Helen Leneman is an independent scholar, singer and pianist living in Bethesda, Maryland.
Helen Leneman has also published:
• ‘Ruth and Boaz Love Duets as Examples of Musical Midrash’, in lectiodifficilior, June 2006 (http://www.lectio.unibe.ch/)
• ‘Music as Midrash: Ruth-Boaz Duets’, in SBL Forum, March 2006 (http://sbl-site.org/Article.aspx?ArticleId=491)
• ‘The Voices of Ruth and Naomi: Cultural Transformation through Librettos and Music,’ in European Judaism 35/2 (Autumn 2002)
• ‘Miriam Re-Imagined, and Imaginary Women of Exodus in Musical Settings’, in A Feminist Companion to the Bible: Exodus (Second Series) (ed. Athalya Brenner; Sheffield Academic Press)
• ‘Portrayals of Power in the Stories of Delilah and Bathsheba: Seduction in Song’, in Culture, Entertainment, and the Bible (ed. George Aichele; Sheffield Academic Press, 2000); and in Sacred Text, Secular Times: The Hebrew Bible in the Modern World (ed. Leonard Greenspoon and Bryan LeBeau; Creighton University Press, 2000)