Special Issue: Transforming Memories of Collective Violence, HeBAI 10 (1/2021)
- Ammann, Sonja und Rhyder, Julia, Editorial Introduction: Transforming Memories of Collective Violence. Key Methods and Future Directions, 1–10
- Amman, Sonja, 2 Kings 24–25 and Jeremiah 52 as Diverging and Converging Memories of the Babylonian Conquest, 11–29
- Germany, Stephen, Self-Defense as a casus belli in Ancient Mesopotamian and Hittite Literature and in the Hebrew Bible, 30–44
- Bezold, Helge, Violence and Empire: Hasmonean Perspectives on Imperial Power and Collective Violence in the Book of Esther, 45–62
- Rhyder, Julia, The Commemoration of Violence in 1 and 2 Maccabees: Hanukkah and the Day of Nicanor, 63–76
- Honigman, Sylvie, Commemorative Fictions: Athens (480 BCE), Jerusalem (168 BCE), and Alexandria (38 CE), 77–96
Ammann, Sonja, “Oszillationen eines Traumas. Biblische Erzählungen der Eroberung Jerusalems,” Theologische Zeitschrift 74 (2018): 319–337.
Ammann, Sonja, “Voting with One’s Feet: Emigration as a Matter of Choice in the Jeremiah Narratives,” in Jesper Høgenhaven, Frederik Poulsen, and Cian Power (eds.), Images of Exile in the Prophetic Literature (FAT II/103; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2019), 121–135.
Germany, Stephen, “Scribal Cartography in Numbers 32; Deuteronomy 2–3; and Joshua 12–13” (forthcoming 2021 in the Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins).
Germany, Stephen, “Edom in the Books of Samuel and Kings: A Postmonarchic Literary and Theological Topos?” in B. Hensel (ed.), About Idumea and Edom: Recent Research and Approaches (London: Equinox, 2021).