Table of contents for Judges and method : new approaches in biblical studies / edited by Gale A. Yee.

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CONTENTS
Preface to the Second Edition
CHAPTER 1
Introduction: Why Judges? 
Gale A. Yee
CHAPTER 2
Narrative Criticism of Judges:
Human Purpose in Conflict with Divine Presence 
Richard G. Bowman
CHAPTER 3
Social Scientific Criticism:
Judges 9 and Issues of Kinship 
Naomi Steinberg
CHAPTER 4
Feminist Criticism:
Whose Interests Are Being Served? 
J. Cheryl Exum
CHAPTER 5
Structuralist Criticism:
The Text's World of Meaning 
David Jobling
CHAPTER 6
Deconstructive Criticism:
Achsah and the (E)razed City of Writing 
Danna Nolan Fewell
CHAPTER 7
Ideological Criticism:
Judges 17/21 and the Dismembered Body 
Gale A. Yee
CHAPTER 8
Postcolonial Criticism:
Who is the Other in the Book of Judges?
Uriah Kim
CHAPTER 9
Gender Criticism:
The Un-manning of Abimelech
Ken Stone
CHAPTER 10
Cultural Criticism:
Uses of Judges through the Centuries
David M. Gunn
GLOSSARY
INDEXES
CONTRIBUTORS

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. O.T. Judges -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible -- Hermeneutics.