History and the Hebrew Bible: Culture, Narrative, and Memory

@inproceedings{Wilson2018HistoryAT,
  title={History and the Hebrew Bible: Culture, Narrative, and Memory},
  author={I. Wilson},
  year={2018}
}
  • I. Wilson
  • Published 2018
  • History
  • This essay offers an introduction to select disciplinary developments in the study of history and in historical study of the Hebrew Bible, focusing first and foremost on cultural history. It highlights key works on culture, narrative, and memory, in order to establish a contemporary historical approach to biblical studies. 
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