• Medieval Exegesis and Religious Difference

    halvklotband, 2015, Engelska, ISBN 9780823264629

    Jews, Christians, and Muslims all have a common belief in the sanctity of a core holy scripture, and commentary on scripture (exegesis) was at the heart of all three traditions in

  • Revelation 1-3 in Christian Arabic Commentary

    halvklotband, 2019, Engelska, ISBN 9780823281848

    The first publication in a new series—Christian Arabic Texts in Translation, edited by Stephen Davis—this book presents English-language excerpts from thirteenth-century

  • Shibboleth


    halvklotband, 2020, Engelska, ISBN 9780823289066

    Working from the Bible to contemporary art, Shibboleth surveys the linguistic performances behind the politics of border crossings and the policing of identities. In the Book of

  • Isaac On Jewish and Christian Altars


    halvklotband, 2012, Engelska, ISBN 9780823243495

    Devorah Schoenfeld’s new work offers an in-depth examination of two of the most influential Christian and Jewish Bible commentaries of the High Middle Ages. The Glossa Ordinaria

  • Members of His Body


    halvklotband, 2017, Engelska, ISBN 9780823275502

    Building on scholarship regarding both biblical and early modern sexualities, Members of His Body protests the Christian defense of marital monogamy. According to the Paul who

  • The Babylon Complex


    halvklotband, 2014, Engelska, ISBN 9780823257331

    Babylon is a surprisingly multivalent symbol in U.S. culture and politics. Political citations of Babylon range widely, from torture at Abu Ghraib to depictions of Hollywood

  • Pauline Ugliness

    halvklotband, 2020, Engelska, ISBN 9780823286553

    In recent decades Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, and Slavoj Žižek have shown the centrality of Paul to western political and philosophical thought and made the Apostle a central

  • Sodomscapes


    halvklotband, 2017, Engelska, ISBN 9780823275205

    Sodomscapes presents a fresh approach to the story of Lot’s wife, as it’s been read across cultures and generations. In the process, it reinterprets foundational concepts of