Jeremy M. Hutton

 Jeremy M. Hutton
Address64 Mercer Street
Post Office Box 821
Princeton, NJ

Assistant Professor of Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary

Jeremy M. Hutton is assistant professor of Old Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary. He received his A.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard University. His doctoral dissertation, The Transjordanian Palimpsest: The Overwritten Texts of Personal Exile in the Deuteronomistic History, took an interdisciplinary approach to the symbolic geography of Transjordan and the Jordan River in the Deuteronomistic history, using concepts and models from anthropological, sociological, and philosophical thought. His research interests include the symbolic geography of Transjordan and the Jordan River in the Old and New Testaments, Israelite prophets and the institution of prophecy, anthropological and sociological approaches in biblical interpretation, and the formation and structure of the Deuteronomistic history, especially the books of Samuel. He teaches courses in biblical Hebrew, prophetic literature, and exegesis of Amos and the minor prophets. Hutton is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.

Major Publications
“‘Abdi-Asirta, the Slave, the Dog’: Invective and Self-Abasement in the Amarna Letters, the Lachish Letters, and 2 Sam: 3:8.” ZAH 15–16 (2002/2003): 2–18
“An Areal Trend in Ugartic and Phoenician and a New Translation of KTU 1.15 I 3. ” UF 35 (2003)
“Mahanaim, Penuel and Transhumance Routes: Observations on Genesis 32–33 and Judges 8.” JNES 65 (2006)

Areas of Interest

Old Testament;

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