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Postcolonial Biblical Criticism

Interdisciplinary Intersections (Bible and Postcolonialism)

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Published by T. & T. Clark Publishers, Ltd. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • Religion,
  • Biblical Criticism & Interpretation - General,
  • Bible,
  • Postcolonial criticism

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStephen D. Moore (Editor), Fernando F. Segovia (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7854190M
    ISBN 100567084396
    ISBN 109780567084392

    Book Description: This volume returns to where initial interest in postcolonial biblical criticism began: the Hebrew Bible. It does so not to celebrate the significant achievements of postcolonial analysis over the last few decades but to ask what the next step might be. Read this book on Questia. Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: History, Method, Practice offers a concise and multifaceted overview of the origins, development, and application of postcolonial criticism to biblical studies.?. Offers a concise and accessible introduction to postcolonial biblical studies.

    Read "Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism History, Method, Practice" by R. S. Sugirtharajah available from Rakuten Kobo. Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: History, Method, Practice offers a concise and multifaceted overview of the o Brand: Wiley.   In other words, postcolonial biblical criticism is a “form of ideology criticism, which considers the socio-political context” and goes even further to address “the silencing of the voice of the other through the colonial strategy” (Punt ) in a postcolonial setting.

    'Postcolonial Biblical Criticism' is the most in-depth and multifaceted introduction to this emerging field to date. It probes postcolonial biblical criticism from a number of different but interrelated angles in order to bring it into as sharp a focus as possible, so that its promise - and potential pitfalls - 5/5(1). About the Author R. S. Sugirtharajah has published widely on biblical interpretation and especially on the intersection between postcolonialism and biblical studies. His publications include, Postcolonial Criticism and Biblical Interpretation (), Postcolonial Reconfigurations (), The Bible and Empire (), Postcolonial Biblical Reader (), Still at the Margins (), Voices from.


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R. Sugirtharajah is a Reader in Biblical Hermeneutics at the University of publications include The Bible and the Third World: Precolonial, Colonial and Postcolonial Encounters, The Postcolonial Bible, Asian Biblical Cited by: This book is from my point of view the new starting point for debates and conversations and proposals about postcolonial biblical criticism--and beyond--in the decade ahead." ― Vincent L Wimbush, Institute for Signifying Scriptures, Claremont Graduate UniversityCited by:   Postcolonial studies has recently made significant inroads into biblical studies, giving rise to numerous conference papers, articles, essays and books.

'Postcolonial Biblical Criticism' is the most in-depth and multifaceted introduction to this emerging field to date. It probes postcolonial biblical criticism from a number of different but interrelated angles in order to bring it into as.

"This book, edited by one of the foremost proponents of postcolonial biblical criticism, will provide a useful entrée into this important area of study and a representative and wide-ranging selection of essays with which to engage."Journal for the Study of the New Testament.

This stimulating study explores the implications of postcolonial criticism for biblical studies. Sugirtharajah provides a comprehensive overview of the origins, definitions, and procedures of postcolonial criticism, followed by a discussion of its significance in biblical interpretation/5.

Postcolonial studies has recently made significant inroads into biblical studies, giving rise to numerous conference papers, articles, essays and books. 'Postcolonial Biblical Criticism' is the most in-depth and multifaceted introduction to this emerging field to date. It probes postcolonial biblical criticism from a number of different but interrelated angles in order to bring it into as Pages:   R.

Sugirtharajah has published widely on biblical interpretation and especially on the intersection between postcolonialism and biblical studies. His publications include, Postcolonial Criticism and Biblical Interpretation (), Postcolonial Reconfigurations (), The Bible and Empire (), Postcolonial Biblical Reader (), Still at the Margins (), Voices from the Margin ( Postcolonial Biblical Criticism and Feminist Studies Susanne Scholz; Postcolonial Liberation: Decolonizing Biblical Studies in the South African Postcolony Gerald O.

West; Postcolonial Biblical Criticism and Queer Studies Jeremy Punt; Race, Scriptures, and the Postcolonial World Vincent L. Wimbush; Bible, Empire, Liberalism, and Racial. Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: History, Method, Practice offers a concise and multifaceted overview of the origins, development, and application of postcolonial criticism to biblical studies.

Offers a concise and accessible introduction to postcolonial biblical studies Provides a comprehensive overview of postcolonial studies by. Third, postcolonial biblical criticism has embarked upon retrieval hermeneutics, and three tasks can be identified here.

The first is to retrieve sidelined, silenced, written-out, and often maligned biblical figures and biblical incidents and restore their dignity and authenticity. In this stimulating study, R. Sugirtharajah explores the implications of postcolonial criticism for biblical studies. He provides a comprehensive overview of the origins, definitions, and procedures of postcolonial criticism, followed by a discussion of the significance of postcolonial criticism in biblical interpretation.

The readings illustrate the relevance of postcolonial criticism to biblical studies. They examine how various past empires such as those of Persia and Rome affected the narratives of the Bible, how different biblical writers handled the challenges of empire, and show how such modern empires as those of Britain, Russia, and America have affected.

This book is from my point of view the new starting point for debates and conversations and proposals about postcolonial biblical criticism--and beyond--in the decade ahead." —Vincent L Wimbush, Institute for Signifying Scriptures, Claremont Graduate University.

Since its emergence, postcolonial biblical criticism has witnessed swift expansion and development in Biblical Studies. This work represents a critical benchmark in postcolonial biblical criticism. It places the reality and ramifications of imperial-colonial frameworks and relations at the centre of biblical criticism.

The book indicates possible avenues in how postcolonial work can be helpful theoretically to the guild of biblical scholars and to show also how it can be practiced in exegetical work done on biblical texts. Paul and postcolonial hermeneutics: Marginality – FIRST DRAFT – 2 Postcolonial biblical criticism is eminently suitable to address the complexities emerging from both historical and discursive colonialism.

Employing notions of mimicry and hybridity, for example, it is capable of providing frameworks for. In this way, the book wants to respond constructively to the persistent Marxist critiques of postcolonial biblical criticism by David Jobling, Roland Boer, and Gerald West.

I was struck by Sugirtharajah’s suggestion that biblical studies be considered an essential component of Oriental : Kwok Pui Lan.

This wide-ranging Reader provides a comprehensive survey of the interaction between postcolonial criticism and biblical studies. Examines how various empires such as the Persian and Roman affected biblical narratives.

Demonstrates how different biblical writers such as Paul, Matthew and Mark handled the challenges of empire. Get this from a library. A postcolonial commentary on the New Testament writings.

[Fernando F Segovia; R S Sugirtharajah;] -- A comprehensive analysis of the New Testament from the perspective of postcolonial criticism, this title enables readers to relate biblical texts more sharply to the perennial geopolitical issues of. The first chapter, “Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: Beginnings, Trajectories, Intersections,” by the editors, is almost like an introduction to whole content of the book.

It provides us the history of the formation of Postcolonial Biblical Hermeneutical programme as. Postcolonial perspectives in African biblical interpretations / edited by Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora R. Mbuwayesango. p. cm. — (Society of Biblical Literature global perspectives on biblical scholarship ; no.

13) Includes bibliographical references and indexes.Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: Interdisciplinary Intersections (Bible & Postcolonialism) by Fernando F. Segovia; Stephen D. Moore and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

Postcolonial Biblical Criticism and Queer Studies may be situated and also how queer theory/theories function in postcolonial biblical criticism.

Discursive alignments at the epistemological Author: Jeremy Punt.