The Complexity of Conversion - Intersectional Perspectives on Religious Change in Antiquity and Beyond - Valérie Nicolet

The Complexity of Conversion - Intersectional Perspectives on Religious Change in Antiquity and Beyond - Valérie Nicolet

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The Complexity of Conversion - Intersectional Perspectives on Religious Change in Antiquity and Beyond - Valérie Nicolet

Marianne Bjelland Kartzow [+-]
University of Oslo
Marianne Bjelland Kartzow is professor of New Testament Studies at the Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo, Norway. She has published Gossip and Gender: Othering of Speech in the Pastoral Epistles (2009) and Destabilizing the Margins: An Intersectional Approach to Early Christian Memory (2012). Her research interest includes Gender theory, social history and studies of sacred scriptures.
Valérie Nicolet [+-]
Institut protestant de théologie, faculté de Paris
Since 2013, Valérie Nicolet is “maître de conférences” at the Institut protestant de théologie, faculté de Paris, where she teaches New Testament and Ancient Greek. In her research, she focuses on the Pauline letters. At the moment, she is working on the rhetorical construction of the law in Galatians. Her scholarship highlights interdisciplinary approaches, more prominently with philosophy, and recently, with queer theory. She has published a book on the construction of the self in Romans (Constructing the Self: Thinking with Paul and Michel Foucault, Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2012).

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Bjelland Kartzow, Marianne; Nicolet, Valérie. Index of Subjects. The Complexity of Conversion - Intersectional Perspectives on Religious Change in Antiquity and Beyond. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 260-265 Oct 2021. ISBN 9781781795736. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=43372. Date accessed: 06 Feb 2023 doi: 10.1558/equinox.43372. Oct 2021

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