Dissertations directed



• Strömberg Krantz, E., Des Schiffes Weg mitten im Meer. Beiträge zur Erforschung der nautischen Terminologie des Alten Testaments (ConB OT Series 19). 1982. Lund.

• Lindström, F., God and the origin of evil. A contextual analysis of alleged monistic evidence in the Old Testament (ConB OT Series 21). 1983. Lund.

• Axelsson, L.E., The Lord rose up from Seir. Studies in the history and tradition of the the Negev and southern Judah (ConB OT Series 25). 1987. Stockholm.

• Jonsson, G.A., The image of God. Genesis 1:26-28 in a century of Old Testament research (ConB OT Series 26). 1988. Stockholm. With Bo Johnson.

• Aurelius, E., Der Fürbitter Israels. Eine Studie zum Mosebild im alten Testament (ConB OT Series 27). 1988. Stockholm.

• Boström, L., The God of the sages. The portrayal of God in the Book of
Proverbs (ConB OT Series 29). 1990. Stockholm. With Fredrik Lindström.

• Viberg, Å., Symbols of law. A contextual analysis of legal symbolic acts in the Old Testamet (ConB OT Series 34). 1992. Stockholm.

• Cheney, M.S., Dust, wind and agony: character, speech and genre in Job (ConB OT Series 36). 1994. Stockholm. With Eep Talstra.

• Winther-Nielsen, N., A functional discourse grammar of Joshua. A computer-assisted rhetorical structure analysis (ConB OT Series 40). 1995. Lund. With Eep Talstra.

• Eidevall, G., Grapes in the Desert. Metaphors, models, and themes in Hosea 4—14 (ConB OT Series 43). 1996. Stockholm. With Kirsten Nielsen.

• Haettner Blomquist, T., Gates and gods. Cults in the city gates of Iron Age Palestine (ConB OT Series 46). 1999. Stockholm. With Charlotte Wikander.

• Ljungberg, B.-K. Verbal Meaning. A linguistic, literary, and theological framework for interpretive categories of the Hebrew verb as elaborated in the Book of Ruth. 2001. Teologiska Instituionen i Lund. Preliminary print. Co-turor; Bo Johnson main advisor.

• Fred, S., Varför säger Herren så? Profeterna, kontexterna, retoriken. En jämförelse mellan Amos och Malaki. 2003. Lund. With Anders Palm.

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