Constructions of Space Paperback

Place, Space and Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean World

by Prinsloo, Gert T. M.;

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Constructions of Space

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This is a collection of papers given at SBL International Meetings 2009-2011, which investigate the inherent spatiality of human existence. The contributors discuss ancient Mediterranean texts and societies from a decidedly spatial perspective, debating over such issues as narratological space, critical spatiality, sociological theories on space, space and identity, space and body. The volume consists of three parts and commences with three studies focusing on theoretical approaches towards spatial analysis and application of the theory to specific Old and New Testament texts. The essays in the second part examine the sacred space and the formation of identity, with particular attention to Jerusalem and the temple seen as sacred space and the lived experience of authors describing this space in various ways. The third part discusses the spatial theory and its application to a variety of texts ranging from the Epic of Gilgamesh to the New Testament.

Constructions of Space was published by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC in August 2014. The ISBN for Constructions of Space is 9780567656872.

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Details for Constructions of Space

Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC (August 2014)
Number of Pages288
Thickness15 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code4280446
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