Robin's latest book, Hollow Men, Strange Women: Riddles, Codes and Otherness in the Book of Judges was published by Brill in 2016
in the Biblical Interpretation Series. In this book, Robin examines the
use of riddle and parable to convey esoteric meanings in Judges and how
Judges explores the question of otherness. Find out more about Hollow Men, Strange Women.
He has recently
collaborated with Professor Simon Parpola of the University of Helsinki on Professor Parpola's two-volume Etymological Dictionary of the Sumerian Language, published by Eisenbrauns in 2016.
As well as writing further papers on the Book of Judges, Robin is preparing a monograph on Mesopotamian references in the Gospel Nativity account.
Other recent publications
(2016) The Book of Judges: a spiritual history? The Bible and Interpretation (online article; read it here).
'A Dream Carries Much Implication': The Midianite’s Dream (Judges VII), Its Role and Meanings", Vetus Testamentum (in press).
'A Mother's Refrain: Judges 5:28-30 in Cultural Context', Vetus Testamentum (in press)
'Double Trouble: Counting the Cost of Jephthah', Journal of Biblical Literature (in press)