Mark & Method

Thanks to the great folks over at Augsburg Fortress Press for sending me the fresh-off-the-press copy of Mark & Method: New Approaches in Biblical Studies. This looks like a great book. Here are the essays in it:

* Introduction: The Lives of Mark
* Narrative Criticism: How Does the Story Mean?
* Reader Response Criticism: Figuring Mark's Reader
* Deconstructive Criticism: Turning Mark Inside-Out
* Feminist Criticism: The Dancing Daughter
* Social Criticism: Crossing Boundaries
* Cultural Studies: Making Mark
* Post-Colonial Criticism: Echoes of a Subaltern's Contribution and Exclusion

As always, I'll get to the review when I can. Thanks again, folks.

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