Daniel E. Fleming

Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies

Harvard University, PhD 1990; Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, MDiv 1985

Office: 53 Washington Square South, Room 211

Phone: (212)998-8985

Research Interests

Assyriology; Hebrew Bible interpretation and cultural history; ancient Syria; Emar; ancient religion; interplay of ancient Near Eastern societies

External Affiliations

American Oriental Society; Society of Biblical Literature; American Schools of Oriental Research

Select Publications

Democracy's Ancient Ancestors: Mari and Early Collective Governance (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004)

Time at Emar: The Cultic Calendar and the Rituals form the Diviner's Archive (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2000)

The Installation of Baal's High Priestess at Emar. (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992)


Guggenheim Fellowship (2004-05); American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship (2004-05); Senior Fulbright Fellow to France (1997-98); National Endowment for Humanities Summer Stipend (1991)