Oral Performance, Popular Tradition, and Hidden Transcript in Q
This collection of essays pursues two new approaches to Q, the speeches of Jesus paralleled in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. The essays in Part One suggest that recent work in ethnopoetics, the ethnography of performance, and theory of verbal art (especially that of John Miles Foley) both complements and challenges standard approaches to the teaching of Jesus. They explore how Q speeches might be appreciated as oral performance that resonates with listeners in a community context by referencing Israelite popular tradition. The essays in Part Two examine how the work of anthropologist and political scientist James C. Scott on popular tradition, "the moral economy of the peasant," and "hidden transcripts" may illuminate the social context and political implications of Q speeches. --From publisher's description.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
12717 as Oral Performance Pointers to Q as Multiple Oral Performance
Response to Kelber Horsley and Draper
Epistemology Political Conflict and Contextual Register
Oral Ancestor Textual Precedent or Ideological Creation?
Moral Economy and Renewal Movement in Q
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
accusers administrative agrarian analysis ancient audience basileia Beelzebul biblical blessings and curses Christian composition context covenant renewal covenantal discourse criticism Didache document domination economic elites essay ethnopoetic evidence Exod focus Foley form criticism function Galilee genre God’s Gospel of Thomas Greek Hasmonean hear hearers hermeneutical Herodian hidden transcript historical Horsley and Draper Horsley’s individual sayings International Q Project interpretation Israel Israelite Israelite tradition Jerusalem Jesus Movement Jewish Judean Kelber Kloppenborg literary little tradition logoi sophon Matthew and Luke metonymic moral economy Mosaic covenant Moses narrative oral performance oral tradition oral-derived text parallel peasant peasantry Pharisees popular tradition prophetic public transcript Q and Thomas Q discourses Q materials Q speeches Qumran reading reference relations resistance revolt rhetorical Richard Horsley Roman rulers ruling sayings and parables scholars Scott Scott’s scribal scribes Sepphoris social societies speeches in Q structure subsistence suggests textual tion understanding woes words writing written texts
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