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William Fulco

William Fulco Office:
Loyola Marymount University
Department of Classics and Archaeology
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Born Los Angeles, California 24 Feb, 1936
Entered Jesuits (Catholic order of priests), 14 Aug 1954
Ordained Roman Catholic Priest, 6 Jun 1966

Academic Background
l954-60: University of Santa Clara, CA, undergraduate: Liberal Arts, Latin & Greek classics; Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington: AB, l959; MA & PhL in Philosophy, l960. Thesis: "Problem of Free Will in Aristotle."

l963-67: University of Santa Clara (Division: Alma College, now The Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley, CA). STM (= MA) and STL, 1967. Thesis: "The Hebrew Text of Psalm 68." While studying theology, also University of California, Berkeley, graduate seminars under Jonas Greenfield, Dept. of Near Eastern Studies, in Ugaritic, Canaanite Dialects, and Epigraphy. Summers, University of Chicago (Oriental Institute): concentrated programs in Assyrian cuneiform under A. Leo Oppenheim, John Brinkman, Erica Reiner.

l967-68: German studies, Berlin, Innsbruck. Archaeological study, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem.

l968-70: Yale University, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Literatures: PhD studies in Northwest and Comparative Semitics, Ancient Near Eastern Religions, Archaeology, Hieroglyphic & Hieratic Egyptian. PhD, l970. Thesis: "The God Reshep." Director: Marvin Pope. While at Yale, also internship in the Yale Numismatic Collection, Curator: John Burnham.

Teaching Experience, Professional Appointments, Honors, Etc.
1960-63: Taught Latin, Greek, German on secondary level, Bellarmine College Preparatory, San Jose, California.

l967-68: Taught Hebrew to doctoral students, Jesuitenkolleg, Innsbruck, Austria.

l969-70: As TA (for Marvin Pope) at Yale, taught Ugaritic and Aramaic dialectology.

l971-86: [1971: Assistant, 1978: Associate, l984: on leave] Professor of Biblical Studies, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, and Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley [l973-75: Chair, Biblical Studies, GTU]. Visiting [1971: Ass't, 1978: Assoc., 1984: Research Associate] Professor of Semitics, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of California, Berkeley: Graduate cycle of seminars in Comparative Semitic and Afro-asiatic Languages, Canaanite Dialects and Epigraphy, Ugaritic; UCB: Faculty Group in Ancient History and Mediterranean Archaeology; GTU & UCB: Joint PhD Program in Near Eastern Religions, Executive Committee [1975-77, Chair; 1978-84, Graduate Adviser.]

l971-on: Founder and Curator, [Jesuit] California Province Numismatic and Archaeological Collections: Large research and teaching collections of ancient Roman, Greek, Near Eastern and Indian coins and artifacts with a supporting library of about 15,000 volumes.

l974-on: Director and Curator, Archaeological Museum (established the present museum in l974) and Numismatic Collection, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem.

1974-75: The Catholic Biblical Association of America Visiting Professor of Near Eastern Studies at the École Biblique et Archéologique Française, Jerusalem: Canaanite, Comparative Semitics, Numismatics, Archaeology.

1977-78: {Sabbatical} Annual Professor of the American Schools of Oriental Research (=ASOR) at the American Center of Oriental Research (=ACOR), Amman, Jordan: Research and publication, Ammonite, Moabite and Palestinian epigraphy. Summer l977: Member, ASOR/ACOR Syrian Archaeological Survey Team.

1979-87: (Summers) In Amman, Jordan, working with the Jordanian Department of Antiquities (Dir.: Fawzi Zayadine, Adnan Hadidi), research and publication in numismatics and epigraphy; in Jerusalem, École Biblique et Archéologique Française and the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem. [1983-84: Sabbatical, in Near East, research into the archaeological correlations with linguistic data in reconstructing the pre-history of the Afroasiatic languages.

1984: Return to Los Angeles. Teaching at Loyola Marymount University, first in Theology Department: Old Testament; subsequently in the Classics (and History) Departments [Adjunct Professor]: Ancient Near Eastern and Classical Archaeology.

1984-90: Teaching at the University of Judaism and/or the "Joint Program in Jewish Studies," University of Judaism / University of California, Los Angeles: Old Testament anthropology.

1986-on: Listed in Who's Who in Biblical Studies and Archaeology (1st Edition, 1986; 2nd Edition, 1993), Biblical Archaeology Society, Washington D.C.

1989-91: Department of Antiquities, Jordan: Participant, Amman Citadel Project (Director, Fawzi Zayadine): Archaeological excavation, research and publication of antiquities of the Citadel or housed in the Archaeological Museum on the Citadel (including epigraphic & numismatic items).

1989-98: University of Southern California, Adjunct Professor of Archaeology, School of Religion; and Curator, Archaeological Research Collection.

1990: (Month of August) Amman, Jordan. Project Co-director, University of Southern California and Jordanian Department of Antiquities joint archaeological excavation, Iron Age-to-Umayyad complex, Lower Terrace, Amman Citadel; further work towards publication of coins from the previous season of excavations.

1991-99: University of Southern California, Corporate Representative of the University to the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR).

1991-99: An Associate Editor, CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY.

1991-on: Correspondent, Annotazioni Numismatiche, Edizioni ennerre: Milano, Italia.

1991-2000: Correspondent and member, Commission Internationale de Numismatique, Wien & Padova,

1994-on: Representative of the joint membership of the University of Southern California and Loyola Marymount University to the MEGIDDO EXPEDITION (excavations), Israel, with Pennsylvania State University, and Tel Aviv University.

1995: April. Chosen by MORTAR BOARD (Pi Sigma Alpha), the Senior Honor Society, as University of Southern California "Faculty of the Month."

1996-on: CATHOLIC BIBLICAL ASSOCIATION: Archaeology Committee [1996-0n: Chair of Committee].

1996-98: Organizer and host: at Loyola Marymount University, 8-13 January 1998, International Conference in Near Eastern Archaeology. Participants: Zahi Hawass, Kent Weeks (Egypt); Leila Badre (Lebanon, Syria); Ghazi Bisheh, Pierre Bikai (Jordan); Israel Finkelstein (Israel); Moawiyah Ibrahim (Oman); Demetrios Michaelides (Cyprus), Giorgio Buccellati (US/Syria).

1998-on: National Endowment for the Humanities Professor of Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Classics Department, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.

1999-on: Loyola Marymount University, Corporate Representative of the University to the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR).

2000-on: Listed in Who's Who in America (West: 27th "Millennium Edition"on.)  Listed in Who's Who in the World (17th Edition on.)

2000: 19-22 May, Corinth (Loutraki), Greece. Organizer and Host for Loyola Marymount University in conjunction with the Getty Conservation Institute of an International Workshop: "Management Planning for Archaeological Sites." Representatives from Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, USA, Saudi Arabia, Israel, United Kingdom, Macedonia and Albania. Funded by grants from the Rothschild Foundation (Yad Hanadiv) and the Getty Conservation Institute.

2001:  Invited Guest lecturer, Museum, American University of Beirut: "The Origin of the Semitic Languages: Archaeological and Linguistic Evidence."

2005-12:  Referee, National Endowment for the Humanities awards to the American Center of Oriental Research, Amman, Jordan.

2006:  LMU Student Life Advisor of the Year.

2007: “The President’s Fritz B. Burns Distinguished Teaching Award.”

2008:  LMU Crimson and Blue Honoree for Teaching Excellence.

2009:  Sigma Phi Epsilon Western States Advisor of the Year.

2009:  LMU Student Life Advisor of the Year.

2009:  Rutgers University, New Jersey: Honorary Lecture to inaugurate new program in Semitic Languages: “Aramaic Origins and Dialectology as a Model of Language Development from Proto-Afroasiatic.”

2009:  Co-director of University Bellarmine Forum, “Vulnerability: Windows to the Human Condition.”

2010-on: Director, LMU Tongva Native American Artifacts Memorial

2011: Sigma Phi Epsilon National Citation for Lifetime Achievement.

2011:  LMU Crimson and Blue Outstanding Professor of the Year.

2013-14:  Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts Daum Professorship.

Scholarly Societies (Active Membership)
American Numismatic Association
American Numismatic Society
American Schools of Oriental Research
Catholic Biblical Association of America
Commission Internationale de Numismatique
National Association for Afroasiatic Linguistics
Society of Biblical Literature

Languages
Spoken: English, German. Some French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, Hebrew, others.
Reading Knowledge: Classical Hebrew, Classical Greek (most dialects), Latin. Most ancient Near Eastern languages including cuneiform and hieroglyphics. Most modern West European languages with dictionary. Others.

Selected Earlier Lectures and Papers  (Many professional lectures 2001-2014)
2001
: 15 July, a lecture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem: "The 1930 to 1960 Excavations of the Chalcolithic site of Tulaylat Ghassul, Jordan."

2001: 28 February, a lecture at the Museum, American University of Beirut by invitation: "The Origin of the Semitic Languages: Archaeological and Linguistic Evidence."

1999: 21 May, a lecture for the Southern California Colloquium Excellence in Academia at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Young Presidents Organization: "The Origins of Writing".

1998: 19 February, Los Angeles, at Loyola Marymount University, Public Lecture sponsored by the Department of Classics, "Pots and Pans, Sodom and Gomorrah: Biblical Traditions and Archaeological Realities."

1996: 16 November, Los Angeles, at Loyola Marymount University, Symposium in conjunction with the Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies and the Speros Basil Vryonis Center for the Study of Hellenism: Aegean Crossroads: Paths of Friendship or Avenues to Conflict, lecture: "The Bronze Age Aegean World."

1996: 7 November, lecture, Los Angeles, for the California Museum of Ancient Art: "Cakes for the Queen of Heaven: Canaanite Religion and Israelite Origins."

1995: 13 August, by invitation, presentation to the annual convention of the Catholic Biblical Association of America, Albany, NY: "Understanding Hebrew Within its Afroasiatic Context."

1995: 5 May, lecture to the Los Angeles Chapter, Biblical Archaeology Society: "Aspects of Pottery Analysis in Near Eastern Archaeology."

1995: 27 March, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, Faculty Seminar presentation, "Of Virgins and Vultures: Perceptions of the Cosmic Feminine in the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean."

1995: 9-15 January, 15 lectures sponsored by the University of Denver: Center for Judaic Studies, Denver, Colorado, as Israel Scholar in Residence. Lectures included: "The Coinage of the Ancient Near East," "The Origins of the Hebrew Language," "Male and Female in the Ancient Near Eastern Pantheons," "The History, Culture and Religion of the Canaanites Before the Israelite Conquest," and "Jewish Wisdom in Christian Origins."

1994: 3-5 May, Seminar sponsored by the (National) Biblical Archaeology Society, San Diego, CA: Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls, two papers: "Excavations at Qumran--the Site of the Scroll Community" and "Problems Interpreting the Archaeology of Qumran."

1992: 10 December, lecture, jointly sponsored by the University of Judaism, Los Angeles, and the California Museum of Ancient Art, "The Roots of Language, Part II: The Origin of Speech."

1992: 8 November, lecture to the Los Angeles Chapter, Biblical Archaeology Society: "The Archaeology of Bâb edh-Dhra’ and Numeira at the Jordanian Lisân."

1992: 14 July, International Congress for the Study of Religion, 12-17 July, Melbourne, Australia: "Afroasiatic Linguistic and Cultural Prehistory."

1990: 19 November, New Orleans, presentation at the annual meeting of The Society of Biblical Literature, Northwest Semitic Epigraphy Section: "The Amman Citadel Inscription."

1990: 12 November, University of Judaism, Los Angeles, within Lecture Series "Great Discoveries in the Ancient World of the Bible" (with William Dever, James Robinson, James Sanders, Piotr Michalowski, et alii): "The Canaanites: Their Religion, Literature and Way of Life."

1989: 14 November, lecture, Los Angeles, for the California Museum of Ancient Art: "The Changing Male and Female Nature of the Divine in the Ancient World." (29 November, repeated for Departments of Classics and History, Loyola University, Los Angeles.)

l987: 26 August, lecture, Los Angeles, for the California Museum of Ancient Art: "The Roots of Language: Did the Babylonians Speak an African Language."

1987: 8-11 May, Symposium sponsored by the California Museum of Ancient Art and Pepperdine University: The Sumerians, presented with Samuel Noah Kramer (University of Pennsylvania) and Wolfgang Heimpel (University of California, Berkeley). Two papers by Fulco: "Song of Songs: Love Goddesses, Hero Gods and Ordinary People," and "The Love Goddesses in West Semitic Tradition."

1985: 13 February, lecture for the G.E.von Grunebaum Center for Near Eastern Studies, University of California, Los Angeles: "New Trends in Afroasiatic Linguistics."

1982: 26 August, by invitation, presentation to the annual convention of the Catholic Biblical Association of America, Albany, NY: "God's Other: His (Feminine) Face Toward the World."

1980: 27 March, paper delivered, Regional Conference of the National Association of Professors of Hebrew, Berkeley, CA: "Hebrew Verb Forms in Light of Comparative Afroasiatic Linguistics: Their Development and Their Psychology."

1979: 21 October, lecture, Annual McCall Memorial Lecture, Berkeley, CA: "Politics and Polemics in the Middle East: The Cuneiform Tablets from Ebla, Syria."

1977: 27 April, paper delivered, National Meeting of the American Oriental Society, Ithaca, NY: "The Evolution of the Semitic Pronominal System in Light of Afroasiatic."

Doctoral Dissertations Directed at Berkeley (as primary doctor)
1978: Alice Perlman, Asherah and Astarte in the Old Testament and Ugaritic Literature (University of California and Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley).

1978: Charles Bowman, The Goddess cAnatu in the Ancient Near East (University of California and Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley).

1980: Barbara Green, A Study of Field and Seed Symbolism in the Biblical Story of Ruth (University of California and Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley).

1982: Sandra Simons, A Structural Study of Expanded Verbal Bases in Egyptian (University of California, Berkeley).

1982: Stephen Ricks, A Lexicon of Epigraphic Qatabanian (University of California, Berkeley).

1985: Albert Naccach, The Representation of the Long-Time-Span Structures of Human History: The Case of the Mashriq (University of California, Berkeley).

Travel

2001-2014: Yearly travel to Jerusalem, travel every other year to Cairo: Archaeology work.  Also archaeological/anthropological research trips to Brazil and the Amazon Basin, Central America, Europe and Oman.  Yearly trips to Mayan sites in Mexico.

2001: July. Jerusalem and Cairo. Planning of a new museum at Notre Dame Center in Jerusalem to house the collection of Chalcolithic and other artifacts now housed in the museum of the (Jesuit) Pontifical Biblical Institute in Jerusalem, which I curate.

2001: February-March. Beirut, Lebanon. To lecture at the American University of Beirut, and to initiate discussions with the administration of the AUB about possible linkages with Loyola Marymount University.

2000: December. Israel, Egypt. In Israel, assembling for Loyola Marymount University's archaeological study collections Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Roman period lithic and ceramic materials. Study at the Egyptian Museum of late Ramesside coffins and sarcophagi.

1999: Summer. Israel/Palestine, Egypt. As in Dec-Jan 1998-99. Also overseeing participation of Loyola Marymount University students in the excavations at the Neolithic site of Sha'ar HaGolan in Israel.

1998-99: Dec-Jan. Continuing work on the new Pontifical Biblical Institute Museum, Jerusalem, and further organization of the International Conference at Loutraki, Greece, 2000.

1998: Summer. Israel/Palestine, Egypt. Overseeing the University of Southern California and Loyola Marymount University participation in the excavations at Megiddo. Work at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem, rebuilding the Archaeological Museum. Initial organization of a proposed International Conference in Archaeological technology, scheduled for Loutraki, Corinth, Greece in May 2000. Research at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

1997: Summer. Israel, West Bank, Sinai, Egypt. Work with the Israel Antiquities Authority on planned exhibits; renovation of the archaeological museum of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem; study in the laboratories of the Israel Museum in archaeological conservation and restoration. At Egyptian Museum, research on artifacts of the New Kingdom and Ptolemaic Periods.

1996: Summer. Israel/Palestine, Egypt. Overseeing the University of Southern California and Loyola Marymount University participation in the excavations at Megiddo. Work at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem, as in December 1995. Research at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

1995: December. Jerusalem, Pontifical Biblical Institute: to plan major remodeling of the Archaeological Museum to make it more "user friendly"; decision-making on large quantities of stored archaeological materials, especially Chalcolithic sherds and vessels and assorted crates of prehistoric flints.

1995: Summer. June, Archaeological lecturer for study group, Western Mediterranean.

1994: Summer. June, Archaeological lecturer for study group, Eastern Mediterranean. July-August: Jerusalem (work on Roman coins excavated in northern Israel for the Israel Antiquities Authority), Megiddo (in connection with re-opened excavations); Cairo: Research on pre-dynastic materials in the Egyptian Museum.

1993: Summer. Cairo: Research on materials from Dynasties XXV-XXX. Jerusalem: Completion of renovation of archaeological museum, Pontifical Biblical Institute; Research, Syro-Palestinian neolithic and chalcolithic materials.

1992: Summer. Cairo: Research on materials from Pre-Dynastic and Early Dynastic periods. Jerusalem: Initiation of complete revision of informational and display materials, museum, Pontifical Biblical Institute. Melbourne: delivered paper at International Congress. (see above)

1990: Summer. Amman, Jordan: Amman Citadel Project. (See above under 1990, Month of August).

1989: Summer. Near East and Southwest India. Archaeological Research: Near East, Indus Valley and Subcontinent parallels in material cultures up to the Middle Bronze period.

1985-88: Several trips to Jerusalem, expert witness in judicial proceedings involving theft of ancient coins and other antiquities.

1983-84: {Sabbatical} Near East and Africa: Archaeological research for reconstruction of Afroasiatic linguistic prehistory: from Chalcolithic to Early Bronze I in Syria-Palestine, emergence of Naqada II in Egypt. Also South America: research into pre-Columbian civilizations.

1982: Summer, Amman, Jordan: Work with the Jordanian Department of Antiquities in publication of excavated Roman coins from Petra. Jerusalem: Work with the École Biblique, coins from es-Samra', Jordan.

1981: Winter, Western Europe: Evaluation of theological and philosophical centers of study for the U.S. Jesuits.

1979: Summer, Amman, Jordan: Numismatic Research for the Jordanian Department of Antiquities. Jerusalem: Curatorship of Museum, Pontifical Biblical Institute; Study of pottery from the Late Iron, Persian and Hellenistic periods.

1978: Summer: Through Mexico, Yucatan. Pre-Columbian sites.

1977-78: Year-long appointment as Annual Professor at the American Center of Oriental Research, Amman, Jordan: archaeology and epigraphy. Travel to archaeological sites in North Africa, Malta, Near East.

1977: Lecture tour on Old Testament Studies: Japan, Philippines, Australia, Papua New Guinea.

1975: Summer. Archaeological study, Anthropological Museum, Mexico City. Cataloging of cuneiform tablets and Near Eastern seals in a private collection, Mexico City.

1974-75: Catholic Biblical Association appointment as visiting professor to the École Biblique et Archéologique in Jerusalem (taught Ugaritic and Canaanite paleography); also one month teaching Old Testament in Bombay; archaeological study in Southeast Asia, Burma, Iran, Mediterranean.

1971: Approximately one month, East and southeast Asia.

1967-68: West and East Europe: language studies. Near East: archaeological studies.

 

Publications

Books, Chapters of Books, Encyclopedia Articles, Articles, Reviews, Videos.

2014:  Book.  The Song of Songs.  A New Translation and Commentary.  An Old Testament Book for Lovers.  (Publication pending.)

2011:  Book.  M~r~n~t~: tad~la, eayyuh~ear-rabbu yasãda, a translation into Arabic of a   completely revised and updated edition of William J. Fulco, Maranatha: Reflections on   the Mystical Theology of John the Evangelist.  Translated into Arabic by Wafik Nasry,   S.J.  Beirut: Paulist Press, (September) 2011.  This book is a study of the concepts of   John=s Gospel and Letters in the New Testament, how beneath the Greek clothing is a Hebrew and Near Eastern way of perceiving, processing and expressing reality.

2011:  Article.  The Rhodian Amphora Handles of Tall er-Rumeith, accepted for publication in   Nancy Lapp, Tall er-Rumeith, Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research.  TBA    (A decipherment of the Greek inscriptions and symbols on the excavated handles with   reference to magistrates, dating, prosopography, etc.)

2010: Review.  Benjamin D. Sommer, The Bodies of God and the World of Ancient Israel.    (Cambridge University, 2009).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, Dec 2010, 959-961.

[2009: Film Script.  In process.  A Translation into Punic, Greek, Classical Latin, Berber and other ancient languages of the Script Hannibal The Conquerer, a film in production by OneRace Films, dir. Vin Diesel.]

[2009:   [Book. This Place Gives Lousy Service. An autobiography. (Accepted for Publication upon completion)]]

[2009: Article.  Inscribed Rhodian Jar Handles from Shechem.  To be published in Nancy   Lapp, ed., SHECHEM III, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) (tba)  ]

2008:  Review.  Richard S. Hess, Israelite Religions: An Archaeological and Biblical Survey.  (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2007).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 70/4 Oct 2008, pp. 801-802.

2008:  Review. John R. Hinnells, A Handbook of Ancient Religions. (Cambridge University, 2007).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES 69/1, Mar 2008, , pp. 196-198.

2008:  Review.  Seymour Gitin, J. Edward Wright, and J. P. Dessel, eds., Confronting the Past: Archaeological; and Historical Essays on Ancient Israel in Honor of William G. Dever (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2006).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY, 68/1, pp. 192-195.

2007:  Review. Thedore W. Burgh, Listening to the Artifacts: Music Culture in Ancient Palestine (London/New York: Clark, 2006).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 67/3, pp. 541-542.

2007:  TV presentation and DVD.  Afro-Asiatic Origins of Language and Writing, (28 Feb 2007) in the series History and Cultures of the Middle East: Connected Continents, Divided Destinies (OLLIonlineTelevised Series, California State University Dominguez Hills)

2007:  DVD.  Major contributor and organizer for The Passion of the Christ: Deluxe DVD   Edition.  (2 discs, 8+ hours of supplements)  Fulco contributions will include sections   on use of Aramaic and Latin in the film; history of the Stations of the Cross and their   present devotional sites in Jerusalem (to be filmed in Jerusalem: APaths of th Journey@);    Commentary Track 3: with Mel Gibson, voice-over on film;  AOn Faith,@ panel   discussion of the faith dimensions of the film.  Released 30 January 2007

2007:  Jerusalem, Italian RAI Uno TV: Consultant and contributor for MADRE, a documentary about Arab and Israeli parents who have lost a child in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  Released Spring 2007, winner of a Venice Film Festival Award September 2007).

2006:  Film Script.  Translations into Aramaic and other languages; script, biblical and archaeological advisor and post-production consultant, The Nativity Story (New Line Cinema, released to major theaters 1 Dec 2006)

2006:  Review.  William G. Dever, Did God Have a Wife? Archaeology and Folk Religion in Ancient Israel (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2005).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 68/4, pp. 727-728.

2006:  Review.  Stephen Fine, Art and Judaism in the Greco-Roman World: Toward a New Jewish Archaeology (New York: Cambridge University, 2005).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES67/4, Dec 2006,  p.925.

2005:  Series of Videos.  Major contributor.  A series of nine one-hour documentaries by the National Geographic Society: Science of Bible, Jesus and his Times.  Contributions largely on matters linguistic, archaeological and text-critical.  These documentaries have been shown many times in 2005 and 2006 on the National Geographic channel.

2005:  Review.  Milton C. Moreland, ed., Between Text and Artifact: Integrating   Archaeology in Biblical Studies Teaching.  (Society of Biblical Literature. Archaeology and Biblical Studies, No. 8). (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY, 67/1, 179-180.

2004:  Review: Byron R. McCane, Roll Back the Stone: Death and Burial in the World of   Jesus.  (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Trinity Press, 2003).  In THEOLOGICAL   STUDIES, 65/4, Dec 2004, pp. 893-894.

2004:  Review.  Bernhard Lang, The Hebrew God: Portrait of an Ancient Deity.  (New   Haven: Yale University, 2002).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, 65/2, June 2004, p.   429.

2004:  Movie Script translation and collaboration, with Benedict Fitzgerald and Mel Gibson,   The Passion of the Christ, translated into First Century Palestinian Aramaic and Latin by William J. Fulco (in IMDb data bank as ABill Fulco@), Icon Productions 2004.  (Lyrics for musical score, translated into Hebrew and Aramaic, 2003-2004).  A  full-length feature film,  filmed in Italy 2002-2003 and completed 2004, Icon Productions, Santa Monica, CA; Marquis Films, London; Cinecittà, Rome.  Screening began Ash Wednesday 25 February 2004.  Directed and produced by Mel Gibson.

2003:  Review: Tryggve N. D. Mettinger, The Riddle of Resurrection: ADying and Rising   Gods@ in the Ancient Near East (ConBNT 50; Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 2001).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY, 64/2 April 2003, pp. 260-261.

2003:  Article.  An Early Christian Lamp from Aswan Inscribed ΝΕΟΠICΤ. In REVUE.   BIBLIQUE, 110/1, January 2003, pp. 86-88.

2002:   Book..  Collaborator [listed as Aco-author@], Jeanne Marie Teutonico and Gaetano   Palumbo, editors, Proceedings, Management Planning for Archaeological Sites: An International Workshop Organized by the Getty Conservation   Institute and Loyola Marymount University, May 2000, Corinth, Greece.  (Los   Angeles 2002: The Getty Conservation Institute).

2002:  Review: William G. Dever, What Did the Biblical Writers Know, and When Did   They Know It? What Archaeology Can Tell Us About the Reality of Ancient Israel (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2001).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES 63/3, Sept 2002, pp.   641-642.

2001:  Reviews:  Hannah M.Cotton and Ada Yardeni, Discoveries in the Judaean Desert   XXVII: Aramaic, Hebrew and Greek Documentary Texts from Naal ever and   Other Sites, with an Appendix Containing Alleged Qumran Texts (The Seiyâl   Collection II) (Oxford University Press, 1997);  Ester Chazon et al., Discoveries in the Judaean Desert XXIX: Qumran Cave 4, XX: Poetical and Liturgical Texts, Part 2   (Oxford University Press, 1999);  Jack Pastor, Land and Economy in Ancient Palestine (London and New York: Routledge, 1997); Judith M. Hadley, The Cult of Asherah in   Ancient Israel and Judah: Evidence for a Hebrew Goddess (University of Cambridge   Oriental Publications 57; Cambridge University Press, 2000).  In THE ANCIENT   HISTORY BULLETIN (Calgary, Canada), Vol. 15/4, pp. 189-191.

2001:  Major contribution to A&E Television Productions, Biography Series: Jezebel:   Queen of Infamy.  AAE 18481, A Greystone Productions Video.

2001:  Reviews:  Richard Parkinson, Cracking Codes: The Rosetta Stone and Decipherment (Berkeley/Los Angeles: University of California Press and British Museum, 1999); A.G.   McDowell, Village Life in Ancient Egypt: Laundry Lists and Love Songs (Oxford   University Press, 1999).  Paul T. Nicholson and Ian Shaw,editors, Ancient Egyptian   Materials and Technology (Cambridge University Press, 1999);  James P. Allen,   Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture of Hieroglyphs   (Cambridge University Press, 1999).  In THE ANCIENT HISTORY BULLETIN   (Calgary, Canada), Vol. 15/4, pp. 186-188.

2001:  Review: Leo G. Perdue, Proverbs (Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching;  Louisville: John Knox Press, 2000).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, Dec   2001, pp. 867-868.

2001:  Review article:  Judith M. Hadley, The Cult of Asherah in Ancient Israel and Judah   (University of Cambridge Oriental Publications 57) (Cambridge: Cambridge University   Press, 2000):  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY, 63/3, pp. 520-521.

2001:  Review: Scott M. Langston, Cultic Sites in the Tribe of Benjamin: Benjaminite   Prominence in the Religion of Israel (American University Studies, Series 7: Theology   and Religion 200) (Frankfurt am main/Bern/New York: Lang, 1998).  In CATHOLIC   BIBLICAL QUARTERLY, 63/1, pp. 116-117.

2001:  Article: co-authored with Lina Osseiran Beydoun, The Origin of the Semitic Languages: Archaeological, Linguistic and Anthropological Evidence.  In NEWSLETTER;   SOCIETY OF THE FRIENDS OF THE MUSEUM, American University of Beirut,   April 2001 (XIV/2), pp. 14-18.

2001:  Review: Silvia Schroer, Wisdom Has Built Her House: Studies on the Figure of   Sophia in the Bible. Trans. From the German by L. M. Maloney.  Collegeville:   Liturgical Press, 2000).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, June 2001, pp. 420-421.

2000:  Review: Steven L. McKenzie, King David: A Biography (New York: Oxford University   Press, 2000).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, December 2000, p.788.

2000:  Review: William M. Schniedewind, Society and the Promise to David: The Reception   History of 2 Samuel 7: 1-17. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999).  In     THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, June 2000, p. 386.

2000:  Review.  Marti J. Steussy, David: Biblical Portraits of Power. (Studies on Personalities of the Old Testament, Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, 1999).  In     THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, March 2000, pp. 147-148.

1999:  Review.  Shlomo Isre=el [sic, for Izre=el], Itamar Singer and Ran Zadok, eds., Past Links: Studies in the Languages and Cultures of the Ancient Near East (Israel Oriental Studies 18; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1998).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL   QUARTERLY,  61/4, pp. 814-815.

1999:  Videos.  For Public Television, two incorporated narratives: Sana=a: The Secrets of   Ancient Arabia, and Carthage: A Lost Empire. (Vision Films, Los Angeles: Wonders   of Archaeology Series)

1999:  Review.  Monika Bernett and Othmar Keel,Mond, Stier und Kult am Stadttor: Die   Stele von Bethsaida (et-Tell) (OBO 161; Fribourg: Editions universitaires; Göttingen:   Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1998).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY, 61/2,   pp. 324-326.

1999:  Review:  James L. Crenshaw, Education in Ancient Israel: Across the Deadening   Silence.  (Anchor Bible Reference Library, New York: Doubleday, 1998).  In     THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, June 1999, pp. 384-385.

1998:  Reviews.  Charles Freeman, Egypt, Greece and Rome (Oxford University Press, 1996);   Veronica Dasen, Dwarfs in Ancient Egypt and Greece (Oxford: Clarendon 1993);   Excavations at Carthage: The British Mission: H.R. Hurst, Vol. II,1, The Circular   Harbor, North Side: The Site and Finds Other than Pottery, and M.G. Fulford and D.P.S. Peacock, Vol II, 2, The Circular Harbour, North Side: The Pottery (Oxford   University Press for the British Academy 1994).  In  THE  ANCIENT HISTORY   BULLETIN (Calgary, Canada), Vol. 12/4, Oct-Dec 1998, pp. 134-135.

1998:  Review Articles:  P.R.S. Mooney, Ancient Mesopotamian Materials and Industries:   The Archaeological Evidence (Oxford: Clarendon 1994);  Elisha Qimron and John Strugnell, Discoveries in the Judaean Desert X: Qumran Cave 4, V [MIQÔAT MAdÐE HA-TORAH] (Oxford: Clarendon 1994);  I. Eshel and K. Prag (ed.), Excavations by K.M. Kenyon in Jerusalem 1961-1967: Vol IV, The Iron Age Cave Deposits on the South-east Hill and Isolated Burials and Cemeteries Elsewhere (Oxford University Press for the British Academy1995); Charles Keith Maisels, The Emergence of Civilization: from hunting and gathering to agriculture, cities, and the state in the Near East (London and New York, Routledge 1990, 1993);  Margaret S. Drower, Flinders Petrie: A Life in Archaeology (University of Wisconsin Press 1985, 1995);   R.B. Parkinson, The Tale of Sinuhe and Other Egyptian Poems 1940-1640 BC   (Oxford, Clarendon 1967).  In  THE  ANCIENT HISTORY BULLETIN (Calgary,   Canada), Vol. 12/4, Oct-Dec 1998, pp. 135-138.

1998:  Review:  Nicholas Ayo and Mainrad Craighead, Sacred Marriage: The Wisdom of the   Song of Songs (Continuum: New York, 1997).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES, Sept 1998,  pp. 550-551.

1997:  Review:  Karel van der Toorn et alii (eds.), Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the   Bible (=DDD) (Leiden/New York/Cologne: Brill, 1995).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL   QUARTERLY 59/3,  560-561.

1996:  Review:  Izak Cornelius, The Iconography of the Canaanite Gods Reshef and Badal:   Late Bronze and Iron Age I Periods (c. 1500-1000 BCE. (OBO 140; Fribourg: Editions universitaires;  Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1994).  In CATHOLIC   BIBLICAL QUARTERLY  58/3, 508-509.

1996:  Book:  Patricia Maynor Bikai, William J. Fulco, S.J., and Jeannie Marchand, Tyre:   The Shrine of Apollo.  (National Press, Amman, Jordan: 1996).  (Fulco,  II: The   Coins and Stamped Handles).  Book.  (See review, CBQ 61/2 Apr 99, pp. 326-327.)

1996:  Article:  Searching for Revelations at Megiddo, in Loyola Marymount University   VISTAS, Fall 1996: pp. 1-5.

1996:  Article:  William E. Metcalf and William J. Fulco, S.J., Coins from the Excavations at   Tell Nimrin, in the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NUMISMATICS, Second Series   (continuing The American Numismatic Society Museum Notes) 7-8 (1995-96),   pp. 145-154 and Plates 21-22.

1995:  Review:  Othmar Keel, trans. from German by Frederick J. Gaiser, The Song of Songs:   A Continental Commentary. Fortress, 1994.  For THEOLOGICAL STUDIES.    Published?

1994:  Review:  Walter R. Bodine, ed., Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew. (Winona Lake, IN:   Eisenbrauns, 1992).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 56/1, 170-171.

1993:  Review:  Alviero Niccacci, O.F.M., Lettura sintattica della prosa ebraico-biblica.    Principi e applicazioni.  (Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Analecta 31; Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1991).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 55/1, p.   125.

1992:  Review:  J. Hoftijzer & G. van der Kooij, eds.,The Balaam Text from Deir cAlla Re-Evaluated: Proccedings of the International Symposium held at Leiden 21-24   August 1989.  (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1991).  In BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN   SCHOOLS OF ORIENTAL RESEARCH 288: Nov 1992, pp. 92-93.

1992:  Review:  Scott C. Layton, Archaic Features of Canaanite Personal Names in the   Hebrew Bible.  (Harvard Semitic Monographs 47; Atlanta, GA: Scholars, 1990).  In   CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 54/4, pp. 749-751.

1992:  Review:  Roland Murphy, O. Carm., The Song of Songs.  (Hermeneia Series;   Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990).  In THEOLOGICAL STUDIES Sep 1992, pp. 547-548.

1992:  Encyclopedia Articles:  In The Anchor Bible Dictionary, (Doubleday: New York,   1992) the following articles:  Anammelech (1/223), Ashima (1/487), Enlil (2/507-508),   Ishtar (3/521-522), Nergal (4/1074), Nibhaz (4/1104), Ninlil (4/1119), Ninurta   (4/1119).

1991:  Review:  Bruno Ognibeni, Tradizioni orali di lettura e testo ebraico della Bibbia:   Studio dei diciasette ketiv le/ qere lw (Studia Friburgensia n.s.72; Fribourg: Editions   universitaires, 1989.) In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 53, pp. 681-682.

1991:  Review:  Pierre Bordreuil & Dennis Pardee, La trouvaille épigraphique de l'Ougarit:   l, Concordance (Ras Shamra-Ougarit 5; Paris: Editions Recherche sur les civilisations,   1989). In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 53, pp. 457-458.

1990:  Review:  Thomas W. Overholt, Channels of Prophecy: The Social Dynamics of   Prophetic Activity. (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1989). In THEOLOGICAL   STUDIES Dec 1990, p. 780.

1987:  Encyclopedia Articles:  In Mircea Eliade, ed., The Encyclopedia of Religion   (Macmillan: New York, 1987), the following articles: Anat (1/262-263), Astarte (1/471),   Athirat (1/491-492), Baal (2/31-32), Dagan (4/196), El (5/73-74), Eshmun (5/156),   Hurrian Religion (6/533-535), Inanna (7/145-146), Melqart (9/365), Reshef (12/342-343).

1987:  Videos (and audio tapes).  For the California Museum of Ancient Art, two videos   in the series The Sumerians: Song of Songs: Love Goddesses, Hero Gods and   Ordinary People; and The Love Goddesses in West Semitic Tradition.  Los Angeles,   May 9, 11.

1987:  Article:  Even with Deities, Goddesses Did the Work, in ANCIENT TIMES:   Newsletter of the California Museum of Ancient Art, 1/3-4, Summer/Fall 1987, p.10.

1986:  Review:  Jo Ann Hackett, The Balaam Text from Deir cAllâ, (Harvard Semitic Monographs, 31; Chico, CA: 1984), in CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 48, pp. 109-110.

1985:   Review:  Kent P. Jackson, The Ammonite Language of the Iron Age (Harvard Semitic Monographs, 27; Chico, CA: 1983).  In CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 47/4,   pp. 535-536.

1984:   Review:  Joseph Naveh, Early History of the Alphabet: An Introduction to West   Semitic Epigraphy and Palaeography, (Jerusalem and Leiden: l982), in CATHOLIC   BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 46, pp. 319-321.

1983:  Review Article:  Emma Brunner-Traut, Gelebte Mythen: Beiträge zum Altägyptischen Mythos, (Darmstadt: 1981); Elisabeth Klein et al., eds., Die Schöpfungsmythen:   Ägypter, Sumerer, Hurriter, Hethiter, Kanaaniter und Israeliten, (Darmstadt: 1980); Joan O'Brien and Wilfred Major, In the Beginning: Creation Myths from Ancient Mesopotamia, Israel and Greece, (Chico, CA: 1982), in CATHOLIC BIBLICAL   QUARTERLY 43/3, pp. 450-453.

1982:  Review:  E. Theodore Mullen, Jr., The Divine Council in Canaanite and Early Hebrew Literature (= Harvard Semitic Monographs, 24), (Chico, CA: 1980), in CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 43/2, pp. 127-128.

1981-82:   Reviews:  Wolfgang Richter, Grundlagen einer althebräischen Grammatik, Vols. 1 & 2  (Munich:1979), in CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 43/2 1981, pp. 283-284;  Vol. 3 (Munich: 1980) in CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 44/4 1982, pp. 127-128.

1981:   Article:  With Fawzi Zayadine (of the Jordanian Department of Antiquities), Coins from Samaria-Sebaste in the ANNUAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ANTIQUITIES,   JORDAN [ = ADAJ] XXV 1981, pp. 197-225 and Plates L-LVI.

1981:   Review-article:  (an attempted reconstruction of Afroasiatic linguistic pre-history), based on Paul Newman, The Classification of Chadic within Afroasiatic (Leiden: 1980). In   ORIENTALIA 50/4 1981, pp. 472-474.

1980:   Chapter of book:  In J. Briend & J.-B. Humbert, eds., Tell Keisan (1971-1976): une cité   phénicienne en Galilée (Gabalda: Paris, 1980), Chap. XII: Catalogue des Monnaies.    (Book).

1980:   Review:  S.G.F.Brabdon, Man and God in Art and Ritual: A Study of Iconography,   Architecture and Ritual Action as Primary Evidence of Religious Belief and   Practice, (New York: 1975), (accepted) for BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGIST,   publication uncertain.

1980:  Review:  Michael C. Astour, SYRO-MESOPOTAMIAN STUDIES 2/1, Jan 1978, The   Rabbeans: A Tribal Society on the Euphrates from Yadun-Lim to Julius Caesar, in   ORIENTALIA 49/1, p. 114.

1979:  Review:  Albert C. Moore, Iconography of Religions, (Philadelphia: 1977), in   BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGIST 42/1, p. 61.

1979:  Review:  M.M. Bravmann, Studies in Semitic Philology, (Leiden: 1977), in   CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 41/4, pp. 671-672.

1979:  Review:  John C.L. Gibson, Textbook of Syrian Semitic Inscriptions, II: Aramaic   Inscriptions, (Philadelphia: 1975), in ORIENTALIA 48/2, pp. 289-290.

1979:  Review:  Miriam Lichtheim, Ancient Egyptian Literature, II: The New Kingdom,   (Berkeley, CA: 1976), in ORIENTALIA 48/1, p. 131.

1979:  Review:  Michael D. Coogan, Stories from Ancient Canaan (Translated and Annotated   Ugaritic Texts), (Philadelphia: 1979), in REVIEW FOR RELIGIOUS 38/1, p. 155.

1979:   Article:  A Seven-Holed θEOTOKOC Lamp, in BERYTUS: ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDIES XXVII 1979, pp. 27-28 with 3 Plates.

1979:  Article:  A Seal from Umm el Qan~fid, Jordan: GeLYHW cBD HMLK, in   ORIENTALIA 48/1 1979, pp. 107-08 with l figure.

1979:  Article:  The Amman Theater Inscription, in JOURNAL OF NEAR EASTERN   STUDIES 39/1 Jan 1979, pp. 37-38 with plate and figure.

1978:  Article:  The cAmm~n Citadel Inscription: A New Collation, in BULLETIN OF THE   AMERICAN SCHOOLS OF ORIENTAL RESEARCH 230 May 1978, pp. 39-43   with figure.

1978:  Article:  A YHD Stamp from Battir, in ORIENTALIA 47/2 l978, p. 265 with l figure.

1978:  Review:  Alberto R.W. Green, The Role of Human Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East   (Missoula, MT: 1975), in CATHOLIC BIBLICAL QUARTERLY 40/2, pp. 241-242.

1978:  Reviews:  Syro-Mesopotamian Studies I/1 & 2, 1977: I. Gelb, "Thoughts about Ibla:   A Preliminary Evaluation;" and D. Schmandt-Besserat, "An Archaic Writing System and the Origin of Writing," in ORIENTALIA 47/1, pp. 137-139.

1976:  Review:  P. Miller, Jr. The Divine Warrior in Early Israel, (Cambridge: 1973), in   JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY 96/3, pp. 436-437.

1976:  Review:  Hans Goedicke, The Report of Wenamun, (Baltimore: 1975), in REVIEW   FOR RELIGIOUS 35/1, p. 151.

1976:  Review:  Apotheosis and the Coinage of Alexander III and his Successors, in THE   DEIFICATION OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT by Ernst Badian and Responders,   Protocol of the 21st Colloquy [7 Mar 1976] of the Center for Hermeneutical Studies,   Berkeley, CA, pp. 37-42.

1976:  Book:  The Canaanite God Rešep (American Oriental Series, 8: New Haven, CT).

1976:   Article:  Unfulfilled Longing: Man's Hunger for God, lead article in THE   CATHOLIC VOICE, Oakland, CA, 13/43 23 Feb 76, pp. 1-3.

1976:  Article:  Jewish Storytelling and Anamnesis in MODERN LITURGY 3/8 Nov-Dec   1976, pp. 8-9.

1975:  Review:  A. Spijkerman, Herodion iii: Catalogo delle Monete, (Jerusalem: 1972), in   REVUE BIBLIQUE LXXXII/3, p. 474 (In French).

1975:  Reviews:  André Caquot, Maurice Sznycer and Andrée Herdner, Textes Ougaritiques I: Mythes et Légendes, (Paris: 1974), and Jacob Katzenstein, The History of Tyre: From   the Beginning of the Second Millennium B.C.E.  until the Fall of the Neo-Babylonian Empire in 538 B.C.E. (Jerusalem: 1973), in REVUE BIBLIQUE   LXXXII/2, pp. 309-310, 286-288.

1975:  Article:  Monnaies de Tell Keisan 1971-1974, in REVUE BIBLIQUE LXXXII/2, April 1975, pp. 234-239 & Pll. XVIII-XIX.

1974:  Review Article:  Quest of the Historical Peter, lead review-article in THE REVIEW   OF BOOKS AND RELIGION 3/4, Feb 1974, pp. 1, 16, of Raymond E. Brown, Karl P. Donfried and John Reumann, Peter in the New Testament (Minneapolis: Augusburg   and New York: Paulist, 1973).

1974:  Article:  The Rare Coinage of Sanaüs in Phrygia, in JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY   FOR ANCIENT NUMISMATICS [SAN] V/4, 1973-74, p. 65 with Plates.

1973:  Book:  Maranatha: Reflections on the Mystical Theology of John the Evangelist   (Paulist: New Jersey).

1973:  ("Filler" article):  Judaea Capta, in THE BIBLE TODAY 69, Dec 1973, p. 1399.

1973:  Contributions to VIRGIL'S FOURTH ECLOGUE by Gordon Williams and   Responders, Protocol of the 7th Colloquy [28 May 1973] of the Center for Hermeneutical Studies, Berkeley, CA, pp. 30-48 passim.

1973:  Article:  The Bar Kokhba Rebellion: Puzzling Evidence, in THE BIBLE TODAY 64, Feb 1973, pp. 1041-1045.

1972:  Article:  The Coins of the Bible, in CATHOLIC DIGEST, Jul 1972, pp. 66-71. [An   edited reprinting of article in THE BIBLE TODAY 56, Nov 1971].

1971:  Article:  Money in Biblical and Early Christian Times, in THE BIBLE TODAY 56,   Nov 1971, pp. 530-534 + front and back covers.

1967:  Review:  P. Grelot and J. Pierron, The Paschal Feast in the Bible, (Baltimore: 1965), in   PASTORAL LIFE 15/4, Apr 1967, p. 247.

1966:  Review:  A. Feuillet, The Apocalypse, (Staten Island: 1964), in PASTORAL LIFE   14/11, Nov 1966, p. 632.

1966:  Review:  Raymond E. Brown, New Testament Essays, (Milwaukee: 1965), in     PASTORAL LIFE 14/5, May 1966, pp. 316-317.

1966:  Review:  Rudolph Schnackenburg, The Church in the New Testament, (New York:   1965), in PASTORAL LIFE 14/2, Feb 1966, pp. 123-124.

1966:  Review:  Robert E. McNally, The Unreformed Church, (New York: 1965), in     PASTORAL LIFE 14/1, Jan 1966, pp. 53-54.

1965:  Review:  David M. Stanley, The Apostolic Church in the New Testament,   (Westminster, MD: 1965), in PASTORAL LIFE 13/11, Nov 1965, pp. 632-633.

1965:  Review:  Text, Bible Vigil: Mary, Mother of the Church, Music by Kevin Waters, S.J.    (Toledo: Gregorian Institute of America, 1967).

1963:  Review:  Features Should Be Relevant Yet Significant, in THE BULLETIN OF THE COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ADVISERS ASSOCIATION 21/2, Oct 1963,   pp. 24-28.

1963:  Article. A Note on Free Will in Aristotle, in THE MODERN SCHOOLMAN (Saint Louis University) XL/4, May 1963, pp. 388-394.