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Title Celebrate her for the fruit of her hands : essays in honor of Carol L. Meyers / edited by Susan Ackerman, Charles E. Carter, and Beth Alpert Nakhai ; with Karla G. Bohmbach and Franzvolker Greifenhagen.
Imprint Winona Lake, Indiana : Eisenbrauns, 2014.

Subject Meyers, Carol L.
Bible -- Feminist criticism.
Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Women in the Bible.
Bible and feminism.
Alt Name Meyers, Carol L.,
Ackerman, Susan,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Note Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Contents Contents -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- A Select Bibliography of the Works of Carol L. Meyers -- Introduction: A Teacher and Scholarâ€?s Appreciation -- Charles E. Carter -- Introduction: A Colleagueâ€?s Appreciation -- Susan Ackerman -- Hannahâ€?s Tears -- Susan Ackerman -- Women, Law, and Legal Procedure in Ancient Israel -- James P. Ashmore -- Nationalist Narratives and Biblical Memory -- Cynthia M. Baker -- When It Both Is and Is Not Rape: Gender Constructions in 2â€̄Samuel 13:1â€?22 -- Karla G. Bohmbach
Speaking as “Any Foolish Woman�: Ms. Job in the History of ReceptionRhonda Burnette-Bletsch -- Numbers 5:11�31 -- Women in Second Temple Judah and the Law of the Controlling Priest -- Claudia V. Camp -- “There Is Much Wisdom in Her�: The Matriarchs in the Qumran Library -- Sidnie White Crawford -- Poor but Wise (Qoheleth 9:13�16) -- James L. Crenshaw -- Reading the Bible as Agrarian Literature -- Ellen Davis -- Israelite Women as “Ritual Experts�: Orthodoxy or Orthopraxis? -- William G. Dever
Structure and Origin of the Early Israelite and Iroquois ConfederaciesNorman K. Gottwald -- The Place of Biblical Studies in the University Curriculum -- Beyond the Religious/Secular Divide -- Sandie Gravett -- Bargaining with Patriarchy in the Book of Ruth -- F. V. Greifenhagen -- Gendered Sectarians: Envisioning Women (and Men) at Qumran -- Maxine L. Grossman -- Translating Women -- The Perils of Gender-Inclusive Translation of the New Testament -- Ross S. Kraemer and Jennifer Eyl -- Ethnicity, Culture, and Religion in Artifact and Text
The Emergence of Complex Common JudaismEric M. Meyers -- Plaque Figurines and the Relationship between Canaanite and Egyptian Women in the Late Bronze II -- Beth Alpert Nakhai -- The Story of David and Goliath from the Perspective of the Study of Oral Traditions -- Raymond F. Person Jr. -- I Sing the Body Politic: Stillborn Desire and the Birth of Israel in Judges 5 -- Anathea Portier-Young
ISBN 9781575067117 (pdf)
1575067110 (pdf)
9781575063218 (hardback ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 894492023
Additional Format Print version: Celebrate her for the fruit of her hands. Winona Lake, Indiana : Eisenbrauns, 2014 9781575063218 (DLC) 2014042861.

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