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- JONKER, ed.
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- Texts, Contexts and Readings in Postexilic Literature: Explorations into Historiography & Identity in Hebrew Bible & Related Texts
- Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck
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Contents: Reflecting on historiography and identity negotiation / Louis Jonker -- The writing of history as remedy or poison? Some remarks on Paul Ricœur's reflections on memory, identity and the "historiographical operation" / Robert Vosloo -- Exile, return, and diaspora: expatriates and repatriates in late biblical literature / Gary Knoppers -- Engaging with different contexts: a survey of various levels of identy negotiation in Chronicles / Louis Jonker -- On social memory and identity formation in late Persian period Yehud: a historian's viewpoint with a focus on prophetic literature, Chronicles and the Deuteronomistic historical collection / Ehud Ben Zvi -- Contextuality in wisdom literature: the provenance of LXX Proverbs and Job as case studies / Johann Cook -- Achaemenid rule and its impact on Yehud / Josef Wieshöfer -- Persian-Period Judah: a new perspective / Oded Lipschits -- "A tale of two cities": the visual symbol systems of Yehud and Samaria and identity/self-understanding in Persian-Period Palestine / Izak Cornelius -- Why Asa was not deemed good enough: a decolonial reading of 2 Chronicles 14-16 / Gerrie Snyman -- Imbokodo explorations of the prevalence of historical memory and identity contestations in the expulsion of the Nāšîm Nokkriyyōt in Ezra 9-10 / Makhosazana Nzimande.
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