Forschungen zum Alten Testament
Edited by Konrad Schmid (Zürich) · Mark S. Smith (Princeton) · Hermann Spieckermann (Göttingen), and Andrew Teeter (Cambridge, MA)
FAT I makes a point of publishing the works of not only younger but also of well-established scholars who give important momentum to Old Testament research all over the world. There are no religious or denominational preferences, and the series has no limits defined by certain positions. The sole determining factor for the acceptance of a manuscript is its high level of scholarship. Monographs, including habilitations, volumes of essays by established researchers and conference volumes on key subjects from the fields of theology and religious history define the profile of the series. FAT I is an international forum for Old Testament research, which is expressed in the broad spectrum of the subjects and aspects dealt with.
ISSN: 0940-4155 / eISSN: 2568-8359 - Suggested citation: FAT