Mark and Method: New Approaches in Biblical Studies

Since its publication by Fortress Press in 1992, Mark and Method has been an invaluable resource for the study of Mark, and of the range of methods used in interpreting the New Testament. This second edition offers a new introduction and chapters brought up to date with the latest developments in interpretation, including new chapters on Cultural Studies and Post-Colonial Criticism.

Contents
Preface to the Second Edition

1. Introduction: The Lives of Mark, Janice Capel Anderson and Stephen D. Moore
2. Narrative Criticism: How Does the Story Mean? Elizabeth Struthers Malbon
3. Reader-Response Criticism: Figuring Mark’s Reader, Robert M. Fowler
4. Deconstructive Criticism: Turning Mark Inside Out, Stephen D. Moore
5. Feminist Criticism: The Dancing Daughter, Janice Capel Anderson
6. Social Criticism: Crossing Boundaries, David Rhoads
7. Cultural Studies: Making Mark, Abraham Smith
8. Post-Colonial Criticism: Echoes of a Subaltern’s Contribution and Exclusion, Tat-Siong Benny Liew

The contributors include: Janice Capel Anderson, Stephen D. Moore, Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, Robert M. Fowler, David Rhoads, Tat-Siong Benny Liew, and Abraham Smith.

Review & Commentary