Bernard M. Levinson is Associate Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Studies and of Law at the
Professor Levinson received his B.A. degree in English and Intellectual History with First Class Honors in 1974 from
Artigos na Web:
The First Constitution: Rethinking the Origins of Separation of Powers and Rule of Law in Light of Deuteronomy, CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 27:4 (2006): 1853–1888.
You Must Not Add Anything to What I Command You: Paradoxes of Canon and Authorship in Ancient Israel, in 50:1 Numen: International Review for the History of Religions 1 (2003).
The Reconceptualization of Kingship in Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomistic Historys Transformation of Torah, 51 Vetus Testamentum 511 (2001).