Kristine Henriksen Garroway was appointed Visiting Assistant Professor of Bible at the HUC-JIR's Skirball Campus in Los Angeles in 2011. She received her doctorate in Hebrew Bible and Cognate Studies at the HUC-JIR/Cincinnati in 2009. She has spent time studying and researching in Israel and has participated in excavations at Ashkelon, Tel Dor, and Tel Dan.Garroway’s scholarship focuses on children using archaeology and texts of ancient Israel and Mesopotamia. She has published in various scholarly journals, and is a regular contributor to thetorah.com. Garroway’s books include: Children in the Ancient Near Eastern Household (Eisenbrauns 2014) and Growing Up in Ancient Israel: Children in Material Culture and Biblical Texts (Society of Biblical Literature 2018), and The Cult of the Child: the Death and Burial of Children in Ancient Israel (Oxford, forthcoming). She is the recipient of the Biblical Archaeological Society’s 2019 Publication Award for Best Book Relating to Hebrew Bible.
2014 Children in the Ancient Near Eastern Household. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.
2018 Growing Up in Ancient Israel: Children in Material Culture and Biblical Texts. Archaeology and Biblical Studies 23. Society of Biblical Literature.
2020 Children and Methods: Listening To and Learning From Children in the Biblical World. Edited by Kristine Garroway and John W. Martens. Brill Series in Jewish Studies. Brill.
2013 “Was Bathsheba the Original Bridget Jones? A New Look at Bathsheba in Film and Biblical Scholarship,” Nashim, 24: 53-73.
2017 “Children and Religion in the Archaeological Record of Ancient Israel,” Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 17: 116-39.
2018 “2 Kings 6:24-30: A Case of Unintentional Elimination Killing,” Journal of Biblical Literature 31.1: 51-68.
2018 “Children in the Ancient Near East,” Biblical Archaeology Review Nov/Dec 44.6: 39-44, 70-71.
2020 “"(Un)Dressing Children in the Lachish Reliefs: Questions of Gender, Status, and Ethnicity," Near Eastern Archaeology 83.1: 36–41.