Marvin Arnold Luckerman (b. 5 Jan 1941 Los Angeles d. 19 August 2010, Az) served as an Associate Editor of Kronos between 1975-1977, and then edited and published the journal, Catastrophism and Ancient History Journal between 1978 - 1993. Born in the United States, he received his BA. from U.S.C. and his MA. from U.C.L.A. He has also been published in such magazines as Biblical Archaeology, the Griffith Observer, and the Biblical Archaeological Review.
- "In 1970, I picked up a copy of Worlds in Collision because a colleague of mine told me about it. Since that time I have personally been involved in working on the theories of Dr Velikovsky. It ultimately led to the establishment of Catastrophism and Ancient History."
- "A Note on the Location of Avaris", Kronos vol.1 No. 2, Summer 1975
- "Problems of Early Anatolian History Part I", C&AH vol.1 No.1, 1978
- "The Danunians and the Velikovsky Revision" ,C&AH vol.1 No.2, April 1979
- "A Different View on the Chronology of Hazo", C&AH vol.2 No.2, June 1980
- "Is Early Bronze the Time of the Exodus?", C&AH vol.5 No.2, July 1983
- "Ebla and Velikovsky", C&AH Proceedings 1, 1983
- "et-Tell Is Not Biblical Ai", Biblical Archaeologist, 1976 - JSTOR
- "Conquest in the Middle Bronze Age?", Biblical Archaeologist, 1980 - JSTOR
- John J. Bimson, "A Further Response to Marvin Luckerman", C&AH vol.3 No.1
- ↑ United States Social Security Death Index for Marvin Arnold Luckerman at familysearch.org
- ↑ Marvin Arnold Luckerman, "The Danunians and the Velikovsky Revision", Catastrophism and Ancient History I:2 (Apr 1979)
- ↑ "Dr Immanuel Velikovsky Tributes", SIS Review, Vol IV No 4 (Spring 1980)