Gendered Historiography: Theoretical Considerations and Case Studies

Edited by Shawna Dolansky and Sarah Shectman

  • Shawna Dolansky Carleton University
  • Sarah Shectman San Francisco, CA
  • Susan Ackerman Dartmouth College
  • Alison L. Joseph Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization
  • Mark Leuchter Temple University
  • Megan Warner Exeter University

Abstract

The essays in this collection each expand the possibilities of biblical historical-critical scholarship with a focus on textual representations of gendered systems and their implications for understanding the social, political, cultural, and religious contexts in which they were composed. In doing so, they demonstrate the ways in which a gendered historiography can cultivate a more nuanced understanding of power hierarchies in the social reality of ancient Israel.

Published
2019-12-07
How to Cite
DolanskyS., ShectmanS., AckermanS., JosephA. L., LeuchterM., & WarnerM. (2019). Gendered Historiography: Theoretical Considerations and Case Studies: Edited by Shawna Dolansky and Sarah Shectman. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures: ARCHIVES, 19. Retrieved from https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/jhs/index.php/jhs/article/view/29396
Section
Articles