Dr Tim Bulkeley : Academic Curriculum Vitae

Dr Tim BULKELEY (tim@carey.ac.nz)
Present Position:
Old Testament Lecturer, Carey Baptist College
Honorary Lecturer in Theology, University of Auckland
Academic Qualifications:
1981 PhD Theology (University of Glasgow)
1977 MA Theology (University of Oxford)
1973 BA (Hons)Theology (University of Oxford)
1970 BSc (Hons) General Science - Psychology (University of Leicester)
Promotions and distinctions:
1982 Professeur associé
1986 Professeur
2002 Distinguished Teaching Award: University of Auckland
Past Appointments:
1973-1974 V.S.B. Belfast: Volunteer
1974-1977 Upper Studley Baptist Church; Minister
1980-1992 Baptist Missionary Society; Missionary, 
Faculté de théologie protestante au Zaire, Lecturer
Taught as "visitor" at:
Ecole baptiste de théologie, Yakusu, Zaire;
Faculté de théologie kimbanguiste, Lutendele, Zaire;
Faculté de théologie réformé au Kasai, Kananga, Zaire;
Dept of Biblical Studies University of Sheffield, England;
Scottish Baptist College, Glasgow, Scotland
Distinguished Teaching Award 2001 (University of Auckland)
Research activities/interests:
Multimedia Bible Commentary; the poetics of the Hebrew Bible, especially rhetorical and readerly approaches to the prophetic corpus; the use of "prose particles" in Classical Hebrew; cohesion and coherence
"Back to the Future: Virtual Theologising as Recapitulation". Colloquium, 2005, 37,2, 115-130. (Also guest editorial)
"Web-Based Hypertext as a Medium for Biblical Teaching." In: Horsfield, Peter. Papers from the Trans-Tasman Research Symposium, 'Emerging Research in Media, Religion and Culture,’ Melbourne: RMIT Publishing, 2005, 14-21.
(Editorial) "Prophets, losses and electronic communication", Stimulus, 2004, 12:3, 1-2
"Hypertext Bible Commentary and Encyclopaedia: a New Zealand-based international electronic publishing project", Stimulus, 2004, 12:3, 43–48
"Hypertext and Publication in Biblical Studies" SBL Forum [http://sbl-site.org/Article.aspx?ArticleId=261]
Review of G. Johannes Botterweck And Helmer Ringgren And Heinz-Josef Fabry, eds., Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament: Volume 13, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2004).
Review of Bruce C. Birch And Walter Brueggemann And Terence E. Fretheim And David L. Petersen, A Theological Introduction to the Old Testament, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2004).
"Form, Medium and Function: The Rhetorics and Poetics of Text and Hypertext in Humanities Publishing", International Journal of the Book 1, 2003, 317-327
Review of Michael H. Floyd, Minor Prophets: Part 2, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org]
'Commentary beyond the Codex: Hypertext and the Art of Biblical Commentary' in Johann Cook (ed.) Bible and Computer Leiden: Brill, 2002, 641-651
Review of John Olley First and Second Kings Then and Now: in the midst of change, God. Colloquium 34:1, 49-50
'Post Modern Bible Commentary Project' Journal of Biblical Studies [http://journalofbiblicalstudies.org/] 1:4
Review of Mark G. Brett Genesis: Procreation and the politics of identity. Pacifica 14, 328-330
Review of Abma, R. Bonds of Love: Studies of Prophetic Texts with Marriage Imagery (Isaiah 50: 1-3 and 54: 1-10, Hosea 1-3, Jeremiah 2-3) Studia Semitica Neerlandica 40. RBL Online Edition
Hypertext and Commentary Writing: the Hypertext Bible Commentary project Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities 2001, SETIS, University of Sydney
"Where do you read." in Mission without Christendom: exploring the site, essays for Brian Smith (Carey Studies in Theology) Auckland: Carey Baptist College, 13-22
Review of Baker, David W., and Bill T. Arnold The Face of Old Testament Studies: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches RBL Online Edition
"Genesis 1-2 : creation and evolution; nature and purpose" Stimulus 2000; 8(3):6-7
"Cohesion, Rhetorical Purpose and the Poetics of Coherence in Amos 3" ABR XLVII 1999 pp.16-28
Etudions l’Ancien Testament. (Manuel Africain de théologie, 2) Kinshasa: Université Protestante au Zaire (Book)
"Appropriate Theology: Reflections on Theological Education in Zaire", Baptist Ministers' Journal 240 1992 pp.15-16 (Short Note)
"The Long and the Short of it: Two Recent Commentaries on the Book of Amos" JSOT 51 1991 pp.119-121 (Review article)
"Qui me parlera de Dieu ma mère? Dieu comme mère dans Es 40ss et dans la pensée de quelques pères de l'Eglise" RZTP IV 1990 pp.83-92 (Article)
"Formation spirituelle dans l'éducation théologique: un projet oecumnique et son contexte locale" RZTP III 1989 pp.107-115 (Article)
Etudions... le livre du prophète Amos, Kinshasa, FTPZ, 1989 (Book)
"Le texte biblique et le contexte africain" RZTP II 1988 pp.11-17 (Article)
"Une lecture féministe, l'analyse structurelle et l'aperçu d'un scribe juif." RZTP I 1986 pp.173-181 (Article)
"Are the Two Creation Stories in Genesis Sexist" BTA VI,11 Supplément 1984 pp.111-119 (Article)
"Web-based hypertext as a medium for biblical teaching" Emerging Research in Media, Religion and Culture, Melbourne
"Online Hebrew Vocabularies Project" Society for Biblical Literature International Meeting, Singapore (joint presentation with Dr Lynne Wall)
"Amos 7:1-8:3 cohesion and the concept of prophecy." Society for Biblical Literature International Meeting, Singapore
"Back to the Future: virtual theologising as recapitulation" Virtual Theology, Auckland
"Amos 7: coherence and generic dissonance"Aotearoa New Zealand Association for Biblical Studies, Auckland
"Hypertext and the arts of biblical studies" Association internationale Bible et informatique, Leuven, Belgium
"Form, Medium and Function: the Rhetorics and Poetics of Text and Hypertext in Humanities Publishing" International Conference on the Future of the Book, Cairns, Australia
"Teaching the facts, inculcating knowledge, or instilling wisdom? Kicking content dependency in OT101" Aotearoa New Zealand Association for Biblical Studies, Auckland, NZ
"Hypertext Bible Commentary and Encyclopedia project" Society for Biblical Literature, Atlanta, USA
"Coherence: an essay in the Poetics of Prophecy" Aotearoa New Zealand Association for Biblical Studies, Dunedin
"Less is more? Kicking content dependency" plenary address to University of Auckland: Talking about Teaching Showcase
"Hanging together or standing separately: the poetics of coherence in prophetic texts" ACTE Research Seminar
"Hypertext Bible Hypertext Commentary Project: Report and Prospect for Collaborative Electronic Publishing" Society for Biblical Literature, Denver
"Hypertext and commentary writing: the Hypertext Bible Commentary project" Computing Arts 2001: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities, Sydney
"Bible3: a proposal concerning the Hypertext Bible Commentary project" Aotearoa New Zealand Association for Biblical Studies, Auckland
"Commentary beyond the Codex" Association internationale Bible et informatique, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Post-Modern Bible: You couldn't have done that with a mere-smear codex Faculty Research Seminar, ACTE, University of Auckland
"L'auteur est mort but won't lie down: Reflections on resurrection as metaphor in the theory of textuality, with reference to reading Amos." Narrative and Metaphor Across the Disciplines, University of Auckland
"Whispers in Gath: the role of death in the telling of David's story in Samuel-Kings", NZASR, Hamilton 
"What is David Doing?: 2 Samuel 12:13ff, Death as a Key to Dividing David's Story" ACTE Biblical Studies Seminar 
"Social Crisis and the Development of Protestant Higher Education in Zaire", Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-western World, Edinburgh. (Invited lecture)
"Drama, Rhetoric and Reading the Book of Amos", Ralph Atkinson Memorial Lecture, Barnsley, UK. (Invited lecture)
"Prose Particles and Percentages: Three Chapters of Ezekiel as a Test Case", 13th Congress of the International Association for the Study of the Old Testament, Leuven, Belgium. 
"The Structure of the Book of Amos and the Day of the Lord", International Meeting of the Society for Biblical Literature, Jerusalem, Israel.

Various papers in French delivered in Zaire during 1982-1991 are not included here.