Stephanie M. Wyatt
 Central Baptist Church, Fountain City, Knoxville, Tennessee, July  2002
  • Ph.D., Biblical Interpretation, Hebrew Bible, Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University, May 2016
  • Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies, Texas Christian University, December 2007
  • M.A., Hebrew Bible, Vanderbilt University, August 2005
  • M.Div., Wake Forest University Divinity School, May 2002
  • B.A., University of Tennessee, College Scholars with an Emphasis in International Justice and French, May 1998
Professional Experience
  • Program Specialist, Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE), Syracuse University, October 2012-Present
  • Program Host, Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows Program, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, at Syracuse University, August 2014, 2015
  • Instructor, Biblical Hebrew I & II, Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, Fall 2009-Spring 2010
  • Graduate Assistant to Dr. Claudia Camp, TCU Religion Department Fall 2007—Present
  • Graduate Assistant to Dr. David Gunn, TCU Religion Department Fall-Spring 2006—2007
  • “Jezebel, Elijah, and the Widow of Zarephath: A Ménage à Trois that Estranges the Holy and Makes the Holy the Strange” in Journal for the Study of the Old Testament June 2012 36: 435-458, doi:10.1177/0309089212438020,  AbstractFull Text (PDF) provided by JSOT
  • “Righteous Anger:The Shunammite Woman as a Companion in Grief,” in Bridge Work: Conversations between the Bible and Pastoral Theology, eds. Denise Dombkowski Hopkins and Michael S. Koppel. Cambridge Scholars Publishing (forthcoming)
Participation at Scholarly Meetings
  • “The Shunammite Woman: A Portrait of Critique and Protest,” Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Baptist Professors, May 19, 2008
  • “Jezebel, Elijah, and the Widow of Zarephath: A Ménage à Trois Who Estrange the Holy and Make Holy the Strange,” Southwest Regional Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, March 7, 2009
  • “The Curious Case of the Biblical Widow,” Annual Meeting of the National Association of Baptist Professors, May 26, 2009
Academic Awards
  • Brite Divinity School, Full Tuition Grant and Stipend, 2005—Present
  • Vanderbilt University, Susan Ford Wiltshire Essay Prize, Graduate Level,for
    “The Shunammite Woman and Elisha: A Feminist Theology of Protest,” Spring 2004
  • Vanderbilt University, Partial Tuition Fellowship, 2003—2005
  • Wake Forest University, Ashley and Whitney Walker Scholarship for Excellence in Women-Centered Topics from a Theological Perspective, Spring 2001
  • Wake Forest University, Wait Fellowship, 1999-2002
Qualifying Exams
  • Passed with Distinction, January 2009
  • Major: Hebrew Bible       Minor: Biblical Theology
  • Widows in the Memories of Biblical Israel
  • Toni Craven (Director), Naomi Steinberg, and Don C. Benjamin (Readers)