Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible & Old Testament Studies
PhD, Yale 2019
MA, Yale 2013
BA, University of Michigan 2011
- Biblical & Early Jewish Literature
- Wisdom & Apocalypticism
- Dead Sea Scrolls
- Biblical Languages
“The Rolling Corpus: Materiality and Pluriformity at Qumran, with Special Consideration of the Serekh ha-Yaḥad,” forthcoming in Dead Sea Discoveries.
“On 'True' Editions: Pluriformity and Authority Between Psalms and Serekh,” in Scribal Practice, Text and Canon in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Essays in Memory of Peter W. Flint (Eds. J. J. Collins & A. Geyser-Fouche; STDJ 130; Leiden: Brill, forthcoming).
“New Readings in 4Q256 (4QSb),” Revue de Qumran 30 (2018): 69-77.
“New Readings in 4Q118 i (4QChronicles) and a Parallel at 4Q381 31 (4QNon-Canonical Psalms B),” Revue de Qumran 29 (2017): 129-38.
"Compositional Technique in the Temple Scroll: Creative Interpretation and Integrative Interpretation in the Passover Legislation," in New Vistas on Early Judaism and Christianity: From Enoch to Montréal and Back (Eds. L. DiTommaso & G. S. Oegema; JCTCRS 22; London: T&T Clark, 2016), 112-30.
“The Community Rule or Rules for the Communities?: Contextualizing the Qumran Serakhim” in Sibyls, Scriptures, and Scrolls: John Collins at Seventy (Eds. J. Baden, H. Najman & E. Tigchelaar; JSJSup 175; Leiden: Brill, 2016), 916-39.
- Biblical Hebrew
- Classical Ethiopic
- Biblical Textual Criticism
- Methods: Pentateuch & Histories
- Book of Daniel: Court Tales & Visions