Bible Odyssey (BOW) - Launched by SBL July 2014, this media-rich site includes over 300 articles, 60-plus expert videos, as well as timelines, maps, three Bible translations, even games. Many SBL members participated in the creation of Bible Odyssey and content on the site reflects a range of academic research from around the globe. To watch Prof. Levinson's interview on BOW visit: http://www.bibleodyssey.com/tools/video-gallery/w/why-the-decalogue-matters-levinson.aspx.
Analytical Bibliography of Deuteronomy (AnaBiDeut) - an important resource that provides an annotated, organized, bibliographical data-base for scholarship on Deuteronomy, prepared by Professors Norbert Lohfink (Sankt Georgen/Frankfurt) and Georg Braulik (Vienna). There is nothing available anywhere that is as complete and analytical as this resource.
Bible Tools for the Study of Hebrew Bible Texts - an introduction to the most popular tools for studying Biblical Hebrew Texts, provided by Professor Mark Brettler, Brandeis University.
ETCSL Homepage - The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
The Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library - a free online digitized virtual library of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Digital Dead Sea Scrolls (a remarkable resource from the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum)
École Biblique Library - Online Catalog
Online Articles Featuring Bernard Levinson:
“Rethinking an Ancient Text.” In Perspectives, the Magazine of the Program in Religious Studies, University of Minnesota (Fall 2009).
“Levinson's Road to Scholarship Paved With Joy.” In CLA Today, University of Minnesota (Spring 2001).
“Religious Studies Finds a Place at a Public University.” Published by University Relations, University of Minnesota (Summer 1998).