Angela Roskop Erisman was part of the team that launched MRB and served as its first Editorial Director. She is the owner of Angela Roskop Erisman Editorial and Associate Faculty Member at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. A 2008 graduate of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (Cincinnati), her work has straddled the fields of academia and publishing. She has served as Managing Director of Hebrew Union College Press and Visiting Assistant Professor of Theology at Xavier University (Cincinnati). She is the author of The Wilderness Itineraries: Genre, Geography, and the Growth of Torah (Eisenbrauns 2011), which won a 2014 Manfred Lautenschläger Award for Theological Promise, and several articles on the literary formation of the Pentateuch. When not studying Torah, she cooks, does calligraphy, and plays the violin.
Angela Roskop Erisman on MRB
The Birth of Academic Biblical Studies. On on Magne Sæbø, ed. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: The History of its Interpretation, Volume III/1: The Nineteenth Century — a Century of Modernism and Historicism.