Dr Stefano Salemi is a scholar of biblical studies, languages, and theology. He has held or continues to hold research posts at various universities, including Harvard, Yale, Oxford, King’s College London, Theological Faculty of Apulia, Pretoria, Sheffield, and Jerusalem. He possesses the rare expertise of someone with doctorates from the UK and Italy in both Theology and Biblical Studies (Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and New Testament & Early Christianity and their associated Biblical languages). He teaches and conducts research in the fields of biblical exegesis, hermeneutics, Hebrew and Greek languages and semantics, biblical and systematic-historical theology, reception history, and intertextual studies (Hebrew Bible/Old Testament in the New Testament). He is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has taught at various universities, including Oxford and King’s College London. His publications include books on Christ’s death in John (2014) on Hebrew semantics and Ezekiel (forthcoming), and on the Christology of the cross (forthcoming).