Semeia 76: Race, Class and the Politics of Biblical Translation

Society of Biblical Literature, 1998
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Overview

Semeia is an experimental journal devoted to the exploration of new and emergent areas and methods of biblical criticism. Studies employing the methods, models, and findings of linguistics, folklore studies, contemporary literary criticism, structuralism, social anthropology, and other such disciplines and approaches, are invited. Although experimental in both form and content, Semeia proposes to publish work that reflects a well defined methodology that is appropriate to the material being interpreted.

Key Features

  • Key perspectives on biblical criticism
  • Includes bibliographies and index

Contributors

  • Randall C. Bailey
  • Angelika Bammer
  • Robert P. Carroll
  • Frances Fite
  • Edward L. Greenstein
  • Hisako Kinukawa
  • Madeline McClenney-Sadler
  • Samuel Pagén
  • Abraham Smith
  • R.S. Sugirtharajah
  • Dolores Yilibuw

Product Details

  • Title: Semeia 76: Race, Class and the Politics of Biblical Translation
  • Editors: Randall C. Bailey and Tina Pippin
  • Publisher: Society of Biblical Literature
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 176

About the Editors

Randall C. Bailey is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Hebrew Bible at Interdenominational Theological Center. He is the author of David in Love and War: The Pursuit of Power in 2 Samuel 10-13.

Tina Pippin is Associate Professor of Religion at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia. She is the author of Apocalyptic Bodies: The Biblical End of the World in Text and Image.

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