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Constructions of Space II: The Biblical City and Other Imagined Spaces (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) ebook

by Jon L. Berquist,Claudia V. Camp,Andrew Mein


Constructions of Space II book.

Constructions of Space II book. For the first time in the development of biblical studies, participants in the seminar attempted to foreground and critically analyze space with the same theoretical nuance that biblical scholars have traditionally devoted to hist The Constructions of Ancient Space Seminar ran as a joint project of the AAR and SBL from 2000-2005, the only cross-society venture of its time.

Critical studies and analyses of space are becoming increasingly common in scholarship, although it is not always . Mark K. George, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible at the Iliff School of Theology, has been involved in critical spatial studies for a number of years

Critical studies and analyses of space are becoming increasingly common in scholarship, although it is not always clear how such studies proceed. George, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible at the Iliff School of Theology, has been involved in critical spatial studies for a number of years. He is the author of Israel's Tabernacle as Social Space. Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies (Book 569).

By: Jon L. Berquist(E. & Claudia V. Camp(E. More in Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies Series. The Constructions of Ancient Space Seminar ran as a joint project of the AAR and SBL from 2000-2005, the only cross-society venture of its time

By: Jon L. T & T Clark International, 2008, Hardcover. The Constructions of Ancient Space Seminar ran as a joint project of the AAR and SBL from 2000-2005, the only cross-society venture of its time. For the first time in the development of biblical studies, participants in the seminar attempted to foreground and critically analyze space with the same theoretical nuance that biblical scholars have traditionally devoted to history. This volume, first, collects five papers focused on biblical cities, and especially Jerusalem.

The Constructions of Ancient Space Seminar ran as a joint project of the AAR and SBL from 2000-2005, the only . The final essay moves outside the biblical canon to examine real and imagined space in Pure Land Buddhism.

The Constructions of Ancient Space Seminar ran as a joint project of the AAR and SBL from 2000-2005, the only cross-society venture of its time. The female personification of Zion allows for, among other things, a specifically feminist slant on spatiality theory.

Article in The Bible and Critical Theory 5(2) · June 2009 with 7 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. 118+ million publications. DOI: 1. 104/bc090025.

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In Constructions of Space II: The Biblical City and Other Imagined Spaces, ed. Jon L. Berquist and Claudia . Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 31: 193–219. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. O’Connor, Kathleen M. 1999. The Tears of God and Divine Character in Jeremiah 2−9. Berquist and Claudia V. Camp, 102–118. New York: T&T Clark. Daughter Zion, Mother Zion: Gender, Space, and the Sacred in Ancient Israel. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. In Troubling Jeremiah, ed. . Pete Diamond, Kathleen M. O’Connor, and Louis Stulman, 287–401. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. Ranking Other OT Studies and Issues : (not ranked). Kamrada, Dolores G.

Constructions of Space II: The Biblical City and Other Imagined Spaces. Boda, Mark and Michael Floyd, eds. Tradition in Transition: Haggai and Zechariah 1-8 in the Trajectory of Hebrew Theology. LHBOTS 475. Pp. xv + 384. New York: T & T Clark, 2008. LHBOTS 490. ix + 197. Bibb, Bryan D. Ritual Words and Narrative Worlds in the Book of Leviticus. LHBOTS 480. vii + 182. New York: T & T Clark, 2009. Black, Fiona C. The Artifice of Love: Grotesque Bodies and the Song of Songs. Bosworth, David A. The Story within a Story in Biblical Hebrew Narrative. CBQMS 45. viii + 200.

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The Constructions of Ancient Space Seminar ran as a joint project of the AAR and SBL from 2000-2005, the only cross-society venture of its time. For the first time in the development of biblical studies, participants in the seminar attempted to foreground and critically analyze space with the same theoretical nuance that biblical scholars have traditionally devoted to history.  This volume, first, collects five papers focused on biblical cities, and especially Jerusalem. The female personification of Zion allows for, among other things, a specifically feminist slant on spatiality theory. Whereas these essays begin with cities as material realities, the second part of the volume offers two essays that begin with the imagined spaces of apocalyptic literature, though these two are shown to have deep connection to actual lived space. The final essay moves outside the biblical canon to examine real and imagined space in Pure Land Buddhism.

Constructions of Space II: The Biblical City and Other Imagined Spaces (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) ebook
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Jon L. Berquist,Claudia V. Camp,Andrew Mein
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