Prophets male and female gender and prophecy in the Hebrew Bible, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the ancient Near East /

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Other Authors: Stökl, Jonathan, 1977- (Editor), Carvalho, Corrine L. (Editor)
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, ©2013.
Series:Ancient Israel and its literature ; no. 15.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • "Her outdoors": an anthropological perspective on female prophets and prophecy / Lester L. Grabbe
  • Gender and prophetic agency in the Ancient Near East / Martti Nissinen
  • Gender "ambiguity" in Ancient Near Eastern prophecy? a reassessment of the data behind a popular theory / Jonathan Stökl
  • The misconstrued role of the assinnu in Ancient Near Eastern prophecy / Ilona Zsolnay
  • The role of the female seer/prophet in ancient Greece / Anselm C. Hagedorn
  • Sex and the single prophet: marital status and gender in Jeremiah and Ezekiel / Corrine Carvalho
  • Speaking in dreams: the figure of Miriam and prophecy / Hanna Tervanotko
  • Childless female diviners in the Bible and beyond / Esther J. Hamori
  • "Misogyny" in service of theocentricity: legitimate or not? / Dale Launderville
  • Spermatic spluttering pens: concerning the construction and breakdown of prophetic masculinity / Roland Boer.