Catholic Biblical Quarterly-Monograph Series (CBQMS)
The purpose of this series is to facilitate the publication of books of a specialized scholarly nature in the biblical field. It is envisaged that such a series would encourage work on technical, detailed subjects, even of a restricted scope.
Fifty volumes have been published since the inception of the series in 1969, with one or two new volumes appearing almost every year.
The most recent monographs are:
No. 50: Richard J. Dillon, The Hymns of St. Luke: Lyricism and Narrative Strategy in Luke 1—2 (2013).
No. 49: Aaron J. Koller, The Semantic Field of Cutting Tools in Ancient Israel (2013).