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Eric D. Reymond
B.A., Bennington College
M.A., The University of Chicago
Ph.D., The University of Chicago
Before joining YDS in 2010 to teach Hebrew, Mr. Reymond taught Aramaic and related languages and topics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Author of three books (Qumran Hebrew: An Overview of Orthography, Phonology, and Morphology;
Innovations in Hebrew Poetry: Parallelism and the Poems of Sirach; and New Idioms within Old: Poetry and Parallelism in the Non-Masoretic Poems of 11Q5(= 11QPsa)) and many articles, he researches the language and literary idiom of biblical and postbiblical Hebrew literature, especially that found among the Dead Sea Scrolls. He also is interested in the pedagogy of teaching ancient langauges; his lessons on Aramaic grammar have been incorporated into BibleWorks software. He is also a published poet, his poems having appeared in the New Orleans Review, the Portland Review, and New South, among others.
- Qumran Hebrew: An Overview of Orthography, Phonology, and Morphology. Resources for Biblical Study 76. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2014. Pp. xvii + 309.
- New Idioms within Old: Poetry and Parallelism in the Non-Masoretic Poems of 11Q5(= 11QPsa) (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, forthcoming).
- Innovations in Hebrew Poetry: Parallelism and the Poems of Sirach (Studies in Biblical Literature 9; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004).