EducationPh.D. University of California, Berkeley, Near Eastern Studies, Hebrew Bible
M.A. Emory University, Jewish Studies
B.A. Jewish Theological Seminary, Bible
B.A. Barnard College, American Studies
Work Shared in CORE
Reading Other Peoples’ Texts: Social Identity and the Reception of Authoritative Traditions. Co-editor, with Ken Brown and Brennan Breed, The Library of Hebrew and Old Testament Studies Series, T & T Clark (forthcoming, May 2020).
Portrait of the Kings: The Davidic Prototype in Deuteronomistic Poetics
. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2015.
“It’s Not that Easy: On the Challenges Facing an Editor
,” @TheTable series on Manthologies, Feminist Studies in Religion (peer reviewed), May 2019.
,” Bible Odyssey, December 2018.
“Who Is the Victim in the Dinah Story?
, November 2017.
“The Handmaid’s Tale as a Legitimate Reading of Genesis?
” The Shiloh Project: Rape Culture, Religion, and the Bible, July 2017.
“Should we do Feminist Historiography?
” Feminist Studies in Religion (Peer reviewed), February 2017.
“Portrait of the Kings,” Interview with Matthew Lynch
, On Scripture Podcast, August 2016.
“The Deuteronomistic History and Israel’s Kings
,” The Bible and Interpretation, June 2016.
ProjectsProjects in Preparations:
Damning Dinah: The Priestly Battle against Intermarriage
Practical Prototypes: Models in the Deuteronomistic History