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Contextualizing gender in early Christian discourse : thinking beyond Thecla / Caroline Vander Stichele and Todd Penner. [print]

By: Vander Stichele, Caroline [author]Contributor(s): Penner, Todd CMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: London : T and T Clark, (c)2009. Description: 1 online resource (xi, 246 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780567346636; 0567346633Subject(s): Bible. New Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Sex role -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Gender identity | ReligionGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: BS2361.3.C668 2009Online resources: Copyright permission request form. | electronic resource; click here to access COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Acknowledgments; InterseXions; 1 Introducing a Gender-Critical Approach; 2 Contextualizing Gender in the Greco-Roman World; 3 Boundaries and Bodies in Early Christian Discourse; 4 Gender and the Modern Interpreter; 5 Reading (for) Gender; (Dis)closure; Index;
Summary: An introduction to feminist and gender-critical perspectives on the New Testament and other early Christian writings.
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An introduction to feminist and gender-critical perspectives on the New Testament and other early Christian writings.

Acknowledgments; InterseXions; 1 Introducing a Gender-Critical Approach; 2 Contextualizing Gender in the Greco-Roman World; 3 Boundaries and Bodies in Early Christian Discourse; 4 Gender and the Modern Interpreter; 5 Reading (for) Gender; (Dis)closure; Index;

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