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Mikhail Bakhtin and Biblical Scholarship: An Introduction

Barbara Green
Format
Book
Published
Atlanta, Ga. : Society of Biblical Literature, c2000.
Language
English
Series
The Society of Biblical Literature Semeia Studies
Semeia Studies
ISBN
0884140202 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Contents
  • 1. Who is Bakhtin?
  • Birth and Schooling (1895-1918) 12
  • Young Adulthood to Exile (1918-1930) 12
  • Exile to Discovery (1930-mid-1960s) 19
  • Discovery to Death (mid-1960s-1975) 22
  • Bakhtin, Postmodernism, and the Bible 23
  • 2. What Does Bakhtin Offer?
  • Introductory Contexts 27
  • Four questions for biblical scholars 27
  • Four worldviews shaping Bakhtin 28
  • An Architectonics of Bakhtin's Thought 32
  • How authoring works 33
  • Implications of authoring for ethics and aesthetics 43
  • How to Push Bakhtin 57
  • 3. Saul Struggling to Stay: a Bakhtinian Reading of 1 Samuel 17:55-20:42
  • Part 1 Saul's Active Authoring: 17:55-18:30 77
  • Part 2 Saul Begins to Lose Initiative: 19:1-24 108
  • Part 3 Saul Is Authored by David and Jonathan: 20:1-42 117
  • 4. How do Other Scholars use Bakhtin?
  • / Kenneth M. Craig Jr. 135
  • Craig on Jonab 136
  • Craig on Esther 144
  • / Carol A. Newsom 148
  • Newsom on theory 148
  • Newsom on Isaiah and Lamentations 150
  • / Ilana Pardes 151
  • Pardes on selected biblical texts 152
  • Pardes on Exodus 156
  • / Robert M. Polzin 160
  • Polzin on Deuteronomy, Joshua, and Judges 161
  • Polzin on 2 Samuel 172
  • Where Can We Go with Bakhtin? 185.
Description
205 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [193]-205).
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