The following is a complete bibliography of Ben Zion Wacholder’s work, compiled by Ida Cohen Selevan and Laurel Wolfson:
Nicolaus of Damascus (University of California Publications in History, 75; Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1962).
Eupolemus: A Study of Judaeo-Greek Literature (MHUC, 3; Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1974).
Essays on Jewish Chronology and Chronography (New York: Ktav, 1976).
Messianism and Mishnah: Time and Place in the Early Halakhah (Louis Caplan Lecture on Jewish Law; [New York]: Hebrew Union College Press, 1979).
The Dawn of Qumran: The Sectarian Torah and the Teacher of Righteousness (MHUC, 8; Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1983).
(with Martin G. Abegg, Jr.) A Preliminary Edition of the Unpublished Dead Sea Scrolls: The Hebrew and Aramaic Texts from Cave Four (Washington: Biblical Archaeological Society, 1991-). Five volumes.
The New Damascus Document: The Midrash on the Eschatological Torah of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Reconstruction, Translation and Commentary (The Netherlands: Brill, 2006).
‘The Halakah and the Proselyting of Slaves during the Gaonic Era’, Historia Judaica 18 (1956), pp. 89-106.
‘Attitudes Towards Proselytizing in the Classical Halakah’, Historia Judaica 20 (1958), pp. 77-96.
‘Cases of Proselytizing in the Tosafist Responsa’, Jewish Quarterly Review (JQR) 51 (1961), pp. 288-315.
‘Greek Authors in Herod’s Library’, Studies in Bibliography and Booklore 5 (1961), pp. 102-109. Reprinted in his Nicolaus of Damascus, pp. 81-86.
‘Pseudo-Euopolemus’ Two Greek Fragments on the Life of Abraham’, Hebrew Union College Annual (HUCA) 34 (1963), pp. 83-113.
‘How Long Did Abram Stay in Egypt? A Study in Hellenistic, Qumran, and Rabbinic Chronology’, HUCA 35 (1964), pp. 43-56.
‘Qeta’ mi-teshubat rishon be-dinei de-garmi’, Sinai 55 (1964), pp. 323-25.
‘Rabad of Posquieres’, JQR 56 (1965), pp. 173-80.
‘A Qumran Attack on the Oral Exegesis? The Phrase ‘shr btlmwd shqrm in 4Q Pesher Nahum’, Revue de Qumran (RevQ) 5 (1966), pp. 575-78.
‘Tosaphot yeshanim we-hidushei ha-Rabad ‘al pereq rishon u-perek sheni shel Maseked Qidushin’, HUCA 37 (1966) pp. 65-90.
‘Sippurei Rabban Gamliem ba-Mishnah u-va-Tosephta’, in Papers of the Fourth World Congress of Jewish Studies (Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1967), pp. 143-144.
‘David’s Eschatological Psalter: 11Q Psalmsa‘, HUCA 59 (1988), pp. 23-72.
‘Does Qumran Record the Death of the Moreh? The Meaning of he’aseph in Damascus Covenant XIX, 35, XX, 14’, RevQ 13 (1988), pp. 323-30.
‘Josephus and Nicolaus of Damascus’, in L.H. Feldman and G. Hata (eds.), Josephus, the Bible, and History (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1989), pp. 147-72.
‘Rules of Testimony in Qumranic Jurisprudence: CD 9 and 11Q Torah 64’, Journal of Jewish Studies (JJS) 40 (1989), pp. 53-74.
‘The Ancient Judaeo-Aramaic Literature (500-164 BCE): A Classification of Pre-Qumranic Texts’, in L.H. Schiffman (ed.), Archaeology and History in the Dead Sea Scrolls: The New York University Conference in Memory of Yigael Yadin (Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1990), pp. 257-81.
‘The Fragmentary Remains of 11QTorah (Temple Scroll): 11QTorahb and 11QTorahc plus 4QparaTorah Integrated with 11QToraha‘ (with Martin G. Abegg, Jr), HUCA 62 (1991), pp. 1-116.
‘Ezekiel and Ezekialianism as Progenitors of Essenianism’, in D. Dimant and U. Rappaport (eds.), The Dead Sea Scrolls: Forty Years of Research (Leiden: Brill, 1992), pp. 186-96.
‘Geomessianism: Why Did the Essenes Settle at Qumran?’, in S.F. Chyet, and D.H. Ellenson (eds.), Bits of Honey: Essays for Samson H. Levey (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1993), pp. 131-38.
‘A Note on E. Tov’s List of Preliminary Editions of the Unpublished Dead Sea Scrolls’, JJS 44 (1993), pp. 129-31.
Book Reviews (A Partial Listing)
G. Aha, The Sheeltot, JQR 53 (1959), pp. 258-61.
I. Twersky, Rabad of Posquieres: A Twelfth-Century Talmudist, JQR 55 (1965), pp. 174-80.
J. Neusner, Development of a Legend: Studies on the Traditions Concerning Yohanah ben Zakkai, Journal of Biblical Literature (JBL) 91 (1972), pp. 123-24.
J.P.M. van der Ploeg et al., Le targum de Job de la grotte 11 de Qumran, JBL 91 (1972), pp. 414-415.
M. McNamara, Targum and Testament: Aramaic Paraphrases of the Hebrew Bible, JBL 93 (1974), pp. 132-33.
A.J. Saldarini, The Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan (Abot de Rabbi Nathan), Version B: A Translation and Commentary, JBL 96 (1977), pp. 622-23.
B.E. Thiering, Redating the Teacher of Righteousness, JBL 101 (1982), pp. 147-48.
H.W. Attridge and R.A. Oden, Jr., Philo of Byblos: The Phoenician History, JBL 102 (1983), pp. 333-334.
E.J. Bickerman, The Jews in the Greek Age, Hadassah (Feb. 1989), pp. 44-45.
L.H. Schiffman, The Eschatological Community of the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Study of the Rule of the Congregation, JBL 110 (1991), pp. 147-48.
M.O. Wise, A Critical Study of the Temple Scroll from Qumran Cave 11, JBL 111 (1992), pp. 329-31.
All entries in this bibliography up to 1994 initially appeared in Pursuing the Text: Studies in Honor of Ben Zion Wacholder on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday, John C. Reeves and John Kampen, 1994, Sheffield Academic Press.
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