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Brenner-Idan Athalya


Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)


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Athalya BrennerIdan is Professor Emerita of the HB\OT Chair at the Universiteit van Amsterdam The Netherlands: and currently Professor in Biblical Studies at the Department of Hebrew Culture Studies Tel Aviv University Israel and Research Associate at the Biblia Arabica Project there. In addition she is Extraordinary Professor at the Department of OT/NT Faculty of Theology Stellenbosch University South Africa. Her website is http://athalyamorahletorah.com.Helen EfthiamidisKeith teaches in the School of Theology and Religion at the University of KwazuluNatal South Africa.Continues a major series by leading feminist biblical scholar Athalya BrennerStrong list of international and wellestablished contributorsIntroduces readers to feminist interpretations of and approaches to three main textsAthalya BrennerIdan is Professor Emerita of Hebrew Bible at the University of Amsterdam the Netherlands and is now Professor in Biblical Studies at the University of Tel Aviv Israel. Helen EfthimiadisKeith teaches Hebrew Bible at the University of KwaZuluNatal South Africa.A Feminist Companion to Tobit and Judith extends the work of the hugely influential and respected Feminist Companion series which continues to set the standard for feminist approaches to the Hebrew Bible and related texts. In the present volume Athalya BrennerIdan (with Helen EfthimiadisKeith) draws together a range of scholarly commentators and addresses the core issues relating to feminist interpretations of the two texts at hand. The volume examines attitudes to gender identities exile social mores beliefs clothing food and drink personal relationships and biblical reception. The contributors are: Beverly Bow and George Nickelsburg Athalya BrennerIdan Ora Brison Helen EfthimiadisKeith Renate EggerWenzel Beate Ego Emma England Jennifer Glancy Jan Willem van Henten Naomi Jacobs AmyJill Levine Pamela Milne and Barbara Schmitz.A comprehensive guide and introduction to the feminist interpretation of three core biblical texts.Table of ContentsAbbreviationsATHALYA BRENNERIDAN (University of Amsterdam the Netherlands)IntroductionPart ITOBIT: ON RELIGIOUS IDENTITY GENDER AND FOOD1. Redrawing the Boundaries: A New Look at śDiaspora as Metaphor: Bodies and Boundaries in the Book of TobitAMYJILL LEVINE (Vanderbilt University Divinity School USA) 2. Jewish selfAwareness Religious Identity and Acts of Resistance in the Book of TobitRENATE EGGERWENZEL (University of Salzburg Austria)3. Patriarchy with a Twist: Men and Women in TobitBEVERLY BOW (Cleveland State University USA) AND GEORGE W. E. NICKELSBURG (University of Iowa USA)3a. Does the śTwist point to Heterarchy? A Response to Bow and NickelsburgATHALYA BRENNERIDAN4. The Banishment of the Demon in Tobit: Textual Variants as a Result of EnculturationBEATE EGO (Ruhr UniversitĄt Bochum Germany)4a. A SelfResponse to śTextual VariantsBEATE EGO (Ruhr UniversitĄt Bochum Germany)5. Seen and Heard but Hardly Eating: Female Consumption i

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