Graduate Theological Union
At GTU since 2002
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1996
M.A., Harvard University, 1994
B.A., U.C. Berkeley, 1988
Current Research and Teaching Interests
- The Society of Ancient Israel
- Tell en-Nasbeh
- Canaanite and Phoenician Cultures
- Archaeology and the Study of Religion
- Archaeology and the Cultures of the Hebrew Bible
- Art and Iconography of Ancient Near Eastern Religions
- Akko I: The Stratigraphy and the Bronze and Iron Age Material Culture of Area H. ASOR Final Report Series. David Brown Book Company, forthcoming.
- Interregional Interaction in the Late Iron Age: Phoenician and Other Foreign Goods from Tell en-Nasbeh” in Material Culture Matters: Essays on the Archaeology of the Southern Levant in Honor of Seymour Gitin, Eisenbrauns, 2014.
- “The Archaeology of the Extended Family: A Household Compound from Iron II Tell En-Nasbeh,” in Household Archaeology in Ancient Israel and Beyond, Brill, 2011.
“New Perspectives on Levantine Mortuary Ritual: A Cognitive Interpretive Approach to the Archaeology of Death.” in Historical Biblical Archaeology and the Future: The New
Pragmatism, Equinox, 2010.
“‘Those who Add House to House,’ Household Archaeology and the Use of Domestic Space in an Iron II Residential Compound at Tell en-Nasbeh,” in Exploring the
Longue Duree: Essays in Honor of Lawrence E. Stager, Eisenbrauns, 2009.
- “Late Bronze Age Canaanite Mortuary Practices,” in Ashkelon 1: Introduction and Overview, 1985-2000, Eisenbrauns, 2008.