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The Genres of the Pentateuch and their Social Settings, in The Oxford Handbook of the Pentateuch (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021) 363–378.
Caleb and the Territory of Judah, in Writing, Rewriting, and Overwriting in the Books of Deuteronomy and the Former Prophets: Essays in Honor of Cynthia Edenburg, ed. I. Koch, T. Römer, and O. Sergi; Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 304 (Leuven: Peeters, 2019) 81–104.
Viewing the Promised Land, Moses Looks Even at the Transjordan, TheTorah.com (October 2019).
The Settlement of Reuben and Gad: A Rhetorical Case for Transjordan as Part of the Promised Land, TheTorah.com (August 2019). Also published in Hebrew: התיישבות גד וראובן: טיעון רטורי בדבר השתייכות עבר הירדן לארץ המובטחת, TheTorah.co.il (July 2021).
Navigating the Torah’s Rough Terrain into the Land, TheTorah.com (July 2019).
Genre Conventions and Their Implications for Composition History: A Case for Supplementation in Exodus 16, in Supplementation and the Study of the Hebrew Bible, ed. Saul M. Olyan and Jacob L. Wright, Brown Judaic Studies (Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2018).
For the Border of the Ammonites Was… Where?: Historical Geography and Biblical Interpretation in Numbers 21, in The Formation of the Pentateuch: Bridging the Academic Cultures of Europe, Israel, and North America, ed. J. C. Gertz, B. M. Levinson, D. Rom-Shiloni, and K. Schmid; Forschungen zum Alten Testament 111 (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016).
New Historicism, Historical Criticism, and Reading the Pentateuch, Religion Compass 8.3 (March 2014) 71–80, 10.1111/rec3.12099.
Mythologizing Exile: Life, Law, and Justice after the Flood, in Windows to the Ancient World of the Hebrew Bible: Essays in Honor of Samuel Greengus, ed. B. T. Arnold, N. L. Erickson, and J. H. Walton (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2014) 95–110. PDF posted by permission of the publisher. Book may be purchased here.
Literary Theory and Composition History of the Torah: The Sea Crossing (Exod 14:1-31) as a Test Case, in Approaches to Literary Readings of Ancient Jewish Writings, ed. K. Smelik and K. Vermeulen; Studia Semitica Neerlandica 62 (Leiden: Brill 2014) 53–76. Pre-print manuscript posted by permission of the publisher. Book may be purchased here.
Transjordan in Deuteronomy: The Promised Land and the Formation of the Pentateuch, Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 4 (2013) 769–89.
Deluge, War, and Dios Boule: Making Sense of Cross-Cultural Affinities in the Biblical Flood Story, KASKAL 7 (2010) 197–218.
Of Rattles and Rituals: An Anthropomorphic Rattle from the Nelson Glueck Collection at the Cincinnati Art Museum, Hebrew Union College Annual 70–71 (1999–2000) 5–26 (co-authored with Nili S. Fox).