Éric Bellavance is a course lecturer at Université de Montréal, McGill University and Concordia University. As a historian and biblical scholar, his courses focus on the Old Testament and the Ancient Near East, and he is currently interested in the transformation of Israelite identity in the Second Temple era. He is also part of an international team working on a new French translation of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Cerf).
Vivek Venkatesh is the holder of the UNESCO co-Chair in Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism. He is the director of the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance and Associate Professor of Inclusive Practices in Visual Arts in the Department of Art Education at the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University. He is the founder of the Grimposium festival and conference series, co-founder and director of Project SOMEONE (Social Media Education Every Day) and co-founder/co-curator of the multimedia and musical projects Landscape of Hate and Landscape of Hope.
- Charru, P. (2012), « Un théologien à l’écoute de la musique », Laval théologique et philosophique, 68, p. 311-318.
- Milem, B. (2007), « Four theories of Negative Theology », The Heythrop Journal, 47, p. 187-204.
- Vouga, F. (1983), Résonances théologiques de la musique. Bach, Beethoven, Stravinsky, Mozart, Verdi, Britten, Genève, Labor et Fides (L’Évangile dans la vie 9).