Lecture: Punishment and Holiness in the Priestly Source with Dr. Charles Hughes Huff
Dr. Charles Hughes Huff is an assistant professor of Sacred Scripture at St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry in Rochester, NY. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago in 2019 and studies how ancient authors portray social practices in narratives and language to covey ritual authority. He also investigates how scholars use modern ethical stances to evaluate ancient Middle Eastern social practices. Hughes Huff teaches courses in Bible, ethics and social justice, and archeology. He's an Area Supervisor and Historian for the Baluʿa Regional Archaeological Project with excavations in Khirbat al-Baluʿa, Jordan. Outside the classroom, he enjoys hiking, cooking, and digging up old dirt.