Blogging from My New Office

Well, I am pretty much unpacked and starting to get organized in my new digs at The King’s University College. While I don’t officially start at King’s until July 1 (right now I am on “holidays” from Taylor University College), the folks here have been nice enough to let me into my office early since I wanted to get settled and  working as soon as possible.

My new office is huge and even has its own bathroom (King’s bought a hotel as their new campus in the 1990s). My family took some pictures, so I will have to upload them for all to see.

My blogging as been pretty infrequent (as you all know!), though I am hoping to get back on track as I get settled into my new position at King’s. At the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies annual meeting in Ottawa at the end of May I was actually awarded the Norman E. Wagner award for Technology in Biblical Studies — in part for my blog and Codex website, so I guess I better get back at it!

Speaking of my website, I am in the middle of a huge redesign and updating. I am moving to a content management program (Joomla!) so that it will be easier to keep up to date. I have renamed the site slightly. Now it’s “Codex: Resources for Biblical, Theological, and Religious Studies.” If you want to see a preview of the new site (which is still in process of being updated), you can check it out at I hope to have it live before too long.

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more.

Tyler Williams
Assistant Professor of Theology (Biblical Studies)
The King’s University College
9125-50 Street, Edmonton, AB
Canada   T6B 2H3

780-465-3500 x. 8102
tyler [dot] williams [at] kingsu [dot] ca

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