Stephanie L. Hathaway has published and presented papers on medieval queens and chivalry, medieval German epic, and the Saracens. Her monograph volume Saracens and Conversion: Chivalric Ideals in Aliscans and Wolfram's Willehalm is forthcoming in 2012. She is currently lecturing at the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages at the University of Oxford, UK.
David W. Kim (PhD, Sydney) is a visiting research fellow at New College, University of Edinburgh, UK. His research includes Nag Hammadi Literature, Coptic Gnostic Studies, NT, Dead Sea Scrolls, early Christianity, Contemporary Christianity, and Asian Religions. He has written The Community Rules of Thomas in the 'Fifth Gospel', Revival Awaken Generations, The Wind-Blowing Desert: Thomasine Scholarship, Women in the Qumran Community, How Korean Christians in Diaspora Read the Hebrew Canon?, and Mary and Her Public Actions in Thomas.