The interface of orality and writing : speaking, seeing, writing in the shaping of new genres / edited by Annette Weissenrieder and Robert B. Coote.
Weissenrieder, Annette, 1967-
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck
Hebrew Bible and oral literature : misconceptions and new directions / Susan Niditch -- Orality and writing in ancient philosophy : their interrelationship and the shaping of literary forms / Teun L. Tieleman -- From oral conversations to written texts : randomness in the transmission of rabbinic traditions / Catherine Hezser -- Mark : news as tradition / Antoinette Clark Wire -- The history of the closure of biblical texts / Werner Kelber -- Plenitude and diversity : interactions between orality and writing / John Miles Foley -- Transmissions from scripturality to orality : hearing the voice of Jesus in Mark 4:1-34 / Kristina Dronsch -- Memory and form criticism : the typicality of memory as a bridge between orality and literality in the early Christian remembering process / Ruben Zimmermann -- The Gospel of Mark in the interface of orality and writing / Richard A. Horsley --
Performance events in early Christianity : New Testament writings in an oral context / David Rhoads -- Performance criticism as an exegetical method : a story, three insights, and two jokes / David Trobisch -- A theory of the message for New Testament writings or communicating the words of Jesus : from angelos to euangelion / Kristina Dronsch, Annette Weissenrieder -- Women prophets/maenads visually represented in two Roman colonies : Pompeii and Corinth / David L. Balch -- The didactics of images : the fig tree in Mark 11:12-14 and 20-21 / Annette Weissenrieder -- A "lying pen of the scribes" (Jer 8:8)? Orality and writing in the formation of prophetic books / Annette Schellenberg -- Writing songs, singing songs : the oral and the written in the commission of the Levitical singers (1 Chr 25:1-6) / Roger S. Nam -- "Call on me in the day of trouble" : from oral lament to lament psalms / Andreas Schuele --
"Publishing" a gospel : notes on historical constraints to gospel criticism / Pieter J.J. Botha -- The sovereignty of the Son of Man : reading Mark 2 / Daniel Boyarin -- Scripture and the writer of Mark / Robert B. Coote -- Mapping written and spoken word in the Gospel of Mark / Holly Hearon -- Writing in character : Claudius Lysias to Felix as a double-pseudepigraphon (Acts 23:26-30) / Trevor W. Thompson.
International conference proceedings, San Francisco, March 2009.
Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, 0449-1604
xiv, 438 pages : ill
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Collecting and safeguarding the oral traditions : an international conference, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 16-19 August 1999, organized as a Satellite Meeting of the 65th IFLA General Conference held in Bangkok, Thailand, 1999 / edited by John McIlwaine and Jean Whiffrin [i.e. Whiffin].Book
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