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Title Prophets and Daniel / edited by Athalya Brenner
Published London : Sheffield Academic Press, ©2001
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Series A feminist companion to the Bible. Second series ; 8
Feminist companion to the Bible. Second series ; 8.
Contents Abbreviations -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Prophecy -- The Goddess Revisited: The Queen of Heaven -- Who is She? / Judith M. Hadley -- Female 'Prophets' or 'Prophetesses'?: Prophecy and the Construction of Women: Inscription and Erasure / Esther Fuchs -- The Daughters of Your People Prophesy / Renate Jost -- Miriam and the Prophecy of the Persian Period / Rainer Kessler -- The Pornoprophetic 'Marriage' Metaphor: Prophetic Objections to YHWH as the Violent Husband of Israel: Reinterpretations of the Prophetic Marriage Metaphor in Second Isaiah (Isaiah 40-55) / Gerlinde Baumann -- Circumcision of the Prostitute: Gender, Sexuality, and the Call to Repentance in Jeremiah 3.1-4.4 / Mary E. Shields -- Self-Response to 'Circumcision of the Prostitute' / Mary E. Shields -- Multiple Exposures: Body Rhetoric and Gender in Ezekiel 16 / Mary E. Shields -- Self-Response to 'Multiple Exposures' / Mary E. Shields -- Violence and the Economy of Desire in Ezekiel 16.1-45 / Erin Runions -- Gender Reversal in Ezekiel 16 / s. Tamar Kamionkowski -- Reading Zechariah 5.5-11: Prophecy, Gender and (Ap)Perception / Ulrike Sals -- On Saying 'No' to a Prophet / Julia M. Obrien -- In Retrospect ... Self-Response to 'On Saying "No" to a Prophet' / Julia M. Obrien -- Nineveh the Adulteress / Mayer I. Gruber -- Daniel: Who's Afraid of Feminist Criticism? Who's Afraid of Biblical Humour? The Case of the Obtuse Foreign Ruler in the Hebrew Bible / Athalya Brenner -- Self-Response to 'Who's Afraid of Feminist Criticism?' / Athalya Brenner -- Another Wise Queen (Mother) -- Women's Wisdom in Daniel 5.10-12? / H.J.M. Van Deventer -- Daniel, Belshazzar, and Julia: The Rediscovery and Vindication of the Translation of Julia E. Smith (1792-1886) / Emily Sampson -- Bibliography -- Index of References -- Index of Authors
Summary This final volume in the Feminist Companion to the Bible Second series is a sparkling collection. These essays revisit the figure of the Goddess, redefine female prophet-(esse)s, consider Yahweh as a violent husband, explore various aspects or eroticism in prophetic literature and discuss how to say no to a prophet. In the section on Daniel the Obtuse Foreign Ruler is viewed from the perspective of both feminism and humor, while Belshazzar''s mother is proposed as another wise queen. Contributors include Judith Hadley, Esther Fuchs, Renate Jost, Rainer Kessler, Gerlinde Baumann, Mary Shields,
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Bible. Daniel -- Feminist criticism.
Bible. Prophets -- Feminist criticism.
Bible. Daniel.
Bible. Prophets.
Daniël (bijbelboek)
Profeten (bijbelboeken)
Sekseverschillen.
Antigo testamento.
Bíblia.
Feminist criticism.
Mulheres.
Profetas.
RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Prophets.
Form Electronic book
Author Brenner-Idan, Athalya. editor
ISBN 0567184706
9780567184702