Mapping gender in ancient religious discourses /

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Other Authors / Creators:Penner, Todd C.
Vander Stichele, Caroline.
Format: Book
Imprint: Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, [2010]
Series:Biblical interpretation series ; v. 84.
Table of Contents:
  • Mapping as metamorphosis : initial reflections on gender and ancient religious discourses / Virginia Burrus
  • Still before sexuality : Greek androgyny, the Roman imperial politics of masculinity and the Roman invention of the Tribas / Diana M. Swancutt
  • Gender and geopolitics in the work of Philo of Alexandria : Jewish piety and imperial family values / Mary Rose D'Angelo
  • The rhetoric of magic in early Christian discourse : gender, power and the construction of heresy / Kimberly B. Stratton
  • Before your very eyes : Roman imperial ideology, gender constructs and Paul's inter-nationalism / Davina C. Lopez
  • Vice lists and deviant masculinity : the rhetorical function of 1 Corinthians 5:10-11 and 6:9-10 / Fredrik Ivarsson
  • Novel men : masculinity and empire in Mark's Gospel and Xenophon's An Ephesian tale / Eric Thurman
  • Script(ur)ing gender in Acts : the past and present power of Imperium / Todd Penner and Caroline Vander Stichele
  • From bedroom to courtroom : the adultery type-scene and the Acts of Andrew / Saundra Schwartz
  • The rhetoric of the maternal body in the Passion of Perpetua / Judith Perkins
  • Wearing it well : gender at work in the shadow of empire / Chris Frilingos
  • He shall not look at a woman : gender in the Hekhalot literature / Rebecca Lesses
  • Bodies in motion : preliminary notes on queer theory and Rabbinic literature / Gwynn Kessler
  • Clement's bound body / Michel Desjardins
  • Enslaved to demons : sex, violence and the apoloties of Justin Martyr / Jennifer Knust
  • The seduction of weak men : Tertullian's rhetorical construction of gender and ancient Christian heresy / Brad Windon
  • Men of learning : the cult of Paideia in Lucian's Alexander / Erik Gunderson.