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Professor i Gamla testamentets exegetik, lärare i Gamla testamentet
lena-sofia.tiemeyer@altutbildning.se

Publikationer

Avhandling

1. Priestly Rites and Prophetic Rage: Post-Exilic Prophetic Critique of the Priesthood (Forschungen zum Alten Testament II/19; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006).

Artiklar i referee-granskade tidskrifter

2. ‘The Book of Jonah in Jewish-Christian Debate’, Taiwan Baptist Christian Seminary Journal 17 (2019), pp. 9–39.

3. ‘Peace for Our Time: Reading Jonah in Dialogue with Abravanel in the Book of the Twelve’, Journal of Hebrew Scripture 17, no. 6 (2017), pp. 1–23. DOI: 10.5508/jhs.2017.v17.a6

4. ‘Retelling Noah and the Flood: A Fictional Encounter with Genesis 6–9’, Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception 6, no. 2 (2017). DOI: 10.11157/rsrr6-2-706

5. ‘Death or Conversion: The Gentiles in the Concluding Chapters of the Book of Isaiah and the Book of the Twelve’, Journal of Theological Studies 68 (2017), pp. 1–22.

6. ‘A New Look at the Biological Sex / Grammatical Gender of Jonah’s Fish’, Vetus Testamentum 66 (2016), pp. 1–17.

7. ‘When God Seems Cruel: Responsible Christian Readings of Tough Passages in the Old Testament’, Central Taiwan Theological Seminary Journal (2014), pp. 14–50.

8.‘To Read – or not to Read – Ezekiel as Christian Scripture’, Expository Times 121/10 (2010), pp. 1–8.

9.‘Through a Glass Darkly: Zechariah’s Unprocessed Visionary Experience’, Vetus Testamentum 58 (2008), pp. 573–594.

10. ‘Abraham, a Judahite Prerogative’, Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 120 (2008), pp. 49–66.

11. ‘Recent Currents in the Research of the Prophetic Literature’, Expository Times 119/4 (2008), pp. 161–169.

12. ‘The Compassionate God of Traditional Jewish and Christian Exegesis’, Tyndale Bulletin 58/2 (2007), pp. 183–207.

13. ‘Geography and Textual Allusions: Interpreting Isaiah 40–55 and Lamentations as Judahite Texts’, Vetus Testamentum 57 (2007), pp. 367–385.

14. ‘God’s Hidden Compassion’, Tyndale Bulletin 57 (2006), pp. 191–213.

15. ‘A Busy Night at the Heavenly Court’, Svensk Exegetisk Årsbok 71 (2006), pp. 187–207.

16. ‘The Question of Indirect Touch—Lam 4,14; Ezek 44,19 and Hag 2,12–13’, Biblica 87 (2006), pp. 64–74.

17. ‘Giving a Voice to Malachi’s Interlocutors’, Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 19/2 (2005), pp. 173–192.

18. ‘Prophecy as a Way of Cancelling Prophecy: The Strategic Uses of Foreknowledge’, Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 117 (2005), pp. 329–350.

19. ‘The Watchman Metaphor in Isaiah lvi–lxvi’, Vetus Testamentum 55 (2005), pp. 378–400.

20. ‘Compelled by Honour: A New Interpretation of Zechariah II 12A (8A)’, Vetus Testamentum 54 (2004), pp. 352–372.

21. ‘The Haughtiness of the Priesthood (Isa 65,5)’, Biblica 85/2 (2004), pp. 237–244.

Monografier

22. Jonah Through the Centuries (Wiley-Blackwell Commentary Series; London: Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming).

23. Zechariah’s Vision Report and Its Earliest Interpreters: A Redaction-Critical Study of Zechariah 1–8 (LHBOTS 626; London: T&T Clark, 2016).

24. Zechariah and His Visions: An Exegetical Study of Zechariah’s Vision Report (LHBOTS 605; London: T&T Clark, 2015).

25. For the Comfort of Zion: The Geographical and Theological Location of Isaiah 40–55 (Vetus Testamentum Supplement 139; Leiden: Brill, 2011).

Läroböcker

26. Ezra-Nehemiah: Israel’s Quest for Identity (Old Testament Guides; London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017).

27. Companion to the Old Testament: Introduction, Interpretation, Application (together with Hywel Clifford, Douglas Earl, and Ryan P. O’Down; London: SCM Press, 2016).

28. Introduction to Biblical Hebrew (Online, Scholar’s Publisher, 2013).

Bokkapitel

29. ‘God’s Compassionate Change of Mind: How the Hebrew Bible Challenges Traditional Understandings of Providence’, in The T&T Clark Companion to the Doctrine of Providence (ed. Justin Stratis; London: T&T Clark, forthcoming).

30. ‘Isaiah in the Neo-Babylonian Period’, in Cambridge Companion to Isaiah (ed. Christopher Hays; Cambridge: CUP, forthcoming).

31. ‘Continuity of Worship: The Portrayal of the Temple and its Cult in Isaiah 40–55’, in Writing and Re-Writing History by Destruction: Papers Read at the Annual Conference of the Minerva Center for the Relations between Israel and Aram in Biblical Times Held at Leipzig, May 14-17th, 2018 (eds Angelica Berlejung and Aren M. Maeir; RIAB 3 / ORA; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming).

32. ‘What can Isaiah 24–27, Ezekiel 38–39, and Zechariah 9–14 Teach us about Late Persian / Early Hellenistic Scribal Practices?’ in Prophecy and Hellenism (eds Hannes Bezzel and Uwe Becker; FAT II; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming).

33. ‘God’s Forgiveness and Mutability in the Book of Amos’, in Amos: Book, Prophet, Prophecy, Context (ed. Stefan Beyerle; BZAW; Berlin, de Gruyter, forthcoming).

34. ‘David and Michal in Twentieth and Twenty-first-century Western Fiction’, in Warrior, Poet, Prophet and King: The Character of David in Judaism, Christianity and Islam (ed. Marzena Zawanowska; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming 2020).

35. ‘The Haggai-Zechariah 1–8 Corpus’, in The Book of the Twelve: Composition, Reception, and Interpretation (eds Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer and Jakob Wöhrle; FIOTL 9/VTS 184: Leiden: Brill, forthcoming 2020), pp. 38–64.

36. ‘Dumping Your Toxic Waste Abroad: Exorcism and Healing in Zechariah’s Vision Report and Beyond’, in Healing and Exorcism (eds Mikael Tellbe and Tommy Wasserman, with Ludvig Nyman; WUNT II/511; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019), pp. 10–30.

37. ‘Jonah, the Eternal Fugitive: Exploring the Intertextuality of Jonah’s Flight in the Bible and Its Later Reception’, in Images of Exile in the Prophetic Literature (eds Jesper Høgenhaven, Frederik Poulsen, and Cian Power; FAT II/103; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019), pp. 255–268.

38. ‘Dating Zechariah 3 and 4: The Evidence in Favour of and Against Understanding Zechariah 3 and 4 as Sixth Century Texts’, in On Dating Biblical Texts to the Persian Period: Discerning Criteria and Establishing Epochs (eds Richard J. Bautch and Mark Lackowski; FAT II/101; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019), pp. 65–77.

39. ‘The Seer and the Priest: The Case of the Co-called Linen Ephod’, in Prophecy and Its Cultic Dimensions (ed. Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer; JAJS 31; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2019), pp. 135–151.

40. ‘When God Changes His Mind: A Theological Exploration of Jonah 3:9–10 and 4:2’, in Orden är dig mycket nära (eds Birger Olsson and James Starr; Skellefteå, Sweden: Artos, 2018), pp. 125–146.

41. ‘Jonah and His Fish: The Monstrification of God’s Servant in Early Jewish and Christian Reception History’, in Fallen Animals: Art, Religion, Literature (ed. Zohar Hadromi-Allouche; Ecocritical Theory and Practice: Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2017), pp. 47–70.

42. ‘Reading Zechariah’s Vision Report in the Book of the Twelve’, in The Book of the Twelve: An Anthology of Prophetic Books or The Result of Complex Redactional Processes? (ed. Heiko Wenzel; Osnabrücker Studien zur Jüdischen und Christlichen Bibel 4; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2018), pp. 49–77.

43. ‘Jonah and the Foreigners: Interreligious Relations in the Reception History of the Book of Jonah’, in Interreligious Relations: Biblical Perspectives (eds Hallvard Hagelia and Markus Zehnder; London: T&T Clark, 2017), pp. 259–279.

44. ‘Vocalization and Interpretation in Isaiah 56–66: Weyikṭol or Wayyikṭol in Isaiah 63.1–6 as a Case of Early Jewish Interpretation’, in Studies in Isaiah: History, Theology, and Reception (eds Greger Andersson, Tommy Wasserman, and David Willgren; LHBOTS 654; London: T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, 2017), pp. 157–180.

45. ‘Attitudes to the Cult in Jonah: In the Book of Jonah, the Book of the Twelve, and Beyond’, in Priests and Cult in the Book of the Twelve (ed. Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer; ANEM 14; Atlanta, GA: SBL, 2016), pp. 119–135. https://www.sbl-site.org/assets/pdfs/pubs/9780884141532_OA.pdf

46. ‘The Vision Report Genre between Form-Criticism and Redaction-Criticism: An Investigation of Amos 7–9 and Zechariah 1–6’, in The New Form Criticism and the Book of the Twelve (eds Mark M. Boda, Michael Floyd, and Colin Toffelmire; SBL, Ancient Near Eastern Monographs; Atlanta, GA: SBL, 2015), pp. 58–80.

47. ‘Hope and Disappointment: The Judahite Critique of the Exilic Leadership in Isaiah 56–66’, in New Perspectives on Old Testament Prophecy and History. FS Hans M. Barstad (eds Rannfrid Thelle, Terje Stordalen, Mervyn Richardson, and Robert P. Gordon; VTS 168; Leiden: Brill, 2015), pp. 57–73.

48. ‘Continuity and Discontinuity in Isaiah 40–66: History of Research’, in Continuity and Discontinuity: Chronological and Thematic Development in Isaiah 40–66 (eds Lena-Sofia. Tiemeyer and Hans M. Barstad; FRLANT 255; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014), pp. 13–40.

49. ‘The Polyvalence of Zechariah’s Vision Report’, in ‘I Lifted My Eyes and Saw’: Reading Dream and Vision Reports in the Hebrew Bible (eds Elizabeth Hayes and Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer; LHBOTS; London: T&T Clark, 2014), pp. 16–29.

50. ‘YHWH, the Divine Beings, and Zechariah 1–6’, in Monotheism in Late Prophecy and Early Apocalyptic Literature: Studies of the Sofja Kovalevskaja Research Group on Early Jewish Monotheism, III (eds N. MacDonald and K. Brown; FAT II/72: Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014), pp. 73–101.

51. ‘The Lament in Isaiah 63:7–64:11 and its Literary and Theological Place within Isaiah 40–66’, in The Book of Isaiah: Enduring Questions Answered Anew: Essays Honoring Joseph Blenkinsopp and His Contribution to the Study of Isaiah (eds Richard Bautch and J. Todd Hibbard; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2014), pp. 58–76.

52. ‘Imperial Influence on the Language and Content of Isaiah 40–55’, in Isaiah and Imperial Context: The Book of Isaiah in the Times of Empire (eds Andrew T. Abernethy, Mark Brett, Tim Bulkeley and Tim Meadowcroft; Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2013), pp. 122–136.

53. ‘The Doubtful Gain of Penitence: The Fine Line between Lament and Penitential Prayer’, in Spiritual Complaint: Theology and Practice of Lament (eds Tim Bulkeley and Miriam Bier; Eugene, OR: Pickwick Press, 2013), pp. 102–121.

54. ‘Were the Neo-Assyrian Prophets Intercessors? A Comparative Study of Neo-Assyrian and Israelite Prophecy’, in ‘Thus Speaks Ishtar of Arbela’: Prophecy in Israel, Assyria and Egypt in the Neo-Assyrian Period (eds R. Gordon and Hans M. Barstad; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013), pp. 253–272.

55. ‘Isaiah 40–55: A Drama of Judahite Voices’, in Daughter Zion: Her Portrait, Her Response (eds Mark J. Boda, Carol J. Dempsey, and LeAnn Snow Flesher; Atlanta, GA: SBL, 2012), pp. 55–75.

56. ‘The Coming of the Lord in Isaiah 40–66’, in Let Us Go Up To Zion: Essays in Honour of H. G. M. Williamson on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday (eds Mark J. Boda and Ian W. Provan; VTS 143; Leiden: Brill, 2012), pp. 233–244.

57. ‘Ezekiel – A Compromised Prophet in Reduced Circumstances’, in Constructs of Prophecy in the Former and Latter Prophets and in Other Texts (eds Lester L. Grabbe and Martti Nissinen; ANEM; SBL, 2011), pp. 165–185.

58. ‘Lamentations in Isaiah 40–55’, in Great is Thy Faithfulness? Toward Reading Lamentations as Christian Scripture (eds Robin Parry and Heath A. Thomas; Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2011), pp. 55–63.

59. ‘Will the Prophetic Texts from the Hellenistic Period Stand Up, Please’, in Judah between East and West: The Transition from Persian to Greek Rule (400–200 BCE) (eds Lester L. Grabbe and Oded Lipschits; LSTS 75: London: T&T Clark, 2011), pp. 255–279. https://www.sbl-site.org/assets/pdfs/pubs/062804P.front.pdf

60. ‘The Priests and the Temple Cult in the Book of Jeremiah’, in Prophecy in the Book of Jeremiah (eds Hans M. Barstad and Reinhard G. Kratz; BZAW 388; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2009), pp. 232–263.

61. ‘Two Prophets, Two Laments, and Two Ways of Dealing with Earlier Texts’, in Die Textualisierung der Religion (ed. Joachim Schaper; FAT 62; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2009), pp. 185–202.

62. ‘Zechariah’s Spies and Ezekiel’s Cherubim’, in Tradition and Innovation in Haggai and Zechariah: Tradition in Transition (eds Mark J. Boda and Michael F. Floyd; LHBOTS 475; London/New York: Continuum, 2008), pp. 104–127.

63. ‘The Guilty Priesthood (Zech 3)’, in The Book of Zechariah and its Influence (ed. Christopher M. Tuckett; Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2003), pp. 1–19.

Introduktioner, artiklar i uppslagsverk, översiktsartiklar

64. ‘Zechariah, Introduction’, in HarperCollins Study Bible (forthcoming).

65. ‘Nehemiah (Book and Person)—Judaism—Mediaeval Judaism’, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception (online)

66. ‘Nineveh— Mediaeval Judaism’, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception.

67. ‘The Book of Zechariah’, in The New Oxford Bible Commentary (eds Katharine Dell and David Lincicum; Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

68. ‘Zechariah 3 and the Women of Jerusalem’, in Zechariah (eds Malka Simkovich and Leslie Hoppe; Wisdom Commentary; Liturgical Press, forthcoming).

69. ‘Isaiah’, in God in the Details: A Biblical Survey of the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures (eds Timotheos Tsohantaridis and John S. Knox; Dubuque, IA: KendallHunt, 2017), pp. 177–179.

70. ‘Noah in Fiction’, in Oxford Biblical Studies Online.

71. ‘Zadok’, in Oxford Bibliographies (online).

72. ‘Jonah (Book and Person)—Film’, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception (online).

73. ‘Jonah (Book and Person)—Judaism—Rabbinic Judaism’, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception (online).

74. ‘Joel (Book and Person)—Literature’, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception (online).

75. ‘The Prophets: Looking Forward’, in The Oxford Handbook of the Prophets (ed. Carolyn J. Sharp, Oxford; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), pp. 666–672.

76. ‘The Book of Ezekiel’, in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets (eds Mark J. Boda and J. Gordon McConville; Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity Press, 2012), pp. 214–229.

77. ‘Eschatology in the Old Testament’, in What Are We Waiting For: Hopeful Theologians in Discussion (eds Steven Holmes and Russell Rook; Milton Keynes: Paternoster Press, 2008), pp. 13–23.

78. ‘Despite and Nonetheless (Isaiah 43:1–7)’, in Expository Times 118/3 (2006), pp. 132–133.

79. ‘Feminist and Ideological Interpretation’, in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry and Writings (eds Tremper Longman III and Peter Enns; Leicester: Intervarsity Press, 2008), pp. 205–218.

80. ‘Lebanon’, in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books (eds Bill T. Arnold and H.G.M. Williamson; Leicester: Intervarsity Press, 2005), pp. 650–652.

81. ‘Manasseh’, in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books (eds Bill T. Arnold and H.G.M. Williamson; Leicester: Intervarsity Press, 2005), pp. 674–677.

82. ‘Sanballat’, in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books (eds Bill T. Arnold and H.G.M. Williamson; Leicester: Intervarsity Press, 2005), pp. 877–880.

Konferenspapper

1. ‘The Revelation of Power / The Power of Revelation in 1 Samuel’, presented at the webinar on Power, University of Melbourne, 10 July 2020

2. ‘Jonah in 20th Century Literature’, presented at the Winter Meeting of the Society of the Old Testament Study, Nottingham, UK, 7 Jan. 2020.

3. ‘Review of Christopher Hays, The Origins of Isaiah 24–2’, at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Diego, California, 23 Nov. 2019.

4. ‘God’s Indecisiveness: His “No, Yes, No, Yes” in Hosea’, at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Diego, California, 23 Nov. 2019.

5. ‘The Cyrus Cylinder in Biblical Research’, at the PERSIAS Conference, King’s College London, UK, 29 Aug. 2019.

6. ‘Jonah Through the Centuries’, a set of three day-conferences presented at the Baptist Seminary of Tainan (2 May 2019), Central Taiwan Theological College in Taichung (6 May 2019), and the Baptist Seminary of Taipei, Taiwan (15 May 2019).

7. ‘The Book of Jonah in Jewish-Christian Debate’, presented at King’s College London, UK, 24 April 2019. https://www.kcl.ac.uk/events/ethel-m-wood-lecture-2019.

8. ‘Haggai-Zechariah 1–8 in the Book of the Twelve: A Dialogue with James Nogalski’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, Denver, Colorado, 19 Nov. 2018.

9. ‘Bede’s Portrait of Nehemiah: A Portrait Made of Proof-Texts and Selection’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, Denver, Colorado, 17 Nov. 2018.

10. ‘God’s Forgiveness and Mutability in Amos’s Vision Report and Beyond’, presented at the conference Amos: Book – Prophet – Prophecy – Context in Greifswald, Germany, 14 Sept. 2018.

11. ‘The Creation of the Final Form of Ezekiel and the Final Form of the Book of Zechariah—Hellenistic Influences?’ presented at the Aberdeen Prophecy Network Conference in Jena, Germany, 18 June 2018.

12. ‘Continuity of Worship: The Portrayal of the Temple and its Cult in Isa 40–55’, presented at the Minerva Conference in Leipzig, German, 17 May 2018.

13. ‘Intercession, Repentance, and God’s Forgiveness: A Dialogue between Open Theism and the Book of Jonah’, presented at the conference Forgiveness in Dublin, Ireland, 11–12 May 2018.

14. ‘Getting Rid of your Toxic Waste’, presented at the conference Healing and Exorcism in Örebro, Sweden, 8 March 2018.

15. ‘David and Michal in Contemporary Western Fiction’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, Boston, Massachusetts, Nov. 2017

16. ‘Zion in Post-Monarchic Prophetic Texts’, presented at the 17th World Congress of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, 7 Aug. 2017.

17. ‘Exile as Death, and Death as Exile in the Book of Jonah’, presented at the conference Exile and Prophecy in Copenhagen, Denmark, 8 May 2017.

18. ‘When God Changes His Mind: An Exploration of the Reception History of Jonah 3:9’, presented at the Conference ‘Gamla testamentets tolkning och kontextualisering’, Johannelund Theological Seminary, Uppsala, Sweden, 6 Feb. 2017.

19. ‘The Seer and the Priest: The Significance of the Presentation of Cultic Personnel as Prophets’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Antonio, Texas, 20 Nov. 2016.

20. ‘Reading Jonah in Dialogue with Abravanel in the Book of the Twelve’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Antonio, Texas, 19 Nov. 2016.

21. ‘David and the Wife of his Youth in Twentieth and Twenty-first-century Western Fiction’, presented at the Conference on King David, Warsaw, Poland, 28 Oct. 2016.

22. ‘Zechariah’s Vision Report in the Book of the Twelve’, presented at ISBL, Seoul, South Korea, 7 July 2016.

23. ‘Reading Noah and the Flood: A Fictional Encounter with Genesis 6–9’, presented at ISBL, Seoul, South Korea, 6 July 2016.

24. ‘Zechariah’s Vision Report in the Book of the Twelve’, presented at the Conference on the Book of the Twelve at ETF in Leuven, Belgium, 24 June 2016.

25. ‘Jonah and the Foreigners: Interreligious Relationships in the Reception History of the Book of Jonah’, presented at Kristiansand, Norway, 11 Aug. 2015.

26. ‘Species Ambiguity and Sex Change in the Book of Jonah: A Fishy Tale’, presented at the International Meeting of the SBL, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 21 July 2015.

27. ‘Jonah and the Foreigners: Interreligious Relationships in the Reception History of the Book of Jonah’, presented at the International Meeting of the SBL, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 23 July 2015.

28. ‘Interpretation and Vocalization: Weyikṭol or Wayyikṭol in Isaiah 57:17–18 and 63:1–6 as Cases of Masoretic Biblical Interpretation’, presented at the conference The Words of the Prophets, Their Meaning and History of Reception—With Special Focus on the Books of Isaiah and the Twelve Prophets, Örebro, Sweden, 23 April 2015.

29. ‘Jonah and the Fish: The Monstrification of God’s Servant in Jewish and Christian Reception History’, presented at the conference ‘Fallen Animals’ in Aberdeen, UK, March 2015.

30. ‘Review of Dalit Rom Shiloni, Exclusive Inclusivity’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Diego, California, 25 Nov. 2014.

31. ‘The Role of the Gentiles in the Cult of YHWH in the Concluding Chapters of the Book of Isaiah and the Book of the Twelve’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Diego, California, 23 Nov. 2014.

32. ‘Utopia and Dystopia in Isaiah 56–66: A Syntactical Investigation’, presented at A Day in Honour of Professor Hans Barstad, New College, Edinburgh, UK, 31 Oct. 2014.

33. ‘Prophetic Vision Reports between Form- and Redaction-Criticism: An Investigation of Amos 7–9 and Zech 1–6’, presented at the Summer Meeting of the Society of the Old Testament Study, Oxford, UK, 22 July 2014.

34. ‘Hope and Disappointment: The Judahite Critique of the Exilic Leadership in Isaiah 56–66’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, Baltimore, Maryland, 23 Nov. 2013.

35. ‘Dating Zechariah 1–6: The Evidence in Favour of and Against Understanding Zechariah 1–6 as a Sixth Century Text’, presented at the International Meeting of the SBL, St Andrews, UK, 10 July 2013.

36. ’Hur mycket visste författarna till Jes 40–55 om Babylon och vad betyder detta för dess geografiska ursprung?’ presented at Stockholm School of Theology, Sweden, 24 April 2013.

37. ‘Daughter Zion and the Lament in Isaiah 63:7–64:11’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, Chicago, Illinois, 22 Nov. 2012.

38. ‘A Visionary Experience and its Interpretations: A New Look at the Redaction History of Zechariah’s Vision Report’, presented at the International Meeting of the SBL/Annual Meeting of the EABS, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 22 July 2012.

39. ‘YHWH, the Divine Beings, and Zechariah 1–8’, presented at the conference Monotheism in Late Prophetic and Apocalyptic Literature in Göttingen, Germany, 18 June 2012.

40. ‘Zechariah’s Vision Report – Religious Experience or Literary Fiction?’ presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Francisco, California, 19 Nov. 2011.

41. ‘A Vision within a Vision’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Francisco, California, 20 Nov. 2011.

42. ‘Continuity and Discontinuity in Isaiah 40–66: History of Research’, presented at the Meeting of the Edinburgh Prophecy Network, Aberdeen, UK, 7 Oct. 2011.

43. ‘The Polyvalency of Zechariah’s Vision Report’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the EABS, Thessaloniki, Greece, 9 Aug. 2011.

44. ‘Reading the Prophets Responsibly: The Use of the Hebrew Prophets in the Church Today’, presented at Africa International College, Nairobi, Kenya, 8 June 2011.

45. ‘Imperial Influence on the Language and Content of Isaiah 40–55’, presented at the ‘Isaiah and Empire Colloquium’, Laidlaw College, Auckland, NZ, 15 Feb. 2011.

46. ‘The Fine Line between Lament and Penitential Prayer’, presented at the Colloquium on ‘Spiritual Complaints’, Laidlaw Carey Graduate School, Auckland, NZ, 11 Feb. 2011.

47. ‘The Coming of the Lord – An Inter-textual Reading of Isa 40:1–11; 52:7–10; 59:15–20 and Isa 63:1–6’, presented at the International Meeting of the SBL, Tartu, Estonia, 27 July 2010.

48. ‘Were the Neo-Assyrian Prophets Intercessors? A Comparative Study of Neo-Assyrian and Israelite Prophecy’, presented at the Meeting of the Edinburgh Prophecy Network, Edinburgh, UK, 11 Dec. 2009.

49. ‘A Response to Marvin Sweeney’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, New Orleans, Louisiana, 22 Nov. 2009.

50. ‘To Read – or not to Read – Ezekiel as Christian Scripture’, presented as the Old Testament Lecture at the Tyndale Triennial Conference at Tyndale House, Cambridge, UK, 6 July 2009.

51. ‘Daughter Zion of Judah’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, Boston, Massachusetts, 23 Nov. 2008.

52. ‘The Judahite Community behind Daughter Zion’, presented at the summer meeting of the Society of the Old Testament Study, Oxford, UK, 23 July 2008.

53. ‘En gåtfull spegelbild – Sakarjas visionsupplevelse’, presented at Johannelund Theological Seminary, Uppsala, Sweden, 9 April 2008.

54. ‘Ezekiel the Man, the Prophet, the Priest and the Watchman’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, San Diego, California, 18 Nov. 2007.

55. ‘A Synchronic or a Diachronic Reading Isaiah 40–55 – Does it Differ?’ presented at the Annual Meeting of SBL, San Diego, California, 18 Nov. 2007.

56. ‘Abraham, a Judahite Prerogative’, presented at the International Meeting of the SBL, Vienna, Austria, 3 July 2007.

57. ‘Jeremiah and the Priests’, presented at the Meeting of the Edinburgh Prophecy Network, Edinburgh, UK, 11 May 2007.

58. ‘Geography and Textual Allusions: Interpreting Isaiah 40–55 and Lamentations as Judahite Texts’, presented at the International Meeting of the SBL, Edinburgh, UK, 3 July 2006.

59. ‘Zechariah’s Unprocessed Visionary Experience’, presented at the Annual Meeting of the SBL, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 21 Nov. 2005.

60. ‘Two prophets, Two Laments and Two Ways of Dealing with Earlier Texts’, presented at the Conference on Die Textualisierung der Religion. Juda und Jerusalem zwischen Kult und Text vom 7. bis 5. Jh. v. Chr, at Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Germany, 8 July 2005.

61. ‘The Compassionate God of Jewish Exegesis’, presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific North-West Regional Meeting of the SBL, Seattle, Washington, 29 April 2005.