This page serves as a guide to my work personally and professionally with regard to increasing access to Biblical Hebrew, Greek, and other languages for people who are blind. For those who are unfamiliar with this aspect of my work or who need an easy place to find resources, the following links will be of use. If you need text transcribed from these languages into braille, please send email for a quote.
- Is a Career in Biblical Studies Viable for a Blind Person?
- Using Technology to Meet the Needs of Biblical Language Scholars Who Are Blind (paper presented with Lauren Tuchman at the Society of Biblical Literature conference, San Francisco, 2011, MS Word Format); or download audio
- Studying Biblical Hebrew as a Person Who is Blind (includes audio recorded in 2015)
- The State of Access to Biblical Languages for Scholars Who Are Blind in 2016
- Semitic Scholars receive Jacob Bolotin award (July 5, 2016 (audio, 30 minutes)
- The Place of Audio Materials in the Life of the Biblical Language Scholar Who is Blind (experience that was later replicated with Hebrew students and became the foundation for the paper to be presented at National Assoc. of Professors of Hebrew in June, 2017)
- 10/08/2016 Speech to Indiana NFB (audio)
- Accessible Online Resources for Biblical and Theological Language Learners