Theory and Method
The following published articles address the rationale and practice of the Scholars Hebrew Bible. (The project was previously named the Oxford Hebrew Bible.) The highlighted titles are available as PDF files.
Ronald Hendel, "The Oxford Hebrew Bible: Prologue to a New Critical Edition." Vetus Testamentum 58 (2008): 324-51.
Ronald Hendel, "The Oxford Hebrew Bible: Its Aims and a Response to Criticisms." Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 2 (2013): 63-99.
Sidnie White Crawford, Jan Joosten, and Eugene Ulrich, "Sample Editions of the Oxford Hebrew Bible: Deuteronomy 32:1-9, 1 Kings 11:1-8, and Jeremiah 27:1-10 (34 G)." Vetus Testamentum 58 (2008): 352-66.
Michael V. Fox, "Editing Proverbs: The Challenge of the Oxford Hebrew Bible." Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 32 (2006): 1-22.
Michael V. Fox, "Text Criticism and Literary Criticism" in "Built by Wisdom, Established by Understanding": Essays in Honor of Adele Berlin. College Park, MD: University of Maryland, 2013.
Michael V. Fox, "How the Peshitta of Proverbs Uses the Septuagint." Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 39/2 (2013): 1-20.
Sidnie White Crawford, "Textual Criticism of the Book of Deuteronomy and the Oxford Hebrew Bible Project." Pp. 315-26 in Seeking out the Wisdom of the Ancients: Essays Offered to Michael V. Fox on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, eds. R. Troxel, K. Friebel, and D. Magary. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2005.
Herrie F. Van Rooy, "A New Critical Edition of the Hebrew Bible." Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 30 (2004): 139-50. [On Ezekiel]
Zipora Talshir, "Textual Criticism at the Service of Literary Criticism and the Question of an Eclectic Edition of the Hebrew Bible." Pp. 33-60 in After Qumran: Old and Modern Editions of the Biblical Texts --The Historical Books, eds. H. Ausloos, B. Lemmelijn, and J. Trebolle Barrera. Leuven: Peeters, 2012.