Mark G. Bilby, Ph.D.
SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATIONS LIBRARIAN
As our Scholarly Communications Librarian, I advocate for Open Access practices and policies, manage our institutional repository (ABIERTA), consult on data management and digital humanities projects, advise on publishing options and copyright issues, help administer library systems/websites, provide reference desk service, and serve as the subject expert for the Religious Studies and Philosophy departments, as well as for selected History department courses (Greco-Roman Antiquity, Religion, and Medieval Studies).
Ph.D., Religious Studies (Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity), University of Virginia
M.S.LIS, Drexel University
Institutional Repositories, Digital Humanities, Scholarly Publishing & Communications, Information Science, New Testament, Reception History, Gospel of Luke, Abrahamic Religions, Comparative Religion, Patristics, Classics
Courses Regularly Taught
RLST 201: Introduction to New Testament
As the Bandit Will I Confess You: Luke 23, 39-43 in Early Christian Interpretation. Cahiers de Biblia Patristica 13. Strasbourg: Centre d’Analyse et de Documentation Patristiques, University of Strasbourg; Turnhout: Brepols, 2013. [ISBN 978-2-906805-12-5]
Reconsidering Arminius: The Loss and Retrieval of a Dutch Reformer, co-edited with Keith D. Stanglin and Mark H. Mann (Nashville: Abingdon/Kingswood Books , 2014). [ISBN 978-1426796548]
For a complete list of my academic publications, presentations, and scholarly association memberships, please see my curriculum vitae . For those interested in connecting or collaborating, please see my ORCID profile, LinkedIn profile , Academia.edu profile, or ResearchGate.net profile.
M-F: by appointment