The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures is an academic, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of the Hebrew Bible that provides a forum for critical scholarly exchange. You’ll find articles from top Hebrew scholars on the latest trends in Hebrew and Old Testament scholarship, including historical, literary, textual, and interpretive topics. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures also includes reviews of the most important scholarly works, lexicons and grammars, and reference works from Old Testament scholarship.
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- Academic, peer-reviewed articles and reviews
- Old Testament scholarship from top Hebrew scholars
- The latest research and trends
- Title: Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, vols. 10–11
- Editor: Ehud Ben Zvi
- Publisher: Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
- Volumes: 2
About Ehud Ben Zvi
Ehud Ben Zvi, a professor in the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta, received his PhD from Emory University in 1990. He devotes his teaching and research energies to the Hebrew Bible, the Ancient Near East, the Second Temple Period, and Judaism, and has published several books and numerous articles. In addition to serving as general editor for the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, he has served as president of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies and as president of the Northwest American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature. He is also a member of the editorial board of the Review of Biblical Literature.