Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Space and history: siting critical space for Biblical studies / Sacred/profane and an adequate theory of human place-relations / Formation of self in construction of space: Lefebvre in Winnicott's embrace / Language as extension of desire: the Oedipus complex and spatial hermeneutics / Biblical geography and critical spatial studies / Bible maps and America's nationalist narratives / Bakhtinian reading of narrative space and its relationship to social space / Exploring the utopian space of Chronicles: some spatial anomalies / Jon L. Berquist -- Mark K. George -- Wesley A. Kort -- Mary R. Huie-Jolly -- Mary R. Huie-Jolly -- Thomas B. Dozeman -- Burke O. Long -- William R. Millar -- Steven James Schweitzer. Introduction: critical spatiality and the uses of theory / Part I: Theoretical perspectives -- Part II: Mapping the Bible -- Part III: Space in Biblical narrative -- A
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Space perception in the Bible--Congresses.
BS630 / .C64 2007