GEORG-AUGUST-UNIVERSITÄT GÖTTINGEN, Göttingen, Germany, 2016–Pres
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter. Principle Editor for Critical Editions of Damascus Document.
DOCTORATE OF PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Toronto, Canada, 2014–Pres
- Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies Collaborative Doctoral Program
- Thesis: From Ink Traces to Ideology: Material, Text, and Composition of the Qumran Community Rules
- Major: Second Temple Jewish Law
- Minors: Rabbinics, Syriac
MASTER’S DEGREE, TRINITY WESTERN UNIVERSITY, Langley, Canada, 2012–2014
- Dead Sea Scrolls Institute
- Thesis: Incorporating Syntax into Theories of Textual Transmission: Preliminary Studies in the Judaean Desert Isaiah Scrolls and Fragments
ROTHBERG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, Jerusalem, Israel, June 2015 – Sept. 2015
- Summer Ulpan, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Hebrew (Classical, Qumran, Rabbinic), Aramaic (Palestinian, Babylonian), Syriac, Greek (Classical, Hellenistic, Patristic), Latin (liturgical)
English (native), German (reading/speaking), French (reading), Hebrew (reading/speaking), Arabic (learning)
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 2016–Pres
Project Manager, Open Access Rabbinics Portal, 2018–2020
Research Assistant, for Sarianna Metso, University of Toronto, 2014–2016
Academic Consultant, Accordance Bible Software, 2008–2014
Ben Zion Wacholder Research Assistant, Trinity Western University, 2012–2014
Qumran – eine Einführung – Einzelansicht (co-taught with Dr. Peter Porzig) at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 2019
Adjunct, Methods of Biblical Interpretation, 2007–2010 at Multnomah University, Portland, Oregon
Tucker, James M. (together with Peter Porzig), Critical Editions of Damascus Covenant from Qumran and Cairo Genizah with Essays. Leiden: Brill. In preparation as part of Scripta Qumranica Electronica.
Tucker, James M. Scribal Error or Scribal Innovation? A Closer Look at the Law(s) of Seduction and Rape in the Temple Scroll. eds. Henryk Drawnel and George Brooke. STDJ. The Dead Sea Scrolls Seventy Years Later. Manuscripts, Traditions, Interpretations, and Their Biblical Context. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
Tucker, James M. (and Peter Porzig). “Between Artefacts, Fragments, and Texts: An Analysis of 4Q266 Column I” Dead Sea Discoveries. 25/3 (2018): 335–358.
Tucker, James M. From Ink Traces to Ideology: A Reassessment of 4Q256 (4QSerekh ha-Yaḥadb) frags. 5a-b and 1QS 6:16–17. eds. Molly M. Zahn and Jutta Jokiranta. STDJ. Rules and Halakot: Proceedings of IOQS in Leuven, 17‒20 July, 2016. Leiden: Brill, 2019.
Tucker, James M. (and Sarianna Metso). “The Changing Landscape of Editing Ancient Jewish Texts,” in Reading the Bible in Ancient Traditions and Modern Editions: Studies in Textual and Reception History. Early Judaism and its Literature 47. Edited by Andrew B. Perrin, Kyung S. Baek, and Daniel K. Falk. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2017.
Tucker, James M. The Role of Wisdom for the Scribe and Scholar. Eds. Eva Mroczek and Francis Borchardt. A Genius of Mentorship: A Forum in Honor of Ben Wright on his 65th Birthday. Ancient Jew Review, 2018.
Judean Greek Desert Manuscripts (G-JUDEAN-T). Morphologically Tagged by Martin Abegg, Jr., Rusty Taylor, and James M. Tucker. Altamonte Springs, Fl.: OakTree Software, 2015.
Greek New Testament: Codex Alexandrinus (GNT-ALEX). Morphologically Tagged by Rex Koivisto and James M. Tucker. Altamonte Springs, Fl.: OakTree Software, 2010.
Apocryphal Acts(APOCACTS-T). Altamonte Springs, Fl.: OakTree Software, 2010. Rex Koivisto and James M. Tucker.