Eunny Lee, PhD


Professor, Department of Biblical and Religious Studies

Phone: (626) 815-5446

Email: [email protected]

Office Location: John and Marilyn Duke Academic Complex, Duke 225

Eunny Lee, PhD, joined the APU faculty in 2018 and teaches courses in biblical exegesis and biblical languages. She is the author of The Vitality of Enjoyment in Qohelet’s Theological Rhetoric (De Gruyter, 2012) and a series of articles that feature a feminist approach to the book of Ruth. Her current area of research is in the book of the Psalms (its poetry, performativity, and reception history). She loves to read biblical texts—closely and deeply—with students and communities of faith. Before coming to APU, she taught for 10 years at Princeton Theological Seminary.


  • PhD, Biblical Studies (Old Testament), Princeton Theological Seminary
  • MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary
  • BA, Russian and Soviet Studies, Harvard University

Academic Area

  • School of Theology


  • Biblical Exegesis and Theology
  • Old Testament Wisdom Literature
  • Feminist Hermeneutics
  • Psalms and Hebrew Poetry

Courses Taught

  • GBBL 530 - Hebrew I
  • GBBL 540 - Hebrew II
  • GBBL 571 - Readings in Hebrew Text/Pentateuch
  • HEBB 200 – Elementary Hebrew I
  • HEBB 201 – Elementary Hebrew II
  • HEBB 300 – Intermediate Hebrew I
  • UBBL 100 – Exodus/Deuteronomy
  • UBBL 317 - Ruth and Esther
  • UBBL 320 – Psalms and Wisdom
  • PRTH 200 - Theology & the Christian Life