Cultural Memory in Biblical Exegesis

Trine Hasselbalch (Redaktør) ; Izaak Hulster (Bidragsyter) ; Dolores Kamrada (Bidragsyter) ; Rudiger Schmitt (Bidragsyter) ; Terje Stordalen (Bidragsyter)

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Cultural memory is the shared reproduction and recollection of what has been learned and retained, normally treated as "the cultural heritage". The purpose of this book, the first product of the research program Cultural Memory in Biblical Exegesis, is to study how memory is inscribed and embodied in biblical culture and its surrounding area. Les mer
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Cultural memory is the shared reproduction and recollection of what has been learned and retained, normally treated as "the cultural heritage". The purpose of this book, the first product of the research program Cultural Memory in Biblical Exegesis, is to study how memory is inscribed and embodied in biblical culture and its surrounding area. The essays in this volume seek to open new investigations into cultural memory in biblical and cognate studies, and to include a plethora of methods and perspectives such as the relationship between cultural memory approach and post-colonialism, globalism and epistemology.

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