Vernon K. Robbins

Sociorhetorical Interpretation

Emory Studies in Early Christianity

Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity

Religious Sites in Atlanta

Emory Department of Religion

Emory Graduate Division of Religion

SR Studies 2006-2007 by Vernon K Robbins

  • Conceptual Blending and Early Christian Imagination, in Petri Luomanen, Ilkka Pyysiäinen, and Risto Uro (eds.), Explaining Christian Origins and Early Judaism: Contributions from Cognitive and Social Science (Biblical Interpretation Series 89; Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2007), 161-95.
  • “Socio-Rhetorical Interpretation of Miracle Discourse in the Synoptic Gospels," in Duane F. Watson (ed.), The Role of Miracle Discourse in the Argumentation of the New Testament (Symposium; Atlanta: SBL and Leiden: Brill), forthcoming.
  • “Rhetography: A New Way of Seeing the Familiar Text,” in Duane F. Watson and C. Clifton Black (eds.), The Legacy of George A. Kennedy’s Rhetorical Interpretation (provisional title), forthcoming.
  • “Oral Performance in Q: Epistemology, Political Conflict, and Contextual Register,” in Richard Horsley (ed.), Oral Performance, Popular Tradition, and Hidden Transcript in Q (Semeia Studies 60; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 109-122.
  • “Interfaces of Orality and Literature in the Gospel of Mark,” in Richard A. Horsley, Jonathan A. Draper, John Miles Foley (eds.), Performing the Gospel: Orality, Memory, and Mark (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2006) 125-46.
  • Enthymeme and Picture in the Gospel of Thomas," in Jon Ma. Asgeirsson, April D. DeConick, and Risto Uro (eds.), Thomasine Traditions in Antiquity: The Social and Cultural World of the Gospel of Thomas (Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies 59; Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2006) 175-207.

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