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by S. Tamar Kamionkowski

eBook Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos: A Study on the Book of Ezekiel download ISBN: 0826462243
Author: S. Tamar Kamionkowski
Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 192
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This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor

This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor. Kamionkowski argues that the abomination of wife Jerusalem is that she is attempting to pass for a male.

This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor

This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor. This story is therefore one of confused gender scripts, ensuing chaos a This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor

Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos: A Study on the Book of Ezekiel (JSOT Supplement). S. Tamar Kamionkowski.

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Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos: A Study in the Book of Ezekiel more. by Tamar Kamionkowski. This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor

Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos: A Study in the Book of Ezekiel more. This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor. This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor

Tamar Kamionkowski is professor of biblical studies at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (RRC).

Tamar Kamionkowski is professor of biblical studies at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (RRC). She received her P. from Brandeis University. Bodies, Embodiment, and Theology of the Hebrew Bible.

58 60 65 70. vi. Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos

This text is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression, in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor. 58 60 65 70. Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos. d. Responses to Gender Confusion: Emasculation e. Excursus: Psychologizing Ezekiel 2. Metaphor in Literary Context a. The Mesopotamian Evidence b. The Biblical Evidence 3. Conclusions. 73 74 79 79 85 91. Chapter 4.

Gender Reversal and Cosmic Chaos: A Study in the Book of Ezekiel S. Tamar Kamionkowski Keine . Tamar Kamionkowski Keine Leseprobe verfügbar - 2003. Alle Ergebnisse von Google Books Über den Autor (1993). David J. Halperin is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina and author of The Faces of the Chariot: Early Jewish Responses to Ezekiel's Vision (1988) and The Merkabah in Rabbinic Literature (1980).

By S. This article is set either the phobia of gender reversal and its expression, within the prophet Ezekiel's transforming of the marital metaphor.

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This book is about both the fear of gender reversal and its expression in the prophet Ezekiel's reworking of the marital metaphor. Kamionkowski argues that the abomination of "wife Jerusalem" is that she is attempting to pass for a male, thereby crossing gender boundaries and upsetting the world order. This story is therefore one of confused gender scripts, ensuing chaos and a re-ordering through the reinforcement of these strictly defined prescriptions of gendered behaviour.Using socio-historical evidence and the existence of the literary motif of "men turning into women" as a framework, this book argues that Ezekiel 16, in particular, reflects the gender chaos which arises as an aftermath of social and theological crises.