A feminist companion to reading the Bible : approaches, methods and strategies / edited by Athalya Brenner and Carole Fontaine. [print]

Contributor(s): Brenner, AthalyaMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: Sheffield, England : Sheffield Academic Press, [(c)1997Description: 654 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1850756740; 9781850756743Subject(s): Bible -- Feminist criticism | Feminist criticismLOC classification: BS521.4.F465 1997BS521.4.B838.F465 1997COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
1. Metacritics. Feminist criticism and biblical studies on the verge of the twenty-first century A. Reinhartz Toward feminist companionship : the future of feminist biblical studies and feminism P.J. Milne On the future of feminist biblical criticism H.A. McCay The abusive Bible : on the use of feminist method in pastoral contexts C.R. Fontaine Challenged by the text : interpreting two stories of incest in the Hebrew Bible C. Smith Identifying the speaker-in-the-text and the reader's location in prophetic texts : the case of Isaiah 50 A. Brenner Response to Brenner's "Identifying the speaker-in-the-text" / C.R. Fontaine 2. Differences and otherness. An approach to a critical, feminist, theological reading of the Bible S.H. Ringe A triple hermeneutic : scripture and revisionist women's poetry A.S. Ostriker Overcoming the teaching of contempt K. von Kellenbach Overlapping communities and multicultural hermeneutics K. Pui-lan 3. Other worlds. Feminist research and ancient Mesopotamia : problems and prospects J.M. Asher-Greve Engendering creation in ancient Egypt : still and flowing waters L. Troy --
4. Other close contexts. Recovering objects, re-visioning subjects : archaeology and feminist biblical study C. Meyers An iconographic approach to Genesis 38 E.F. Beach Family violence in cross-cultural perspective : an approach for feminist interpreters of the Bible J.J. Pilch 5. Otherness and translation. Septuagint and gender studies : the very beginning of a promising liaison K. de Troyer Surviving Lamentations T. Linafelt 6. Goddesses and wisdom. From goddess to literary construct : the transformation of Asherah into Hokmah J.M. Hadley Lady Wisdom : a polytheistic and psychological interpretation of a biblical goddess B. Lang 7. Intertextuality. Intertextuality : Ruth in dialogue with Tamar E. van Wolde Rachel weeping for her children : intertextuality and the biblical testaments E. Wainwright 8. Forays into rabbinics. Rabinnic interpretation of scripture J. Hauptman Rabbis, feminists and patriarchy's ordinariness M. Peskowitz Torah study and the making of Jewish gender D. Boyarin 9. The personal/autobiographical. Reflections on David D. Gunn ; "My" Song of Songs A. Brenner 10. Back to the traditional. Editor's preface to Claus Westermann's "Beauty in the Hebrew Bible" ; Beauty in the Hebrew Bible C. Westermann.
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A companion to A Feminist companion to the Bible.

1. Metacritics. Feminist criticism and biblical studies on the verge of the twenty-first century A. Reinhartz Toward feminist companionship : the future of feminist biblical studies and feminism P.J. Milne On the future of feminist biblical criticism H.A. McCay The abusive Bible : on the use of feminist method in pastoral contexts C.R. Fontaine Challenged by the text : interpreting two stories of incest in the Hebrew Bible C. Smith Identifying the speaker-in-the-text and the reader's location in prophetic texts : the case of Isaiah 50 A. Brenner Response to Brenner's "Identifying the speaker-in-the-text" / C.R. Fontaine 2. Differences and otherness. An approach to a critical, feminist, theological reading of the Bible S.H. Ringe A triple hermeneutic : scripture and revisionist women's poetry A.S. Ostriker Overcoming the teaching of contempt K. von Kellenbach Overlapping communities and multicultural hermeneutics K. Pui-lan 3. Other worlds. Feminist research and ancient Mesopotamia : problems and prospects J.M. Asher-Greve Engendering creation in ancient Egypt : still and flowing waters L. Troy --

4. Other close contexts. Recovering objects, re-visioning subjects : archaeology and feminist biblical study C. Meyers An iconographic approach to Genesis 38 E.F. Beach Family violence in cross-cultural perspective : an approach for feminist interpreters of the Bible J.J. Pilch 5. Otherness and translation. Septuagint and gender studies : the very beginning of a promising liaison K. de Troyer Surviving Lamentations T. Linafelt 6. Goddesses and wisdom. From goddess to literary construct : the transformation of Asherah into Hokmah J.M. Hadley Lady Wisdom : a polytheistic and psychological interpretation of a biblical goddess B. Lang 7. Intertextuality. Intertextuality : Ruth in dialogue with Tamar E. van Wolde Rachel weeping for her children : intertextuality and the biblical testaments E. Wainwright 8. Forays into rabbinics. Rabinnic interpretation of scripture J. Hauptman Rabbis, feminists and patriarchy's ordinariness M. Peskowitz Torah study and the making of Jewish gender D. Boyarin 9. The personal/autobiographical. Reflections on David D. Gunn ; "My" Song of Songs A. Brenner 10. Back to the traditional. Editor's preface to Claus Westermann's "Beauty in the Hebrew Bible" ; Beauty in the Hebrew Bible C. Westermann.

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