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Introduction to Postcolonial Criticism
Postcolonial Biblical Criticism by In-depth introduction to an emerging field. Highlights key features, defines terms, explains hermeneutics. Relates postcolonial methods to other political and theoretical currents in biblical studies ( feminism; racial/ethnic studies; poststructuralism; Marxism).
Introduction to Postcolonial Criticism of the New Testament
Empire and Apocalypse Postcolonialism an by Introduction to postcolonial biblical criticism. Surveys recent advances. Includes examples of the method applied to reading Mark, John, and Revelation. Historical focus. Annotated bibliography.
A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings by Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings puts imperial-colonial frameworks and relations at the centre. Foregrounds literary, rhetorical, and ideological marks of coloniality and postcoloniality in texts and interpretations. Reveals how postcolonial readings destabilize hegemonic biblical criticism.