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The High Middle Ages
edited by Kari Elisabeth Børresen and Adriana Valerio
SBL Press, 2015
Cloth: 978-0-88414-054-2 | eISBN: 978-0-88414-051-1 | Paper: 978-0-88414-049-8
Library of Congress Classification BS521.4.H54 2015
Dewey Decimal Classification 220.0820902

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

An international collection of ecumenical, gender-sensitive interpretations


The latest volume in the Bible and Women series examines the relationship between women and the Bible's reception in the centuries of the High and Late Middle Ages in Europe. Contributors bring a variety of new insights to questions of how women of the Bible were treated in literary, mystical, and doctrinal texts as well as in art and music. Though the Bible was used to legitimize the subordination of women to men and to exclude them from power, during this period women produced works of theology and biblical interpretation. Contributors include Gemma Avenoza, Marina Benedetti, Dinora Corsi, Maria Laura Giordano, Elisabeth Gössmann, Maria Leticia Sánchez Hernández, Hildegund Keul, Linda Maria Koldau, Martina Kreidler-Kos, Rita Librandi, Gary Macy, Constant J. Mews, Magda Motté, Rosa María Parrinello, María Isabel Toro Pascua, Claudia Poggi, Carmel Posa, Marina Santini, Valeria Ferrari Schiefer, Andrea Taschl-Erber, Adriana Valerio, and Paola Vitolo.


Features



  • Essays on the treatment of women in commentaries and didactic moral literature written by men

  • Close study of women as scholars and interpreters of the Bible from the twelfth through the fifteen centuries

  • Twenty-one essays from twenty-three scholars from around the world


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