Voor de beste ervaring schakelt u JavaScript in en gebruikt u een moderne browser!

dhr. dr. I. (Ilan) Peled

Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Capaciteitsgroep Semitische talen en culturen

Bezoekadres
  • Spuistraat 134
Postadres
  • Postbus 1641
    1000 BP Amsterdam
Contactgegevens
  • Publications

     

    Monographs

     

    2016. Masculinities and Third Gender: The Origins and Nature of an Institutionalized Gender Otherness in the Ancient Near East (Alter Orient und Altes Testament, no. 435). Münster: Ugarit-Verlag.

    2020 (published 2019). Law and Gender in the Ancient Near East and the Hebrew Bible. London; New York: Routledge.

     

    Edited Volumes

     

    2017. Structures of Power: Law and Gender across the Ancient Near East and Beyond (Oriental Institute Seminars, no. 12). Chicago, IL: Oriental Institute Press.

     

    Articles (mostly available in https://uva.academia.edu/IlanPeled)

     

    1. 2010. Expelling the Demon of Effeminacy: Anniwiyani’s Ritual and the Question of Homosexuality in Hittite Thought. Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 10/1: 69–81.
    2. 2010. ‘Amore, more, ore, re…’: Sexual Terminology and the Hittite Law. In: Cohen, Y., Gilan, A. and Miller, J. L. (eds.) Pax Hethitica: Studies on the Hittites and their Neighbours in Honour of Itamar Singer (Studien zu den Bogazkoy-Texten 51). Wiesbaden: 247–260.
    3. 2010. The Use of Pleasure, Constraints of Desire: Anniwiyani’s Ritual and Sexuality in Hittite Magical Ceremonies. In: Süel, A. (ed.) Acts of the VIIth International Congress of Hittitology, Çorum, August 25–31 2008. Ankara: 623–636.
    4. 2013. Clay Tablets Catalogued by Ilan Peled; Princeton Cuneiform Collection, C0848, Manuscripts Division, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library: https://findingaids.princeton.edu/collections/C0848/c000001229
    5. 2013. Eunuchs in Hatti and Assyria: A Reassessment. In: Feliu, L., Llop, J., Millet Albà, A. and Sanmartín, J. (eds.) Time and History in the Ancient Near East: Proceedings of the 56th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale at Barcelona 26–30 July 2010. Winona Lake, Indiana: 785–797.
    6. 2013. On the Meaning of the “Changing pilpilû”. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 13/1: 3–6.
    7. 2013. Votive Inscriptions of Ur-Bau, Gudea, Sîn-kāšid and Nabû-kudurrī-uṣur from the Princeton University Library Collection. Altorientalische Forschungen 40/1: 142–149.
    8. 2014. assinnu and kurgarrû Revisited. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 73/2: 283–297.
    9. 2014. Religious Leaders: Ancient Near East. In: O’Brian, J. M. (ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies (vol. 2: Pat-Wom). Oxford: 160–166.
    10. 2015. A New Manuscript of the Lament for Eridu. Journal of Cuneiform Studies 67: 39–43.
    11. 2015. Crime and Sexual Offense in Hatti. Near Eastern Archaeology 78/4: 286–293.
    12. 2015. kula’ūtam epēšum: Gender Ambiguity and Contempt in Mesopotamia. Journal of the American Oriental Society 135/4: 751–764.
    13. 2016. Visualizing Masculinities: The Gala, Hegemony, and Mesopotamian Iconography. Near Eastern Archaeology 79/3: 158–165.
    14. 2017. Cultural Transformations from Mesopotamia to Hatti? The Case of the Gala. Journal of Cuneiform Studies 69: 109–116.
    15. 2017. Gender and Sex Crimes in the Ancient Near East: Law and Custom. In: Peled, I. (ed.) Structures of Power: Law and Gender across the Ancient Near East and beyond (Oriental Institute Seminars 12). Chicago, IL: 27–40.
    16. 2017. Introduction: Structures of Power: Law and Gender across the Ancient Near East and Beyond. In: Peled, I. (ed.) Structures of Power: Law and Gender across the Ancient Near East and beyond (Oriental Institute Seminars 12). Chicago, IL: 1–12.
    17. 2017. Masculinities and Third Gender: Gendered Otherness in the Ancient Near East. The Ancient Near East Today: Current News about the Ancient Past 5/2 (electronic newsletter of the American Schools of Oriental Research): http://asorblog.org/2017/02/21/masculinities-third-gender-gendered-otherness-ancient-near-east/
    18. 2017. Men in Question: Parallel Aspects of Ambiguous Masculinities in Mesopotamian and Biblical Sources. In: Levin, Y. and Kotlerman, B. (eds.) “And Inscribe the Name of Aaron”: Studies in Bible, Epigraphy, Literacy and History Presented to Aaron Demsky (MAARAVA Journal for the Study of the Northwest Semitic Languages and Literatures, vol. 21/1–2). Rolling Hills Estates, CA: 127–148.
    19. 2017. Pogonotrophy, Castration, and Revisiting a Seal Impression: AOD 105, assinnu and tīru. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 17/1: 28–30.
    20. 2017. šumma ālu 104: assinnu or not assinnu? Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 17/1: 30–31.
    21. 2018. Identifying Gender Ambiguity in Texts and Artifacts. In: Budin, S. L., Cifarelli, M., Garcia-Ventura, A. and Millet Albà, A. (eds.) Gender and Methodology in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the Second Workshop held in Barcelona, February 1–3 2017 (Barcino. Monographica Orientalia). Barcelona: 55-63.
    22. 2018. T-920, An Old Babylonian Letter? In: Regev, D. and Hizmi, H. (eds.) Finds Gone Astray: ADCA Confiscated Items (ADCA Reports 1). Jerusalem: 3–7
    23. 2018. Telling the (Gendered) Difference: Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Concepts of Legal Gender Otherness. CODEX Historiae 39/1: 23–25.
    24. 2018. The Laws of Delict in the Hebrew Bible and their Ancient Near Eastern Forerunners: Analyzing and Comparing Social Attitude to Crime. Journal for Semitics 27/2: 1-22.
    25. 2019. Bestiality in Biblical and Hittite Law: https://thetorah.com/bestiality-in-biblical-and-hittite-law/
    26. Forthcoming 2019. Bestiality in Hittite Thought. Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 34.
    27. 2019. Categorization and Hierarchy: Animals and their Relations to Gods, Humans and Things in the Hittite World. In: Mattila, R., Fink, S. and Ito, S. (eds.) Animals and their Relation to Gods, Humans and Things in the Ancient World (Studies in Universal and Cultural History). Springer Verlag, Wiesbaden: 79–93.
    28. 2019. Delict in the Law Compendia of Mesopotamia and Hatti: Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses. Journal for Semitics 28/1: 1-21.
    29. Forthcoming. Magic in the Hebrew Bible: The Legal Perspective. In: Bhayro, S. and Saar, O.-P. (eds.) A Handbook of Ancient and Medieval Jewish Magic. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

     

    Book Reviews

     

    1. 2017. Review of Brigitte Lion and Cécile Michel (eds.), “The Role of Women in Work and Society in the Ancient Near East”; 574 pages. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 76/2: 354-358.
    2. 2017. Review of Marten Stol, “Women in the Ancient Near East”; 696 pages. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 76/2: 358-361.
    3. 2018. Review of Ilona Zsolnay (ed.), “Being a Man: Negotiating Ancient Constructs of Masculinity”; 287 pages. Ancient West and East 17: 497-499.
  • Publicaties

    2020

    • Peled, I. (2020). Law and Gender in the Ancient Near East and the Hebrew Bible. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

    2019

    • Peled, I. (2019). Categorization and Hierarchy: Animals and their Relations to Gods, Humans and Things in the Hittite World. In R. Mattila, S. Fink, & S. Ito (Eds.), Animals and their Relation to Gods, Humans and Things in the Ancient World (pp. 79-93). (Studies in Universal and Cultural History). Springer Verlag.
    • Peled, I. (2019). Delict in the Law Compendia of Mesopotamia and Hatti: Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses. Journal for Semitics, 28(1), 1-21.

    2018

    • Peled, I. (2018). Identifying Gender Ambiguity in Texts and Artifacts. In Gender and Methodology in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the Second Workshop held in Barcelona, February 1–3 2017 (pp. 55-63). [4] Barcelona.
    • Peled, I. (2018). The Laws of Delict in the Hebrew Bible and their Ancient Near Eastern Forerunners: Analyzing and Comparing Social Attitude to Crime. Journal for Semitics, 27(2). https://doi.org/10.25159/1013-8471/4064

    2017

    • Peled, I. (2017). Cultural Transformations from Mesopotamia to Hatti? The Case of the Gala. Journal of Cuneiform Studies, 69, 109-116. [details]
    • Peled, I. (2017). Gender and Sex Crimes in the Ancient Near East: Law and Custom. In I. Peled (Ed.), Structures of Power: Law and Gender Across the Ancient Near East and Beyond (pp. 27-40). (Oriental Institute Seminars; Vol. 12).
    • Peled, I. (2017). Introduction: Structures of Power: Law and Gender Across the Ancient Near East and Beyond. In I. Peled (Ed.), Structures of Power: Law and Gender Across the Ancient Near East and Beyond (pp. 1-12). (Oriental Institute Seminars; No. 12). Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. [details]
    • Peled, I. (2017). Men in Question: Parallel Aspects of Ambiguous Masculinities in Mesopotamian and Biblical Sources. Maarav, 21(1-2), 127-148.

    2016

    • Peled, I. (2016). Masculinities and Third Gender: The Origins and Nature of an Institutionalized Gender Otherness in the Ancient Near East. (Alter Orient und Altes Testament; Vol. 435). Ugarit-Verlag.
    • Peled, I. (2016). Visualizing Masculinities: The Gala, Hegemony, and Mesopotamian Iconography. Near Eastern Archaeology, 79(3), 158-165.

    2015

    • Peled, I. (2015). A New Manuscript of the Lament for Eridu. Journal of Cuneiform Studies, 67, 39–43.
    • Peled, I. (2015). Crime and Sexual Offense in Hatti. Near Eastern Archaeology, 78(4), 286–293.
    • Peled, I. (2015). kula’ūtam epēšum: Gender Ambiguity and Contempt in Mesopotamia. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 135(4), 751-764.

    2014

    • Peled, I. (2014). assinnu and kurgarrû Revisited. Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 73(2), 283–297.

    2013

    • Peled, I. (2013). Votive Inscriptions of Ur-Bau, Gudea, Sîn-kāšid and Nabû-kudurrī-uṣur from the Princeton University Library Collection. Altorientalische Forschungen, 40(1), 142–149.

    2010

    • Peled, I. (2010). Expelling the Demon of Effeminacy: Anniwiyani’s Ritual and the Question of Homosexuality in Hittite Thought. Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions, 10(1), 69–81.

    2019

    2018

    • Peled, I. (2018). T-920, An Old Babylonian Letter? In D. Regev, & H. Hizmi (Eds.), Finds Gone Astray: ADCA Confiscated Items (pp. 3-7). Jerusalem: Antiquities Department of the Civil Administration. [details]
    • Peled, I. (2018). Telling the (Gendered) Difference: Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Concepts of Legal Gender Otherness. CODEX Historiae, 39(1), 23-25.
    • Peled, I. (2018). [Review of: I. Zsolnay (2016) Being a Man: Negotiating Ancient Constructs of Masculinity]. Ancient West & East, 17, 497-499. https://doi.org/10.2143/AWE.17.0.3284900 [details]

    2017

    • Peled, I. (2017). Structures of Power: Law and Gender Across the Ancient Near East and Beyond. (Oriental Institute Seminars; No. 12). Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. [details]
    • Peled, I. (2017). Masculinities and Third Gender: Gendered Otherness in the Ancient Near East. The Ancient Near East Today, 5(2).
    • Peled, I. (2017). Pogonotrophy, Castration, and Revisiting a Seal Impression: AOD 105, assinnu and tīru. NABU. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires, 17(1), 28-30.
    • Peled, I. (2017). Review of Brigitte Lion and Cécile Michel (eds.), “The Role of Women in Work and Society in the Ancient Near East”. Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 76(2), 354-358.
    • Peled, I. (2017). [Review of: M. Stol (2016) Women in the Ancient Near East]. Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 76(2), 358-361. https://doi.org/10.1086/693392 [details]
    • Peled, I. (2017). šumma ālu 104: assinnu or not assinnu? NABU. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires, 17(1), 30-31.

    2014

    • Peled, I. (2014). Religious Leaders: Ancient Near East. In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies (pp. 160-166). Oxford.

    2013

    • Peled, I. (2013). Eunuchs in Hatti and Assyria: A Reassessment. In Time and History in the Ancient Near East: Proceedings of the 56th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale at Barcelona 26–30 July 2010 (pp. 785–797). Winona Lake, Indiana.
    • Peled, I. (2013). On the Meaning of the “Changing pilpilû”. NABU. Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires, 13(1), 3-6.

    2010

    • Peled, I. (2010). The Use of Pleasure, Constraints of Desire: Anniwiyani’s Ritual and Sexuality in Hittite Magical Ceremonies. In Acts of the VIIth International Congress of Hittitology, Çorum, August 25–31 2008 (pp. 623–636). Ankara.
    • Peled, I. (2010). ‘Amore, more, ore, re…’: Sexual Terminology and the Hittite Law. In Pax Hethitica: Studies on the Hittites and their Neighbours in Honour of Itamar Singer (pp. 247-260). (Studien zu den Bogazkoy-Texten; Vol. 51). Wiesbaden.

    Andere

    • Peled, I. (participant), Démare-Lafont, S. (participant), Hallebeek, J. (participant), Folmer, M. (participant), Mock, L. (participant), van Ruiten, J. (participant), … Woltering, R. (chair) (28-6-2019). Law and Religion in the Middle East and Mediterranean through the Ages, Amsterdam, Netherlands (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Zwiep, I. (organiser) & Peled, I. (organiser) (28-6-2019). Law and Religion in the Middle East and Mediterranean throughout the Ages, Amsterdam, Netherlands. (…) (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Zwiep, I. (participant), Hagbi, Y. (participant) & Peled, I. (participant) (25-6-2018 - 27-6-2018). 2018 International Conference on Hebrew Language, Literature and Culture, Amsterdam, Netherlands (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    This list of publications is extracted from the UvA-Current Research Information System. Questions? Ask the library or the Pure staff of your faculty / institute. Log in to Pure to edit your publications. Log in to Personal Page Publication Selection tool to manage the visibility of your publications on this list.
  • Nevenwerkzaamheden
    • Geen nevenwerkzaamheden