Horror and Scripture
This series seeks monographs and edited volumes that explore horror, monsters, and the monstrous in early Jewish and Christian scriptures (including canonical and non-canonical texts). Books in the series are grounded in the discipline of biblical studies, but draw from a wide range of other methodologies, including, for example, film studies, psychoanalytic theory, anthropological approaches, contemporary horror theory, monster theory, and postmodern readings.

Editor(s): Brandon R. Grafius (bgrafius@etseminary.edu) and Kelly J. Murphy (murph5kj@cmich.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Neil Elliott (nelliott@rowman.com)
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