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Neither Mice nor Men: Dehumanization and Extermination in Mesopotamian Sources, Ḥērem Texts, and the War Scroll
"Order from Chaos: Comparing Approaches to Violence in Anthropology, Assyriology, and the Study of the Hebrew Bible"
"Shame and Mutilation of Enemies in the Hebrew Bible"
“Dispossessing Nations: Population Growth, Scarcity, and Genocide in Ancient Israel and Twentieth-century Rwanda”
"Where There Is Dirt, Is There System?: Revisiting Biblical Purity Constructions"
Whipping the Words of Ezekiel into His Own Back: A Conversation on Portraying Biblical Violence
"The Universal and the Particular: Mary Douglas and the Politics of Impurity"
"The Apotheosis of Rage: Divine Anger and the Psychology of Israelite Trauma"
"Were Israelite Women Chattel?: Shedding New Light on an Old Question"
“‘They Have Become Women’: Judean Diaspora and Postcolonial Theories of Gender and Migration.”
“The Emasculation of Exile: Hypermasculinity and Feminization in the Book of Ezekiel.”
"'Like the Eunuch Who Does Not Beget': Gender, Mutilation, and Negotiated Status in the Ancient Near East"
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