Τρίτη, 16 Μαΐου 2017

Στο τρέχον τεύχος του FSR / In the current issue of FSR

Feminist Studies in Religion 33:1 (2017)

  • Rhiannon Graybill, "Yahweh as Maternal Vampire in Second Isaiah: Reading from Violence to Fluid Possibility with Luce Irigaray," 9-25
  • Ally Kateusz, "'She Sacrificed Herself as the Priest”: Early Christian Female and Male Co-Priests," 45-67 (abstract)
  • Ronit Irshai, "'And I Find a Wife More Bitter Than Death' (Eccl 7:26): Feminist Hermeneutics, Women’s Midrashim, and the Boundaries of Acceptance in Modern Orthodox Judaism," 69-86 (abstract)
  • Susanne Scholz, "On the 'Ordinary' Inclusion of Rape in the Teaching of the Hebrew Bible," 164-166
  • Beatrice Lawrence, "Cultural Theory, Popular Culture, and the Biblical Studies Classroom," 167-168

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