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  • Jones-Kirsty

    Kirsty L. Jones is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Ashland University (Ohio) who works on disability, madness, and the senses in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. She is the author of “Home but Not Healed: How the Sensory Profiles of Prophetic Utopian Visions Influence Presentations of Disability,” in Sounding Sensory Profiles in Antiquity (SBL Press, 2019); “Three Blind Vices? Vision and Blindness in the Samson Cycle” (Biblical Interpretation 28 [2020]); and “Sensing the Unknowable: Sensing Revelation, Relationship, and Response in Psalm 139” (Journal for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies 4.1 [2022]).