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Slips of the Tongue, Slips of the Word: A Poststructuralist Psychoanalytic Reading of John 8:37-47
John 8:37-47 is arguably the most dangerous passage for Jews within the entire New Testament. Repeatedly used to fuel anti-Semitism, it remains haunted by the events of the Holocaust. Its statementsExpand
Letting judges breathe: Queer survivance in the book of Judges and Gad Beck’s An Underground Life: Memoirs of a Gay Jew in Nazi Berlin 1
Scholars typically describe the book of Judges as encompassing a cyclical transgress–suffer–prosper–transgress–again trope. Although Israelite peace and autonomy are maintained at various momentsExpand
Paleoenvironmental settings and assemblage changes of foraminifera and palynomorphs across the eocene-oligocene boundary of Southern Tanzania
A quantitative micropaleontological analysis was performed on outcrop and core samples across a shallow borehole drilled in the southern coastal basin of Tanzania with the aim of characterizingExpand
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A quantitative micropaleontological analysis was performed on outcrop and core samples across a shallow borehole drilled in the southern coastal basin of Tanzania with the aim of characterizingExpand
Humor, Resistance, and Jewish Cultural Persistence in the Book of Revelation: Roasting Rome
Empire-critical and postcolonial readings of Revelation are now commonplace, but scholars have not yet put these views into conversation with Jewish trauma and cultural survival strategies. In thisExpand
Trauma and Counter-Trauma in the Book of Esther: Reading the Megillah in the Face of the Post-Shoah Sabra
Sociologist Kai Erikson defines collective trauma as a "blow" to one’s collective identity and "social life." He writes, “It is a form of shock...a gradual realization that the community no longerExpand
On the eighth day, God laughed: “Jewing” humour and self-deprecation in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and the Gospel of Mark
ABSTRACT When situating the Gospel of Mark within a Jewish context, incongruities concerning both Jesus’s character and the collective character of Jesus’s disciples become apparent. The MarkanExpand
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