Harvard Semitic Monographs

Within the broad range of the history, religion, society, and literature of the ancient Near East, titles in this series may treat an individual text or a topic that extends across a variety of texts and other sources. While the text or topic often has to do with the Hebrew Bible and ancient Israel, it can focus on other ancient Near Eastern cultures. Published volumes may be revised doctoral dissertations or other scholarly works of comparable importance.

The Harvard Semitic Monographs series publishes volumes from the Harvard Semitic Museum. Other series offered by Brill that publish volumes from the Museum include Harvard Semitic Studies and Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Levant, https://semiticmuseum.fas.harvard.edu/publications.
Gojko Barjamovic (Harvard University), Alejandro Botta (Boston University), Michael D. Coogan (Harvard University), Katrien de Graef (University of Ghent), Paul Delnero (The Johns Hopkins University), Steven E. Fassberg (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Uri Gabbay (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Randall Garr (University of California, Santa Barbara), Joe Greene (Harvard University), Jonathan Greer (Cornerstone University), Rebecca Hasselbach-Andee (University of Chicago), Rob Homsher (Harvard University), Jeremy Hutton (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Enrique Jimenez (Ciudad Universitaria), Dan’el Kahn (University of Haifa), Sara Milstein (The University of British Columbia), Na'ama Pat-el (University of Texas, Austin), Hervé Reculeau (University of Chicago), Francesca Rochberg (University of California, Berkeley), Aaron Rubin (Pennsylvania State University), Piotr Steinkeller (Harvard University), Jason Ur (Harvard University), Josh Walton (Capital University), Mark Weeden (SOAS, University of London), Christopher Woods (University of Chicago), Aaron A. Burke (University of California, Los Angeles)