Feminist receptions of Biblical women, consulting editor, Lesleigh Cushin Stahlberg [book review]

Julie-Anne Kelso

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Extract: This issue of Nashim, under the consulting editorship of Lesleigh Cushin Stahlberg, addresses the branch of feminist biblical studies that concerns reception history. The issue includes an Introduction from Stahlberg; five principal essays; an essay on Hannah Semer, the "first lady of Israeli journalism"; an additional short essay by Judith Margolis about the very beautiful, biblically inspired work of American feminist visual artist Carol Hamoy; and eight book reviews. In this review, given the usual constraints of space and time, I am only going to focus on the Introduction and five main essays.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)109
Number of pages118
JournalRelegere: studies in religion and reception
Volume4
Issue number1
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Publication statusPublished - 2014

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