- "The Epic Tradition in Ancient Israel – And What Happened to It?" in Isaac Kalimi, ed., Writing and Rewriting History in Ancient Israel and Near Eastern Cultures (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2020), pp. 17-30.
- "Tribute to Jim Eisenbraun," in "He Inscribed upon the Stone": Celebrating the Work of Jim Eisenbraun (Atlanta: SBL Press, 2020), pp. 178-180.
- "A Rare Piyyuṭ Text Used as a Binding Fragment in Torat Moshe (Venice, 1601) Held in the University of Sydney Library," in Andreas Lehnardt, ed., European Genizah: Newly Discovered Hebrew Binding Fragments in Context (European Genizah: Texts and Studies, vol. 5; Studies in Jewish History and Culture, vol. 63; Leiden: Brill, 2020), pp. 185-203.
- "Israelite Origins," in Richard E. Averbeck and K. Lawson Younger, eds., "An Excellent Fortress for His Armies, A Refuge for the People": Egyptological, Archaeological, and Biblical Studies in Honor of James K. Hoffmeier (University Park, Penn.: Eisenbrauns / Pennsylvania State University Press, 2020), pp. 327-339.
[PDF used with permission granted by Pennsylvania State University Press, publisher of this volume.
- “Chiasmus in the Book of Genesis," in John W. Welch and Donald W. Parry, eds., Chiasmus: The State of the Art = BYU Studies Quarterly 59, supplement (2020), pp. 17-34.
[article may be read online and/or the pdf file may be downloaded gratis at the link provided]
- "The Twelfth-Century Exodus View," in Mark D. Janzen, ed., Five Views on the Exodus: Historicity, Chronology, and Theological Implications (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2021), pp. 183-209 (plus smaller essays, including: a) responses to other contributors to the volume on pp. 66-70, 121-123, 172-174, 274-279; and b) rejoinder to responses to my essay on pp. 231-234).
- " pdf Israelian Hebrew in the Book of Amos ," in Aaron D. Hornkohl and Geoffrey Khan, eds., New Perspectives in Biblical and Rabbinic Hebrew (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2021), pp. 717-739.
- "Targumic Parallels to Variant Readings of the Book of Samuel amongst the Cairo Geniza Manuscripts," Aramaic Studies 19 (2021), pp. 41-53.
- “Aramaisms in Hymn 32 (1QHa 24:2 – 25:33),” in Steven E. Fassberg, ed., Hebrew Texts and Language of the Second Temple Period: Proceedings of an Eighth Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira (Studies in the Texts of the Desert of Judah, vol. 134; Leiden: Brill, 2021), pp. 236-259.
- " pdf The Ancestral Narratives " (= ch. 1), in John Merrill and Hershel Shanks, eds., Ancient Israel, 4th edition (Washington: Biblical Archaeology Society, 2021), pp. 1-15, 340-342. [pdf file posted with permission of Biblical Archaeology Society]
- " pdf Egypt and the Exodus " (= ch. 2), in John Merrill and Hershel Shanks, eds., Ancient Israel, 4th edition (Washington: Biblical Archaeology Society, 2021), pp. 17-58, 342-351 (co-authored with Manfred Bietak). [pdf file posted with permission of Biblical Archaeology Society]
- " pdf The Emergence of Israel in Canaan " (= ch. 3), in John Merrill and Hershel Shanks, eds., Ancient Israel, 4th edition (Washington: Biblical Archaeology Society, 2021), pp. 59-91, 351-355. [pdf file posted with permission of Biblical Archaeology Society]
- “Approaching Scripture: Insights from Judaism,” in Trevan G. Hatch and Leonard J. Greenspoon, eds., “The Learning of the Jews”: What Latter-day Saints Can Learn from Jewish Religious Experience (Salt Lake City: Kofford Books, 2021), pp. 1-21.
- “Genesis 49:4 – The Route of Facile Textual Emendation vs. Appreciation for Literary Brilliance,” Vetus Testamentum 71 (2021), pp. 673–686.
- Ve-’Ed Ya‘aleh (Gen 2:6): Essays in Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies Presented to Edward L. Greenstein, 2 vols., edited by Peter Machinist, Robert A. Harris, Joshua A. Berman, Nili Samet, and Noga Ayali-Darshan (Atlanta: SBL Press, 2021), vol. 1, pp. 559‒578.
"The Etymology of Sabaic brṯ ‘place’,” Journal of Semitic Studies (forthcoming).
“Jewish Babylonian Aramaic נוולא (B. Bava Meṣiʿa 67a, etc.): Its Meaning and Etymology,” Journal of the American Oriental Society (forthcoming)
- "Hebrew Compositions from the Pen of Thomas Neale, Regius Professor of Hebrew (1559‒1569), Addressed to Queen Elizabeth I on the Occasion of Her Majesty’s Visit to Oxford in 1566," Bodleian Library Record (forthcoming) (co-authored with Aaron D. Rubin).