Publications by Type: Book Chapter

Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza. 2005. “The Power of the Word: Charting Critical Global Feminist Biblical Studies.” In Feminist New Testament Studies, Pp. 43–62. Springer.
William E Arnal, William E Arnal, William E Arnal, William E Arnal, Michel Desjardins, William E Arnal, Willi Braun, Russell T McCutcheon, William E Arnal, William E Arnal, and others. 2005. “Taking the Text with Her Pleasure: A Post-Post-Modernist Response to J. Dominic Crossan, The Historical Jesus: The Life of a Mediterranean Jewish Peasant.” In The Symbolic Jesus: Historical Scholarship, Judaism and the Construction of Contemporary Identity, 88: Pp. vii–viii. Fortress Waterloo, Ontario.
George Newlands, Aicher-Scholl, J Alison, J Alison, J Alison, M Althaus-Reid, R Amesbury, A An-Na’im, A An-Na’im, J Gort, and others. 2006. “Moderate Religious Liberty in the Theology of John Calvin.” In Christ and Human Rights: The Transformative Engagement, 8: Pp. 1–9. Princeton University Press Frankfurt am Main.
Marcella Althaus-Reid, Marcella Althaus-Reid, Herbert Anderson, Edward Foley, Sherry Ruth Anderson, Patricia Hopkins, Paul Antze, Michael Lambek, Hannah Arendt, JL Austin, and others. 2009. “Speaking in Signs: Narrative and Trauma in Pastoral Theology.” In Ritual Making Women: Shaping Rites for Changing Lives, 12: Pp. 1–8. Simon and Schuster MacMillan London.
Elizabeth Achtiemer, Alvin F Kimel, Linda Alcoff, Alison Anley, Philip Blond, Mar{\'ıa Pilar Aquino, Orlando O Esp{\'ın, Miguel H D{\'ıaz, Mar{\'ıa Pilar Aquino, M Dods, and others. 2009. “What’s Interesting about Karl Barth? Barth as Polemical and Descriptive Theologian.” In What’s Right with the Trinity? Conversations in Feminist Theology, 13: Pp. 1–11. T & T Clark Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza. 2016. “The Institute for Signifying Scriptures: Toward a Critical Emancipatory Intellectual Space.” In Refractions of the Scriptural, Pp. 58–65. Routledge.
Luis Menéndez-Antuña, David B Abernethy, George Aichele, Bible, Culture Collective, Marcella Althaus-Reid, Marcella Althaus-Reid, Lisa Isherwood, Francis I Andersen, David Noel Freedman, and others. 2018. “‘She Is Not My Wife and I Am Not Her Husband’: A Materialist Analysis of Hosea 1–2.” In Thinking Sex with the Great Whore: Deviant Sexualities and Empire in the Book of Revelation, 15: Pp. 1–26. Scholars Press New Haven.