Jason Kalman is Professor of Classical Hebrew Literature and Interpretation at the Cincinnati School of HUC-JIR. He received his Ph.D. in 2005 from the Department of Jewish Studies at McGill University and is a research fellow affiliated with the University of the Free State, South Africa. He also holds a degree in education and MA from McGill. He specializes in the history of Jewish biblical exegesis and his specific research interests include Dead Sea Scrolls reception history, rabbinic anti-Christian polemic, medieval intellectual history as reflected in biblical commentary, and biblical interpretation after the Holocaust. http://huc.academia.edu/JasonKalman
"Dark Places Around the University: The Johns Hopkins University's Admissions Quota and the Jewish Community, 1945-1951" HUCA 81 (2010) pp. 233-279 [The volume appeared in April 2013].
"Job at the Crossroads: The Place of Kol Dodi Dofek in the History of Jewish Interpretation of the Book of Job" (Hebrew) in A. Rosenak and N. Rothenberg, Rabbi in the New World: The Influence of Rabbi J. B. Soloveitchik on Culture, Education, and Jewish Thought (Hebrew, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2011): 177-203.