Faculty Directory

Uriah Y. Kim

Professor of Biblical Studies

Core Doctoral Faculty
At the GTU since
(510) 649-2442
Degrees and Certifications

PhD, Graduate Theological Union, May 2004


Curriculum Vitae

Research and Teaching Interests

Deuteronomistic History

History of Ancient Israel

Postcolonial Criticism

Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics

King David

Book of Judges

Selected Publications

T&T Clark Handbook of Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics, Editor with Seung Ai Yang, T&T Clark, 2019

Reading a Tendentious Bible: Essays in Honor of Robert B. Coote, Co-editor, Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2014

“More to the Eye than Meets the Eye:  A Protest against the Empire in Samson’s Death,” Biblical Interpretation, 2014

“The Politics of Othering in North America and in the Book of Judges,” Concilium, 2013

“Where is the Home for the Man of Luz?”  Interpretation, July 2011

Identity and Loyalty in the David Story: A Postcolonial Reading, Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008

Decolonizing Josiah: Toward a Postcolonial Reading of the Deuteronomistic History, Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005