Contents Contributors Abbreviations 1. Introduction Else K. Holt, Aarhus University, Denmark and Carolyn J. Sharp, Yale Divinity School, USA 2. Duhm and Skinner's Invention of Jeremiah, Joe Henderson, Biola University, USA 3. Seduced by Method: History and Jeremiah 20 Mary Chilton Callaway, Fordham University, USA 4. Sunk in the Mud: Literary Correlation and Collaboration between King and Prophet in the Book of Jeremiah Barbara Green, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, USA 5. Bare Naked: A Gender Analysis of the Naked Body in Jeremiah 13 Amy Kalmanofsky, The Jewish Theological Seminary New York, USA 6. Figuration in Jeremiah's Confessions: With Questions for Isaiah's Servant Kathleen M. O'Connor, Columbia Theological Seminary, USA 7. Deathscape and Lament in Jeremiah and Lamentations Mary E.Mills, Liverpool Hope University, USA 8. First-Person Figurations of Servant and Suffering in Isaiah and Jeremiah: A Response to Mary Mills and Kathleen O'Connor A. R. Pete Diamond (1950-2011) and Louis Stulman, University of Findlay, USA 9. Art and Atrocity, and the Book of Jeremiah Louis Stulman, University of Findlay, USA 10. Prophetic Sign Acts as Performances Johanna Erzberger, Institut Catholique de Paris, France 11. Jeremiah the Lamenter: A Synoptic Reading Else K. Holt, Aarhus University, Denmark 12. Indexes
This volume examines the construction of Jeremiah in the prophetic book and its afterlife up until the 20th Century.
Else K. Holt is Associate Professor of Old Testament Studies in the Department of Culture and Society at Aarhus University, Denmark. She has published several articles on the theology of Jeremiah and its reception in both English and Danish. She is the co-editor with Paul Kim and Andrew Mein of the upcoming Concerning the Nations (November 2014). Carolyn J. Sharp is Professor of Hebrew Scriptures at Yale Divinity School, USA. Among her books are Prophecy and Ideology in Jeremiah (2003) and Irony and Meaning in the Hebrew Bible (2009). She is co-editor with Christl M. Maier of Prophecy and Power: Jeremiah in Feminist and Postcolonial Perspective (2013).
This collection of essays on dream and vision reports is a welcome addition to the relatively scarce scholarship focusing on the topic ... I am confident that the reader will find his/her own favourites in this valuable volume. * Journal of Theological Studies *