Trevor B. Williams is a graduate student at the Divinity School of Vanderbilt University, studying the Hebrew Bible in comparative literature and its cultural reception. He received his M.A. in Religion from Pepperdine University in 2017. Current research is focused on exploring monster texts, Israel’s cult, Sapiential literature, and Deuterocanonical books. He is the HASTAC Scholar in the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching, a Teaching Assistant at Belmont University, and a member of the Research Committee on Religion, Ethics, and Literature (ICLA). Recently, he presented on the 2016 Presidential Election’s biblical interpretation at the Fourth International Conference on Hate Studies. He looks forward to presenting a paper on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at the American Comparative Literature Association in March 2018.