Dr. Garroway was appointed Visiting Assistant Professor of Bible at the HUC-JIR Jack H. Skirball Campus in 2011. Her scholarly interests include the status of children in the ancient Near East, Deuteronomistic Histories, Former Prophets, feminist and gender studies, and archaeology. Before coming to Los Angeles, Dr. Garroway received her doctorate in Hebrew Bible and Cognate Studies at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati in 2009. Prior to completing her degree she spent time studying and researching in Israel and has participated in excavations at Ashkelon, Tel Dor, and Tel Dan. She currently resides in Pasadena with her husband and three boys.
"Gendered or (Un)Gendered? The Perception of Children in the Ancient Near East," Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 71.1 (2012): 95-114.
“Was Bathsheba the Original Bridget Jones? A New Look at Bathsheba in Film and Biblical Scholarship,” Nashim, 24 (Spring 2013): 53-73.