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Ariel Feldman

Brite Divinity School educates women and men to lead in the ministry of Christ’s church, the academy and public life as witnesses to God’s reconciling and transforming love and justice.

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Biography

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Haifa, 2008
M.A., University of Haifa, 2004
B.A., University of Haifa, 2002

Religion

Jewish

Courses

  • Beyond Canon: Jewish Apocrypha & Pseudepigrapha
  • Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Reading Jewish Aramaic Texts
  • The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls
  • The Bible at Qumran
  • The Former Prophets Retold
  • The Patriarchs In Ancient Jewish Literature
  • Warriors, Prophets, and Sages

Monographs

  • The Rewritten Joshua Scrolls from Qumran: Texts, Translations, and Commentary. BZAW 438; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2013.
  • with L. Goldman, Scripture and Interpretation: Qumran Texts that Rework the Bible. Edited by D. Dimant. BZAW 449; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014.
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls Rewriting Samuel and Kings: Texts and Commentary. BZAW 469; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015.

Edited Volumes

  • with G.J. Brooke, On Prophets, Warriors, and Kings: Former and Latter Prophets through the Eyes of Their Interpreters. BZAW 470; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2016.
  • with M.E. Cioata and C. Hempel, Is there a Text in this Cave? STDJ; Leiden, Boston: Brill, scheduled to appear in May 2017.

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • with C. Batsch and D. Dimant, “Publications of André Caquot on the Qumran Scrolls and the Related Literature”, Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Meghillot) 3 (2005): 13-17 (Hebrew).
  • “The Reworking of the Biblical Flood Story in 4Q370”, Henoch 29 (2007): 31-50.
  • “Mikra and Aggada in 4Q370(Admonition Based on the Flood)”, Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Meghillot) 5-6 (2007): 219-236 (Hebrew).
  • with A. Livneh, “The List of Publications by Devorah Dimant”, Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Meghillot) 5-6 (2007): 17-27 (Hebrew).
  • “A Note on 4Q464a”, Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Meghillot) 7 (2009): 299-304 (Hebrew).
  • “1Q19 (The Book of Noah) Reconsidered”, Henoch 31 (2009): 284- 306.
  • “The Story of Exodus according to 4Q422”, Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Meghillot) 8-9 (2010): 373-391 (Hebrew).
  • “The Sinai Revelation according to 4Q377 (Apocryphal Pentateuch B)”, Dead Sea Discoveries 18 (2011): 155-172.
  • “Reading Exodus with Deuteronomy in 4Q368 frg. 2,” Journal of Ancient Judaism 3 (2012): 329-338.
  • “The Song of Miriam (4Q365 6a ii + 6c 1-7) Revisited”, Journal of Biblical Literature 132 (2013): 905-911.
  • “Moses’ Farewell Address according to 1QWords of Moses”, Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 23 (2014): 201-214.
  • “An Unknown Prayer from 4Q160 and 4Q382,” Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Meghillot) 11-12 (2014-15): 99-110 (Hebrew).

Chapters in Books, Festschrifts, Dictionaries

  • “The Flood Story according to 4Q422”, in D. Dimant, R. Kratz (eds.), The Dynamics of Exegesis and Language at Qumran (Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe 35) Mohr Siebeck 2009, pp. 57-77.
  • “The Book of Judges in Early Jewish Literature,” in G.J. Brooke, A. Feldman, eds., On Prophets, Warriors, and Kings: Former and Latter Prophets through the Eyes of Their Interpreters. BZAW 470; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2016, 77-94.
  • with F. Feldman, J. McDonald, and R. Serino, “Probing the Former Prophets with a New Online Tool for the Study of Biblical Quotations and Allusions in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in G.J. Brooke, A. Feldman, eds., On Prophets, Warriors, and Kings: Former and Latter Prophets through the Eyes of Their Interpreters. BZAW 470; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2016, 129-40.
  • “Patriarchs”, in G.J. Brooke, C. Hempel (eds.), T&T Clark Companion to Dead Sea Scrolls, forthcoming.
  • “1Q19 (The Book of Nooah,” in Armin Lange et al., eds., Textual History of the Bible: Volume 2. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
  • “4QJosha: An Abbreviated Text?,” in M.E. Cioata, C. Hempel, and A. Feldman, eds., Is there a Text in this Cave? STDJ; Leiden, Boston: Brill, forthcoming.
  • “Samuel, 1-2,” in D.M. Gurtner, L.T. Stuckenbruck, T&T Clark Companion to Second Temple Judaism, forthcoming
  • “Kings, 1-2,” in D.M. Gurtner, L.T. Stuckenbruck, T&T Clark Companion to Second Temple Judaism, forthcoming
  • “Judges,” in D.M. Gurtner, L.T. Stuckenbruck, T&T Clark Companion to Second Temple Judaism, forthcoming
  • “2Q21 apocrMoses?” in Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner, eds., Dead Sea Scrolls Editions (Small Qumran Caves), forthcoming
  • “5Q9 Work with Place Names (apocrJosh?),” in Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner, eds., Dead Sea Scrolls Editions (Small Qumran Caves), forthcoming
  • “6Q9 pap apocrSam-Kgs,” in Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner, eds., Dead Sea Scrolls Editions (Small Qumran Caves), forthcoming.
  • “Deuteronomy in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Oxford Handbook of Deuteronomy, ed. Don Benjamin, forthcoming.

Presentations

  • “Creating a Digital Tool for the Study of Biblical Quotations and Allusions in the Dead Sea Scrolls," A (together with F. Feldman) A Manchester, Newton Fellowship, and Nordic Network Symposium, University of Manchester, 24-26 July 2013
  • “On Kings and Prophets: Rewriting Former Prophets at Qumran”, the 16th Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, July 2013.
  • “Reading Joshua–Judges in 4Q522 (4QProphecy of Joshua): The Geography”, SBL, Chicago, 20 November 2012.
  • “Gabriel Revelation and the Dead Sea Scrolls”, Regional SBL: Joint Session: Hebrew Bible and New Testament, March 10, 2012.
  • “Deuteronomy Retold: Biblical Interpretation in 1Q22 Words of Moses”, ISBL, London, 4 July 2011

Book Reviews

  • Review of E. Qimron, The Dead Sea Scrolls: The Hebrew Writings: Volume One. Between Bible and Mishnah. Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi Press, 2010 (Hebrew), Journal of Semitic Studies 58 (2013):201-202.
  • Review of L.H. Schiffman, Qumran and Jerusalem: Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the History of Judaism. Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature. Grand Rapids, Michigan, Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, 2010, Journal of Semitic Studies 58 (2013):204-206.
  • Review of M.E. Stone, A. Amihay, and V. Hillel, Noah and His Books(s). SBL Early Judaism and Its Literature 28. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010, Journal of Semitic Studies 58 (2013):199-201.

Professional Affiliations

Society of Biblical Literature
Association for Jewish Studies
World Union of Jewish Studies