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Series edited by Gerry van Klinken, KITLV, and Edward Aspinall, Australian National University
The series examines social struggles and their connection with the particularity of places in Southeast Asia. It embraces an ecumenicity of innovative approaches within the humanities, social and political sciences, while retaining a central role for ‘power’ and ‘place’.
Edited by Edward Aspinall and Gerry van Klinken
The popular 1998 reformasi movement that brought down President Suharto’s regime demanded an end to illegal practices by state officials, from human rights abuse to nepotistic investments. Yet today, such practices have proven more resistant to reform than people had hoped. Many have said ...
Edited by David E. Aune, University of Notre Dame and Frederick E. Brenk, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome.
Focusing on a strength of the faculty of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, this volume is a collection of nine essays by an international group of scholars who have used texts from the Greco-Roman world to illuminate various aspects of the New Testament.
Tying together linguistics, philology and philosophy, this monograph explores the morphological and semantic development of the heavily marked reflexive system in Ancient Greek and argues that these changes are connected to a reconceptualisation of the human subject as characteristically reflexive.
by W. Edward Glenny
This work is a comparison of the Septuagint of Amos with its Hebrew Vorlage for the purpose of analyzing the translation technique and theology of the translator.
edited by David E. Aune & Robin Darling Young
In Reading Religions in the Ancient World, sixteen colleagues and students of Robert M. Grant honor their colleague, friend and mentor with essays on Classical Studies, New Testament Studies and Patristic Studies. These three areas of study signal the breadth and depth of Professor Grant’s own ...
Edited by David E. Aune, Torrey Seland and Jarl Henning Ulrichsen
Edited by Thomas A. Idinopulos and Edward A. Yonan
This volume of essays is devoted to a careful examination of the importance of methodology in the study of primary religious data. The essays focus on the "Sacred" as an ultimate object of descriptive analysis and critical scrutiny on the part of a select number of North American and European ...
Edited by Gerald Christianson and Thomas Izbicki
This collection casts light on various aspects of the life and thought of Nicholas of Cusa. The first part is concerned with the context in which he made his contributions. The second part is concerned with Nicholas' work for ecclesiastical reform and his thought on the Church. The third part ...
This exhaustive analysis of the issue of Hellenistic colouring of LXX Proverbs concludes that the impact of Stoicism has been overestimated. Moreover, the law plays a more prominent role than previously thought, and this document should be placed in Palestine.
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