Table of contents for Feminist New Testament studies : global and future perspectives / edited by Kathleen O'Brien Wicker, Althea Spencer Miller, and Musa W. Dube.


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Acknowledgments--Kathleen O’Brien Wicker * Introduction--Althea Spencer Miller * Conversation I: Europe & North America * The Power of the Word: Charting Critical Global Feminist New Testament Studies--Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza * Globalization, Transnational Feminisms, and the Future of Biblical Critique--Elizabeth Castelli * Response--Sheila Briggs * The Challenge of ‘Blackness” for Rearticulating the Meaning of Global Feminist New Testament Interpretation--Gay L. Byron * Response: Paradoxes of Positionality: The Key to Feminist New Testament Studies--Karen J. Torjesen * Reflections on Conversation I--Sonya Gravlee, Erin Jacklin, Prinny Perelman * Conversation II: Asia & Latin America * My Journey as a Latin American Feminist New Testament Scholar--Ai;da Besançon Spencer * Response--Elizabeth Conde Frazier * Biblical Studies in the 21st Century: A Japanese/Asian Feminist Glimpse--Hisako Kinukawa * Response--Zhiru Ng * Feminist Theologies in Latin America--Rosemary Radford Ruether * Reflections on Conversation II--Holly Hight, Lydia Sohn * Conversation III: Africa & the Diaspora * Rahab is Hanging Out a Red Ribbon: One African Woman’s Perspective on the Future of Feminist New Testament Scholarship--Musa W. Dube * Response: From Scarlet Cord to Red Ribbon: A Perilous Passage--Isabel Balseiro * Lucy Bailey Meets the Feminists--Althea Spencer-Miller * Response--Lincoln E. Galloway * Signifying on Scriptures: An African Diaspora Proposal for Radical Readings--incent L. Wimbush * Reflections on Conversation III--Noelle Champagne, Filiberto Nolasco & Katrina Van Heest
Acknowledgments--Kathleen O’Brien Wicker * Introduction--Althea Spencer-Miller * Conversation I: Europe & North America * The Power of the Word: Charting Critical Global Feminist New Testament Studies--Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza * Globalization, Transnational Feminisms, and the Future of Biblical Critique--Elizabeth Castelli * Response--Sheila Briggs * The Challenge of ‘Blackness” for Rearticulating the Meaning of Global Feminist New Testament Interpretation--Gay L. Byron * Response: Paradoxes of Positionality: The Key to Feminist New Testament Studies--Karen J. Torjesen * Reflections on Conversation I--Sonya Gravlee, Erin Jacklin, Prinny Perelman * Conversation II: Asia & Latin America * My Journey as a Latin American Feminist New Testament Scholar--Ai;da Besançon Spencer * Response--Elizabeth Conde Frazier * Biblical Studies in the 21st Century: A Japanese/Asian Feminist Glimpse--Hisako Kinukawa * Response--Zhiru Ng * Feminist Theologies in Latin America--Rosemary Radford Ruether * Reflections on Conversation II--Holly Hight, Lydia Sohn * Conversation III: Africa & the Diaspora * Rahab is Hanging Out a Red Ribbon: One African Woman’s Perspective on the Future of Feminist New Testament Scholarship--Musa W. Dube * Response: From Scarlet Cord to Red Ribbon: A Perilous Passage--Isabel Balseiro * Lucy Bailey Meets the Feminists--Althea Spencer-Miller * Response--Lincoln E. Galloway * Signifying on Scriptures: An African Diaspora Proposal for Radical Readings--incent L. Wimbush * Reflections on Conversation III--Noelle Champagne, Filiberto Nolasco & Katrina Van Heest



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Feminist criticism -- Congresses.
Globalization -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Congresses.
Globalization -- Social aspects -- Congresses.