Women as Interpreters of the Bible
This course will examine how the Bible has been read, interpreted and proclaimed by women beginning with the period of the early church and including the writings of medieval visionaries, renaissance exegetes and continuing into the modern and post-modern periods. Women's interpretations of the Bible will be examined with a view to recovering women's readings and counter readings of biblical texts & raising relevant methodological and hermeneutical questions for modern readers.
AD students please register for WYB6670HF
Previous course work in Bible highly recommended. Please email the professor if you have questions.
Registration for summer session opens on Monday April 2, 2018
The last day to drop the class without academic penalty and to be eligible for a refund is Tuesday April 17 at 5:00 PM