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Worship, Women and War: Essays in Honor of Susan Niditch
Collins, John J., T. M. Lemos and Saul M. Olyan, editors

Providence, RI: Brown Judaic Studies, 2015 pp. 320. $59.95

Series Information
Brown Judaic Studies, 357

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Description: This volume of essays honors Susan Niditch, author of War in the Hebrew Bible: A Study in the Ethics of Violence (1993), ďMy Brother Esau Is a Hairy ManĒ: Hair and Identity in Ancient Israel (2008), and most recently, The Responsive Self: Personal Religion in Biblical Literature of the Neo-Babylonian and Persian Periods (forthcoming), among other influential publications. Essays touch on topics such as folklore, mythology, and oral history, Israelite religion, ancient Judaism, warfare, violence, and gender.

Subjects: Bible, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Ancient Near East, Literature, Methods, Historical Approaches

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Review by Bob Becking
Published 3/22/2018
Citation: Bob Becking, review of John J. Collins, T. M. Lemos, and Saul M. Olyan, eds., Worship, Women and War: Essays in Honor of Susan Niditch, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2018).

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