From Text to Performance: Narrative and Performance Criticisms in Dialogue and Debate

From Text to Performance: Narrative and Performance Criticisms in Dialogue and Debate

by Kelly R. Iverson

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ISBN-13: 9780718843922
Publisher: The Lutterworth Press
Publication date: 04/30/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
File size: 919 KB

About the Author

Kelly R. Iverson is Associate Professor of New Testament at Baylor University in Texas. He is the author of 'Gentiles in the Gospel of Mark' (2007), and co-editor of 'Mark as Story' (2011) and 'Unity and Diversity in the Gospels and Paul' (2012).

Table of Contents

"Preface
Abbreviations
Contributors

1 Performance Criticism: A Paradigm Shift in New Testament Studies
David Rhoads and Joanna Dewey

2 Those Sitting around Jesus: Situating the Storyteller within Mark’s Gospel
Philip Ruge-Jones

3 Characters in Text and Performance: The Gospel of John
Holly E. Hearon

4 Audience Asides and the Audiences of Mark: The Difference Performance Makes
Thomas E. Boomershine

5 Sound and Structure in the Gospel of Matthew
Margaret E. Lee

6 The Present Tense of Performance: Immediacy and Transformative Power in Luke’s Passion
Kelly R. Iverson

7 From Performance to Text to Performance: The New Testament’s Use of the Hebrew Bible in a Rhetorical Culture
Kathy Maxwell

8 ""This Is My . . . "": Toward a Thick Performance of the Gospel of Mark
Richard W. Swanson

Bibliography
Author Index"

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