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Intersections between Iconographic and Gendered Approaches to Biblical Interpretation


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This paper explores the intersections between two approaches to biblical interpretation: iconographic and gendered approaches. Focusing on the ways that visual images from the ancient Near East have been incorporated in studying gender in the Hebrew Bible, I identify four intersections. These examples demonstrate that participating in an iconographic turn is an important way that gender studies in the Hebrew Bible can develop. I also seek to show that the interactions can be mutually fruitful. In other words, including gender as an area of inquiry is a way that the iconographic turn itself can develop in biblical studies.


Affiliations: 1: Emory University, USA
 Brian.dipalma@emory.edu


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2017-06-21
2017-12-14

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