My name is James M. Tucker. I hold a PhD from the University of Toronto. I have two primary areas of research. My first area of research is the transmission and development of law and legal interpretation from the Iron Age into the Second Temple and Rabbinic eras. My second area of research focuses on the role of media and technology in social constructs of knowledge, including artificial intelligence, humanities computing, and pedagogical practices.

To learn more about my research and current projects, I encourage you to explore my site. Make yourself at home. You can find some of my publications under Curriculum Vitae above and some of my current projects under Portfolio. I also blog about my research in its various stages.