Description - The Function of Ancient Historiography in Biblical and Cognate Studies by Patricia G. Kirkpatrick
This book provides a series of essays from members of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies' Special Seminar on Ancient Historiography.Series editors include: Claudia Camp and Andrew Mein, formerly "Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement", a book series that features original and creative approaches to the interpretation of Old Testament literature. "The Bible in the 21st Century" series, a part of JSOTS, seeks to examine contemporary authoritative and cultural meanings of bibles by focusing on the processes of transmission, readership and actualization of biblical texts up to and including the twenty-first century. The series explores issues related to contemporary culture and the place of the bible and religion within it. Copenhagen International Seminar is also part of JSOTS.
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Author Biography - Patricia G. Kirkpatrick
P.G. Kirkpatrick is Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible and Old Testament Theology, McGill University, USA and is on the Steering Committee of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies Historiography Seminar. Timothy D. Goltz is a Ph.D. candidate in Hebrew Bible at the University of McGill, USA.