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On the Cutting Edge: The Study of Women in the Biblical World

Essays in Honor of Elisabeth SchA1/4ssler Fiorenza

On the Cutting Edge: The Study of Women in the Biblical World

Essays in Honor of Elisabeth SchA1/4ssler Fiorenza

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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9780826415820
Number of Pages: 264
Published: 01/03/2003
These essay in honour of Professor Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza draw on international feminist scholarship indebted to her ground-breaking achievements in the areas of biblical studies, feminist thought and social justice. The contributors represent a wide variety of backgrounds, commitments, methodologies, talents and interests. They are united here by their appreciation for her as a scholar, teacher, mentor, colleague and friend. The spectrum is full of vitality, with important convergences and intersections. It exemplifies what Schussler Fiorenza has called "critical collaboration": women thinking together and creating together. This Festschrift is unique in that it celebrates the work of all women in the field.

Dr. Jane Schaberg, Alice Bach, Esther Fuchs

Jane Schaberg is Professor of Religious Studies and Women's Studies at the University of Detroit Mercy. She is the author of The Illegitimacy of Jesus, and an editor of On the Cutting Edge: The Study of Women in the Biblical World. As an acknowledged expert on Mary Magdalene, she has appeared in the Washington Times, on CNN and in Newsweek. Jane Schaberg is also a contributor to Secrets of Mary Magdalene Edited by Dan Burstein and Arne J. de Keijzer, with an introduction by Elaine H. Pagels. Esther Fuchs is Professor, Program of Judaic Studies and Department of Near East Studies, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

"Stronger than many an edited volume, the book is unified by Elisabeth's underlying presence. It is also remarkably consistent in the quality of its contributions despite the diversity of its content and its contributors, their social locations, motivations, and precise expertise. In my opinion, the book is well worth a read and would be a valuable contribution to a Women's Studies or a Women and Religion seminar." -Alice L. Laffey, Horizons, Vol. 34, No. 2, Fall 2007 --Sanford Lakoff

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