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Women and The Society of Biblical Literature /

edited by Nicole L. Tilford.

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Names: Tilford, Nicole L.,
Published: Atlanta : SBL Press, 2019.
Series: Biblical scholarship in North America ; no. 29.
Topics: Women Biblical scholars. | Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - History. | Society of Biblical Literature.
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc. | History.
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245 00|aWomen and The Society of Biblical Literature /|cedited by Nicole L. Tilford.
264 1|aAtlanta :|bSBL Press,|c2019.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00|gForeword /|rNicole L. Tilford --|tCelebrating 125 years of women in the Society of Biblical Literature (1894-2019)/|rMarion Ann Taylor --|gPART 1. PRESIDENTIAL REFLECTIONS --|tDecentering and recentering Biblical scholarship /|rElisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza --|tSociety of Biblical Literature reminiscences /|rKatharine Doob Sakenfeld --|tBecoming a Biblical scholar : a misfit's search for models and mentors /|rCarol A. Newsom --|tAccidental Biblical scholar /|rCarol Meyers --|tHaving been, 2015 : some reflections /|rAthalya Brenner-Idan --|tThe gift of an unexpected journey /|rBeverly Roberts Gaventa --|tNegotiation shifts in life's paradigms /|rGale A. Yee --|gPART 2. REFLECTIONS BY DISCIPLINES --|tArchaeology/history /|rBeth Alpert Nakhai --|tScholarship of promise /|rTammi J. Schneider --|tCommunity and solidarity : the place of women in Hebrew Bible and ancient Judaism /|rHindy Najman --|tA room in the Society of Biblical Literature /|rJo-Ann A. Brant --|gPART 3. REFLECTIONS BY COMMUNITIES --|tMy Society of Biblical Literature journey : service, scholarship, and staying connected to the call /|rGay L. Byron --|tExpectations, challenges, and opportunities : beyond being a South American woman at the Society of Biblical Literature /|rRoxana Flammini --|tLatina diversity and difference in Biblical Studies /|rJacqueline M. Hidalgo --|tThe promise of happiness in the Society of Biblical Literature /|rLynn R. Huber --|tA voice from the periphery : being a European feminist scholar in the Society of Biblical Literature /|rChristl M. Maier --|tA wooden spoon from the pot : she speaks /|rMadipoane Masenya (Ngwan'a Mphahlele) --|tA Jewish woman's Society of Biblical Literature experience /|rAdele Reinhartz --|tTraversing the Society of Biblical Literature while trans /|rMelissa Harl Sellew --|tAn Asian Asian woman running the society of Biblical Literature marathon /|rYak-hwee Tan --|gPART 4. PROFESSIONAL LIFE --|tAmid the alien corn : a woman's journey through academic publishing /|rBillie Jean Collins --|tMentoring women as women : an autobiographical reflection /|rApril D. DeConick --|tPublic scholarship : "If we are silent and wait until the morning light, we will be found guilty" (2 Kings 7:9) /|rAmy-Jill Levine --|tWorking in a religious context /|rVanessa Lovelace --|tWork-life balance : the burden of balance /|rTina Pippin --|gPART 5. LOOKING FORWARD --|tThe problem of privilege : the future of the Society of Biblical Literature /|rKelly J. Murphy --|tContingency and the future of women in the Society of Biblical Literature /|rSarah Shectman.
520 |a"In 1894, Anna Ely Rhoads became the first woman to join the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, an academic society devoted to the study of the Bible and its ancient context. Since Rhoads, the participation of women in the Society has increased dramatically. In this volume essays from more than thirty leading women biblical scholars from around the world reflect on the accomplishments and challenges that women have encountered in the Society of Biblical Literature over the last 125 years. The volume provides a window into the personal dimensions behind the academic study of the Bible in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries for scholars and students"--|cProvided by publisher.
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830 0|aBiblical scholarship in North America ;|vno. 29.

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