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Eric M. Meyers, Bernice and Morton Lerner Emeritus Professor in Judaic Studies and Duke Middle East Studies Center and Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies

Eric M. Meyers

Dr. Meyers specializes in the social setting of late biblical prophecy in the Persian period, Second Temple Judaism, the archaeology of the Land of Israel, and the synagogue in early Judaism.

Contact Info:
Office Location:  230C Gray Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone:  (919) 660-3517
Email Address: send me a message
Web Page:  http://www.duke.edu/religion

Office Hours:

By appointment

Ph.D. Harvard University1969
MABrandeis University1964
ABDartmouth College1962

Old Testament
Research Interests: Late Biblical Literature, Rabbinics, Archaeology

Curriculum Vitae
Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. E.M. Meyers, Carol Meyers and Mark Chancey, The Bible in the Public Square Its Enduring Influence in American Life, Biblical Scholarship in North America, vol. 27 (2014), Society of Biblical Literature
  2. Meyers, EM; Meyers, CL; Balouka, M; de Vincenz, A, The Pottery from Ancient Sepphoris, edited by Meyers, EM; Meyers, CL, vol. 1 (January, 2013), pp. 227 pages, Eisenbrauns, ISBN 1575062690  [abs]
  3. E.M. Meyers and Mark Chancey, From Alexander to Constantine,: Archaeology of the Land of the Bible, Anchor Reference Library, vol. 3 (2012), Yale University Press
  4. E.M. Meyers and Carol Meyers, “New Translation with Brief Introductions and Comments to the Books of Haggai and Zechariah, in The New American Bible (2011), Fireside Catholic Publishing
  5. E.M. Meyers with Carol Meyers, Ancient Synagogue Excavations at Nabratein, Meiron Excavation Reports Series, vol. VI (2009), Eisenbraun

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