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The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies

Editor in Chief: Julia M. O'Brien

As the first major encyclopedia of its kind, The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies (OEBGS) is the go-to source for scholars and students undertaking original research in the field. Extending the work of nineteenth and twentieth century feminist scholarship and more recent queer studies, the Encyclopedia seeks to advance the scholarly conversation by systematically exploring the ways in which gender is constructed in the diverse texts, cultures, and readers that constitute "the world of the Bible." With contributions from leading scholars in gender and biblical studies as well as contemporary gender theorists, classicists, archaeologists, and ancient historians, this comprehensive reference work reflects the diverse and interdisciplinary nature of the field and traces both historical and modern conceptions of gender and sexuality in the Bible.

Each entry includes bibliographic references and suggestions for further reading, as well as a topical outline and index to aid in research. The OEBGS builds upon the pioneering work of biblically focused gender theorists to help guide and encourage further gendered discussions of the Bible.

Published by Oxford University Press, 2014.


Table of Contents

Asian/Asian American Interpretation
Authors of Biblical Books
Canon/Canonicity/Canonization
Children
Creation
Deity
Disability Studies
Economics
Education
Family Structures
Feminism
Gay Liberation
Gender
Gender and Sexuality: Ancient Near East
Gender Transgression
Heteronormativity/Heterosexism
Historical-Critical Approaches
Homosexual/Queer
Imagery, Gendered
Intersectional Studies
Jesus
Legal Status
Linguistic Turn Approaches
Male-Female Sexuality
Marriage and Divorce
Masculinity and Femininity
Masculinity Studies
Mujerista Criticism
Patriarchy/Kyriarchy
Paul
Political Leadership
Popular Religion and Magic
Postcolonial Approaches
Queer Readings
Queer Theory
Race, Class, and Ethnicity
Reader-Oriented Criticism
Religious Leaders
Religious Participation
Rhetorical-Hermeneutical Criticism
Same-Sex Relations
Sexuality
Sexual Transgression
Sexual Violence
Social Interaction
Social-Scientific Approaches
Transgender/Third Gender/Transsexualism
Womanist Criticism

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