Hebrew Bible

Exegesis/Hermeneutics/Biblical Criticism Titles from Liberation, Postcolonial, Contextual and Majority World scholars.

Biblical Studies, Commentaries, Hermeneutics:

HEBREW BIBLE:

Bal, Mieke (Netherlands) [ed.]: Anti-Covenant: Counter-Reading Women’s Lives in the Hebrew Bible. 1989: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament (Supplement Series, 81: Bible and Literature Series, No. 22)

Pixley, Jorge V. (USA & Latin America): “A Latin American Perspective: The Option for the Poor in the Old Testament” in Voices from the Margin: Interpreting the Bible in the Third World, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 1991: Orbis

Gottwald, Norman K. (European-American): The Hebrew Bible in Its Social World and in Ours. 1993Semeia

Holter, Knut (Norway): Tropical Africa and the Old Testament. 1996: University of Oslo Press

Perdue, Leo G. (Native American, Chickasaw Nation, USA): Reconstructing Old Testament Theology: After the Collapse of History. 2005: Fortress Press (Series: Overtures to Biblical Theology)

Boer, Roland (European-Australian) [ed.]: Postcolonialism and the Hebrew Bible: The Next Step. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature (Series: Semeia Studies, No. 70)

PENTATEUCH/HEXATEUCH

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Exodus to Deuteronomy [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 2000: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

GENESIS

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Genesis [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1998: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Amos, Claire (U.K. & Lebanon): “Genesis” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Goldingay, John (U.K & USA): “Hosea 1-3, Genesis 1-4 and Masculist Interpretation”in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Simopoulos, Nicole M. (European American, USA): “Who Was Hagar? Mistress, Divorcee, Exile, or Exploited Worker: An Analysis of Contemporary Grassroots Readings of Genesis 16 by Caucasian, Latina, and Black South African Women” in Reading Other-wise: Socially Engaged Biblical Scholars Reading with their Local Communities, ed. Gerald O. West. 2007: Society of Biblical Literature 

Wafula, Robert J. (Kenya): ‘“I Am What You Are Not!” A Critical Postcolonial Reading of the Africa Bible Commentary’s Abraham–Lot Stories” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

McKinlay, Judith E. (New Zealand, Pakeha): “Sarah and Hagar: What Have I to Do with Them?” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Oduyoye, Modupe (Nigeria): The Sons of the Gods and the Daughters of Men: An Afro-Asiatic Interpretation of Genesis 1-11. 1987: Orbis Books

Rao, Naveen (India): “Decolonizing the Formulation of Scripture: A Postcolonial Reading of Genesis 12, 20, and 26” in Decolonizing the Body of Christ: Theology and Theory After Empire, eds. David Joy & Joseph F. Duggan. 2012: Palgrave Macmillan

EXODUS

Croatto, J. Severino (Argentina): Exodus: A Hermeneutics of Freedom. 1981: Orbis

Ekblad, Bob (European American, USA): “Journeying with Moses toward True Solidarity: Shifting Social and Narrative Locations of the Oppressed and Their Liberators in Exodus 2-3” in Reading Other-wise: Socially Engaged Biblical Scholars Reading with their Local Communities, ed. Gerald O. West. 2007: Society of Biblical Literature 

Fernandez, Eleazer S. (Filipino American, USA): “Exodus-toward-Egypt: Filipino-Americans’ Struggle to Realize the Promised Land in America” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Perkins, Anna Kasafi (Jamaica): “Resisting Definitive Interpretation: Seeing the Story of the Exodus Through Caribbean(ite) Eyes” in Caribbean Quarterly, Vol. 51, No. 2 (June 2005), pp. 53-66 

Pixley, Jorge (Nicaragua): “Exodus” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

LEVITICUS

Cooper, Alan, & Scholz, Susanne (Jewish-Christian Dialogue, USA-Germany): “Leviticus” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

NUMBERS

Havea, Jione (Pacific Islands & Australia): Elusions of Control: Biblical Law on the Words of Women. 2003: Society of Biblical Literature 

Havea, Jione (Pacific Islands & Australia): “Numbers” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

McKinley, Judith (Aetoreoa/New Zealand, Pakeha): “Playing an Aotearoa Counterpoint: The Daughters of Zelophehad and Edward Gibbon Wakefield” in Postcolonialism and the Hebrew Bible: The Next Step, ed. Roland Boer. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature

DEUTERONOMY

Steinberg, Naomi (European American, USA): “The Deuteronomic Law Code and the Politics of State Centralization” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Bachmann, Mercedes García (Argentina): “Deuteronomy” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

JOSHUA

Dube, Musa W. (Nigeria): “Rahab Says Hello to Judith: A Decolonizing Feminist Reading” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Darden, Lynne St. Claire (African American, USA): “Hanging Out with Rahab: An Examination of Musa Dube’s Hermeneutical Approach with a Postcolonial Touch” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Mbuwayesango, Dora (Zimbabwe): “Joshua” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Warrior, Robert Allan (Native American, Osage Nation, USA): “Canaanites, cowboys, and Indians: Deliverance, conquest, and liberation theology today” in Christianity and Crisis, Vol. 49, No. 12 (Sep 11, 1989) 

De Troyer, Kristin (Belgium): ‘“And They Did So”: Following Orders Given by Old Joshua” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Miles, Johnny (European American, USA): “The “Enemy Within”: Refracting Colonizing Rhetoric in Narratives of Gibeonite and Japanese Identity” in Postcolonialism and the Hebrew Bible: The Next Step, ed. Roland Boer. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature

JUDGES

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Judges [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1999: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Cheng, Patrick S. (Asian American, USA): “Multiplicity and Judges 19: Constructing a Queer Asian Pacific American Biblical Hermeneutic” in Semeia, 90/91 (2002) 

Davidson, Steed Vernyl (African American, USA): “Gazing (at) Native Women: Rahab and Jael in Imperializing and Postcolonial Discourses” in Postcolonialism and the Hebrew Bible: The Next Step, ed. Roland Boer. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature

Kim, Uriah Y. (Korean American, USA): “Is there an “Anticonquest” ideology in the Book of Judges in Postcolonialism and the Hebrew Bible: The Next Step, ed. Roland Boer. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature

Kwasi, Fidèle Ugira (Democratic Republic of Congo): “Judges” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Machado, Daisy L. (Cuban American, USA): “The Unnamed Woman: Justice, Feminists, and the Undocumented Woman” in A Reader in Latina Feminist Theology: Religion and Justice, eds. María Pilar Aquino, Daisy L. Machado, Jeanette Rodríguez. 2002. University of Texas Press

HISTORICAL BOOKS

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Samuel and Kings [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 2000: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Ruth and Esther [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1999: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

RUTH

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Ruth [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1993: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Donaldson, Laura E. (USA): “The Sign of Orpah: Reading Ruth through Native Eyes” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Masenya, Madipoane (South Africa): “Ruth” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Raheb, Viola (Palestine & Austria): “Women in Contemporary Palestinian Society: A Contextual Reading of the Book of Ruth” in Feminist Interpretation of the Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation, eds. Silvia Schroer and Sophia Bietenhard. 2003: Sheffield Academic Press 

Fuchs, Esther (Israel & USA): “The History of Women in Ancient Israel: Theory, Method, and the Book of Ruth” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Havea, Jione (Tonga/Australia) & Lau, Peter H.W. (Australia/Malaysia) [eds.]: Reading Ruth in Asia. 2015: Society of Biblical Literature (Series: International Voices in Biblical Studies, No. 7)

  • Lau, Peter H.W. (Australia/Malaysia): “Another Postcolonial Reading of the Book of Ruth”
  • Sing-lung Tong (Hong Kong, China/England): “The Key to Successful Migration? Rereading Ruth’s Confession (1:16-17) through the Lens of Bhabha’s Mimicry”
  • Yan Lin (Hong Kong, China): ‘”Who Is More to You than Seven Sons”: A Cross-Textual Reading between the Book of Ruth and A Pair of Peacocks to the Southeast Fly
  • Roi Nu (Myanmar): “A Reinterpretation of Levirate Marriage in Ruth 4:1-12 for Kachin”
  • Goh, Elaine W.F. (Chinese Malaysian): “An Intertextual Reading of Ruth and Proverbs 31:10-31, with a Chinese Women’s Perspective”
  • Nelavala, Surekha (India/USA): “Patriarchy, a Threat to Human Bonding: Reading the Story of Ruth in the Light of Marriage and Family Structures in India”
  • Rees, Anthony (European Australian): “The Boaz Solution: Reading Ruth in Light of Australian Asylum Seeker Discourse”
  • Havea, Jione (Tonga/Australia): “Stirring Naomi: Another Gleaning at the Edges of Ruth 1”

1 & 2 SAMUEL

West, Gerald (South Africa): “1 & 2 Samuel” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

1 & 2 KINGS

Kyung Sook Lee (Korea): “1 & 2 Kings” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

1 Kings

Farisani, Elelwani B. (South Africa): “Ideology, History, and Translation Theories: A Critical Analysis of the Tshivenda Bible Translation of 1 Kings 21:1–16” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

2 Kings

Kim, Uriah Y. (Korean American, USA): Decolonizing Josiah: Toward a Postcolonial Reading of the Deuteronomistic History. 2005: Sheffield Phoenix Press

Latvus, Kari (Finland): “Decolonizing Yahweh: A Postcolonial Reading of 2 Kings 24-25” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

1 & 2 CHRONICLES

Fook Kong Wong (Hong Kong, China): “1 & 2 Chronicles” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

EZRA – NEHEMIAH

Fewell, Danna Nolan (European American): “Ezra-Nehemiah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Boer, Roland (Australia): “No Road: On the Absence of Feminist Criticism of Ezra-Nehemiah” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Anderson, Cheryl B. (African American, USA): “Reflection on the Interethnic/racial Era on Interethnic/racial marriage in Ezra” in They Were All Together In One Place? Toward Minority Biblical Criticism, eds. Randall C. Bailey, Tat-siong Benny Liew and Fernando F. Segovia. 2009. Society of Biblical Literature

Farisani, B. Elelwani (South Africa): “The Ideologically Biased Use of Ezra–Nehemiah in a Quest for an African Theology of Reconstruction” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Snyman, Gerrie (South Africa): “Collective Memory and Coloniality of Being, and Power as a Hermeneutical Framework: A Partialized Reading of Ezra–Nehemiah” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Wafawanaka, Robert (Zimbabwe & USA): “In Quest of Survival: Th e Implications of the Reconstruction Th eology of Ezra–Nehemiah” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Boer, Roland (Australia): “Thus I Cleansed Them from Everything Foreign: The Search for Subjectivity in Ezra–Nehemiah” in Postcolonialism and the Hebrew Bible: The Next Step, ed. Roland Boer. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature

 

ESTHER

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1995: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Wong Wai Ching Angela (Hong Kong, China): “Esther” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Masenya, Madipoane [ngwana’ Mphahlele] (South Africa): “Their Hermeneutics Was Strange! Ours Is a Necessity! Rereading Vashti as African-South African Women” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Mosala, Itumeleng J. (South Africa): “The Implication of the Text of Esther for African Women’s Struggle for Liberation in South Africa” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Randall C. Bailey (African American, USA): “That’s Why They Didn’t Call the Book Hadassah! The Interse(ct)/(x)ionality of Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality in the Book of Esther” in They Were All Together In One Place? Toward Minority Biblical Criticism, eds. Randall C. Bailey, Tat-siong Benny Liew and Fernando F. Segovia. 2009. Society of Biblical Literature

WISDOM LITERATURE

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Wisdom Literature [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1993: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Wisdom and Psalms [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1998: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

JOB

Ntreh, Benjamin Abotchie (Ghana): “Job” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Masenya, Madipoane [ngwan’a Mphahlele] (South Africa): “Her Appropriation of Job’s Lament? Her-Lament of Job 3, from an African StoryTelling Perspective” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

PSALMS

Sheppard, Gerald T. (European Canadian): “”Enemies” and the Politics of Prayer in the Book of Psalms” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Adamo, David Tuesday (Nigeria): “Psalms” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Adamo, David Tuesday (Nigeria): “Decolonizing the Psalter in Africa” in Black Theology: An International Journal. Vol. 5. No. 1. 2007

Black, Fiona C. (Caribbean-Canadian): “’Reading the Bible in “Our Home and Native Land’: Exploring Some Margins and Migrations in Canadian Biblical Studies (through the Lens of Psalm 137)” in The Future of the Biblical Past: Envisioning Biblical Studies on a Global Key, eds. Roland Boer & Fernando F. Segovia. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature 

PROVERBS

Bergant, Diane (European American, USA): Israel’s Wisdom Literature: A Liberation-Critical Reading. 2000: Fortress Press

Brenner, Athalya (Netherlands & Israel): “Proverbs” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

ECCLESIASTES

Prior, John (Indonesia): “Ecclesiastes” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Tamez, Elsa (Mexican American, USA): When the Horizons Close: Rereading Ecclesiastes. 2006: Wipf and Stock

SONG OF SONGS

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Song of Songs [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1993: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Melanchton, Monica Jyostna (India): “Song of Songs” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

PROPHETIC BOOKS:

Chaney, Marvin L. (European American, USA): “Bitter Bounty: The Dynamics of Political Economy Critiqued by the Eight-Century Prophets” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets
ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Prophets and Daniel [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 2002: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

ISAIAH

Croatto, José Severino (Argentina): “Fourth Isaiah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Isaiah 1-39

Zinkuratire, Victor (Kenya): “Isaiah 1-39” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Isaiah 40-55

Gottwald, Norman K. (German American, USA) “Social Class and Ideology in Isaiah 40-55: An Eagletonian Reading” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Croatto, José Severino (Argentina): “Isaiah 40-55” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Isaiah 56-66

Croatto, José Severino (Argentina): “Isaiah 56-66” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

JEREMIAH

Mottu, Henry (France): “Jeremiah vs. Hananiah: Ideology and Truth in Old Testament Prophecy” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Brenner, Athalya (Israel): “On Prophetic Propaganda and the Politics of ‘Love’: The Case of Jeremiah” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Brueggemann, Walter (European American, USA): The Theology of the Book of Jeremiah, 2007: Cambridge University Press 

Brueggemann, Walter (European American), USA): “The “Uncared for” Now Cared for (Jer 30:12-17): A Methodological Consideration” in Journal of Biblical Literature, Vol. 104, No. 3 (Sep., 1985), pp. 419-428 

Weems, Renita J. (African-American): “Jeremiah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

LAMENTATIONS

Archie Chi Chung Lee (Hong Kong, China): “Lamentations” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Archie Chi Chung Lee (Hong Kong, China): “Mothers Bewailing: Reading Lamentations” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Mandolfo, Carleen R. (European American, USA): Daughter Zion Talks Back to the Prophets: A Dialogic Theology of the Book of Lamentations. 2007: Society of Biblical Literature (Series: Semeia Studies)

EZEKIEL

Dijk-Hemmes, Fokkelien van (Netherlands): “The Metaphorization of Woman in Prophetic Speech: An Analysis of Ezekiel 23” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Ezekiel 1-39

Almada, Samuel E. (Argentina): “Ezekiel 1-39” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Ezekiel 40-48

Gallazzi, Sandro (Brazil): “Ezekiel 40-48” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

DANIEL

Chia, Philip (Hong Kong, China): “On Naming the Subject: Postcolonial Reading of Daniel 1” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Prophets and Daniel [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 2002: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

LaCocque, André (USA & Belgium): “Daniel” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

HOSEA

Fontaine, Carole R. (USA): “Hosea” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Goldingay, John (U.K & USA): “Hosea 1-3, Genesis 1-4 and Masculist Interpretation”in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Graetz, Naomi (Israel): “God is to Israel as Husband is to Wife: The Metaphoric Battering of Hosea’s Wife” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Keefe, Alice A. (USA): “The Female Body, the Body Politic and the Land: A Sociopolitical Reading of Hosea 1-2” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Landy, Francis (Jewish Canadian): “Fantasy and Displacement of Pleasure: Hosea 2.4-17” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Odell, Margaret S. (European American, USA): “I Will Destroy Your Mother: The Obliteration of A Cultic Role in Hosea 4.4-6” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Sampaio, Tânia Mara Vieira (Brazil): “Hosea” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Sherwood, Yvonne (U.K.): “Boxing Gomer: Controlling the Deviant Woman in Hosea 1-3” in A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, ed. Athalya Brenner. 1995: Sheffield Press 

Perdue, Leo G. (Native American, Chickasaw Nation, USA): “Hosea and Empire” in Postcolonialism and the Hebrew Bible: The Next Step, ed. Roland Boer. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature

JOEL

Andiñach, Pablo (Argentina): “Joel” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

AMOS

Lai Ling Elizabeth Ngan (Asian-American): “Amos” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Marlow, Hilary (U.K.): “The Other Prophet! The Voice of Earth in the Book of Amos” in Exploring Ecological Hermeneutics, eds. Norman C. Habel & Peter Trudinger. 2008: Society of Biblical Literature 

OBADIAH

Torreblanca, Jorge (Argentina): “Obadiah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

JONAH

Chen Nan Jou (Taiwan): “Jonah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

MICAH

Alfaro, Juan I. (Mexican American, USA): Micah: Justice and Loyalty (International Theological Commentary), 1989: Eerdmans

Mosala, Itumeleng J. (South Africa): “A Materialist Reading of Micah” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Huang Po Ho (Taiwan): “Micah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

NAHUM

da Silva, Valmor (Brazil): “Nahum” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

HABAKKUK

Hambaza, Innocent (Rwanda): “Habakkuk” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

ZEPHANIAH

Nakanose, Shigeyuke & Doren, Fernando & de Paula Pedro, Enilda (Brazil): “Zephaniah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

HAGGAI

Kalluveettil, Paul (India): “Haggai” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

ZECHARIAH

Swarup, Paul (India): “Zechariah” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

MALACHI

Mendoza, Claudia (Argentina): “Malachi” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

APOCRYPHA

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 1995: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Brenner, Athalya [ed.] (Netherlands / Israel): A Feminist Companion to Tobit and Judith [Series: Feminist Companion to the Bible]. 2015: Sheffield Academic Press [Amazon]

Dube, Musa W. (Nigeria): “Jumping in the Fire with Judith: Postcolonial Feminist Hermeneutics of Liberation” in Feminist Interpretation of the Bible and the Hermeneutics of Liberation, eds. Silvia Schroer and Sophia Bietenhard. 2003: Sheffield Academic Press 

Dube, Musa W. (Nigeria): “Rahab Says Hello to Judith: A Decolonizing Feminist Reading” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Rivera, Mayra (Puerto Rico, USA): “God at the Crossroads: A Postcolonial Reading of Sophia”in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

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