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Feminism and Christian Tradition by Mary-Paula WalshAnnotated bibliography, 1960s – 1990s, on feminism and Christian tradition. Major feminist theologians and sociologists are represented. Historical essays overview of feminism in relation to the women's movement, women's studies, sociology and American religion. Cross-referenced.
I Found God in Me by Mitzi J. SmithWomanist biblical hermeneutics reader. Articles on womanist interpretative theories and theology as well as womanist readings of biblical texts by womanist biblical scholars. Most articles deal with OT.
Womanist Interpretations of the Bible by Gay L. Byron; Vanessa LovelaceWomanist Biblical Interpretation: Expanding the Discourse brings together cross-generational and cross-cultural readings of the Bible and other sacred sources by including scholars from the Caribbean, India, and Africa who have not traditionally fit into the narrow U.S., African American paradigm for understanding womanist biblical interpretation. The volume engages the reader in a wide range of interdisciplinary methods and perspectives, such as gender and feminist criticism, social-scientific methods, post-colonial and psychoanalytical theory that emphasize the inherently intersectional dynamics of race, ethnicity, and class at work in womanist thought and analysis.
Introduction to Feminist Criticism of the New Testament
A Feminist Introduction to Paul by Sandra Hack PolaskiReinterprets overlooked, neglected, misintegrated, or differently interpreted Pauline texts, making visible the invisible and challenging the accepted readings. Uncovers both the ideologies behind the text and the ideologies the text seeks to suppress.
Postcolonial Feminist Criticism of the New Testament
The Politics of Heaven by Joseph A. MarchalChallenges Pauline studies to engage the full range of critical challenges brought by feminist studies, postcolonial studies, and Roman imperial studies. A feminist, postcolonial analysis. Philippians as a test case.
Woman and Nation by Jean Kyoung KimReads the Gospel of John from a postcolonial feminist perspective as a patriarchal nationalist discourse. Examines effects of colonialism in twentieth-century Korean cultural experience, as seen in social memory or oral traditions, to develop an intercontextual lens through which she examines the role of the Johannine female characters.