augsburg Fortress).
Happenings, 11 April 2010 [cached]
Dr. Eileen Schuller, Professor in the Department of Religious Studeies at McMaster University, will give this month's lecture. Visit for more information.
People — Faculty of Social Sciences, 23 May 2014 [cached]
Eileen Schuller
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