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Kirk Lowery currently teaches at the Baptist Theological Seminary,
Budapest. He has been actively involved with the Computer-Assisted
Research Group (CARG) of the Society of Biblical Literature. His
interest is principally the syntactic basis of Hebrew discourse.
Alan Groves is professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological
Seminary, Philadelphia. He and his team produced MORPH, the
morphologically analyzed Hebrew Bible and the basis for what the
project will be doing. He is very involved with BHQ, the new critical
text being produced by the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, as well as a
member of the Werkgroep Informatica (Free University, Amsterdam). For
many years he was chair of the Computer-Assisted Research Group (CARG)
of the SBL. Alan Groves is also a general editor of The Journal
of Bible and Computing.
Richard Whitaker at Princeton Seminary is one of the early leaders in
the application of computers to Biblical studies. He is perhaps best
known for A Concordance of the Ugaritic Literature,
Harvard University Press (1972).
Vincent DeCaen is a recent graduate of the Near Eastern Studies
program, University of Toronto (1995), where he retains a postdoctoral
student status. His interest is primarily generative grammar, with
applications to Biblical Hebrew and cognates. He will be responsible
for the actual marking of the text.
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