Rhiannon Graybill

Rhiannon Graybill

Adjunct Professor of Introduction to Bible and Its Interpretation
Pronouns: She/Her

University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D., 2021
University of California, Berkeley, M.A., 2009
Swarthmore College, B.A., 2006

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (215) 620-5155

Rhiannon Graybill specializes in new approaches to the Hebrew Bible, especially feminist and queer biblical interpretation. She is the author of Texts after Terror: Rape, Sexual Violence, and the Hebrew Bible (Oxford University Press, 2021) and Are We Not Men?: Unstable Masculinity in the Hebrew Prophets (Oxford University Press, 2016), and has co-edited three books, including, Who Knows What We’d Make of It, If We Ever Got Our Hands on It?”: The Bible and Margaret Atwood (Gorgias Press, 2020), winner of the Margaret Atwood Society Award for best edited volume. She is currently co-writing a commentary on the book of Jonah and a second book on sexual violence and biblical texts. Originally from Montana, she holds a PhD in Near Eastern Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.