In January 2011 a conference organized by Mathilde van Dijk und Anne-Claire Mulder was held at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies at the Rijksuniversiteit in Groningen (the Netherlands) on „Gender Studies in Theology and Religion: a Success Story!?“. The following four contributions about Biblical Studies are papers that were read at this conference.


Athalya Brennerdownload

Quo Vadis Domina?
Reflections on What We Have Become and Want to Be


Dorothea Erbele-Küsterdownload

Tell me more about gender trouble in Old Testament Studies!


Ingeborg Löwischdownload

Where Energy Sparkles in Hebrew Bible Studies Today:
A Response to Athalya Brenner and Dorothea Erbele-Küster


Caroline Vander Sticheledownload

Is Doña Quixote Fighting Windmills?
Gendering New Testament Studies in the Netherlands

Jean K. Mooredownload

Matthew's Decolonial Desire (Matthew 12:42; 27:19).
A Postcolonial Feminist Reading of the Two Royal Women

Luzia Sutter Rehmanndownload
Olivenöl als Zündstoff: Die vier Salbungsgeschichten der Evangelien im Kontext des Judentums des Zweiten Tempels

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