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Empowering Memory and Movement, Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza completes a three-volume look across her influential work and career. In Transforming Vision (2011), she drew from decades of pioneering scholarship to offer the contours of a critical feminist hermeneutic. The chapters in Changing Horizons (2013) sketched out a theory of liberation. Now, the consequences for a liberating praxis are elaborated in interviews and essays that chart Schüssler Fiorenza’s own personal and professional history as these are intertwined with the history of the worldwide movement for emancipation and full equality. Empowering Memory and Movement looks back, but also looks around at challenges and potentialities on the global scene, and looks ahead to an emancipatory future, with a critical and wise engagement with scripture and the interpretive tradition always at the center.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page, Dedication
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-x
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  1. Abbreviations
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. Acknowledgements
  2. pp. xv-xviii
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  1. Introduction: Remembering the Past in Creating the Future
  2. pp. 1-14
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  1. Part I: Crossing Borders
  2. pp. 15-16
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  1. 1. Looking Back, Looking Around, Looking Ahead: An Interview with Fernando F. Segovia
  2. pp. 17-48
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  1. 2. Resident Alien/Dual Citizen
  2. pp. 49-64
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  1. 3. Fostering Diversity Studies at Harvard Divinity School
  2. pp. 65-74
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  1. 4. On Becoming a Feminist Biblical Scholar
  2. pp. 75-90
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  1. 5. Feminist Studies in Religion and The*logy between Nationalism and Globalization
  2. pp. 91-100
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  1. 6. Changing the Paradigms
  2. pp. 101-110
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  1. 7. Visiting Japan
  2. pp. 111-132
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  1. 8. Has G*d Not Spoken with Us Also?
  2. pp. 133-144
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  1. Part II: Memory and Movement
  2. pp. 145-146
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  1. 9. The Inside Stories: Interview with Annie Lally Milhaven
  2. pp. 147-164
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  1. 10. Beginnings: Articulating Feminist The*logy and Biblical Scholarship
  2. pp. 165-186
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  1. 11. Feminist The*logy and The*logical Education: Helen Wright, S.N.D., In Memoriam
  2. pp. 187-192
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  1. 12. Feminist Studies in Religion and a Radical Democratic Ethos
  2. pp. 193-216
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  1. 13. Feminist Perspectives on Jesus, Discipleship, and Church: An Interview with Robert A. Becker
  2. pp. 217-222
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  1. 14. Movement Struggles, Wisdom Places, Dreaming Spaces
  2. pp. 223-234
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  1. 15. An Interview with Yoke-Heng Woon for In God’s Image
  2. pp. 235-250
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  1. 16. Our Heritage Is Our Power: In Celebration of Wo/men’s History Month
  2. pp. 251-264
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  1. 17. “AAR Martin Marty Award” Conversation with Judith Plaskow
  2. pp. 265-290
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  1. Part III: Memory and Theory
  2. pp. 291-292
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  1. 18. Biblicon Interview with Alice Bach
  2. pp. 293-314
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  1. 19. Re-Visioning Christian Origins: In Memory of Her Revisited
  2. pp. 315-338
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  1. 20. The "Quilting" of Wo/men's History: Phoebe of Kenchreae
  2. pp. 339-350
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  1. 21. Looking Back and Looking Forward
  2. pp. 351-356
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  1. 22. Celebrating Feminist Work by Knowing It
  2. pp. 357-366
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  1. 23. Reaffirming Feminist/Womanist Biblical Scholarship
  2. pp. 367-376
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  1. 24. Reviewing my Work in a Roman Catholic Context: The Jerome Award
  2. pp. 377-382
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  1. 25. Shaping the Discipline: The Rhetoricity/Rhetoricality of N*T Studies
  2. pp. 383-402
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  1. Part IV: Scripture as Site of Memory, Struggle, and Vision
  2. pp. 403-404
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  1. 26. Critical Reflections on Philosophy and The*logy: An Interview with Michael Norton
  2. pp. 405 -412
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  1. 27. Biblical Interpretation in the Context of Church and Ministry
  2. pp. 413-422
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  1. 28. Wo/men in the Pre-Pauline and Pauline Churches
  2. pp. 423-446
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  1. 29. Slave Wo/men and Freedom: Some Methodological Reflections
  2. pp. 447-470
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  1. 30. The Apocalypse of John: A Critical Feminist Perspective
  2. pp. 471-482
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  1. 31. The Cross as a Central Christian Symbol of Injustice
  2. pp. 483-490
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  1. 32. “I Have Not Come to Bring Peace but a Sword” (Matthew 10:34): Peacebuilding and the Struggles for Justice
  2. pp. 491-512
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  1. 33. The Calling of Mary of Magdala and Our Own: A Sermon
  2. pp. 513-518
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  1. 34. Toward a Feminist Future of the Biblical Past
  2. pp. 519-535
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  1. Back Cover
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