[b-hebrew] Food, OT and Theology

Gerald A. Klingbeil kling at uap.edu.ar
Sun Sep 7 19:00:22 EDT 2003


Dear Kevin 

have a look at the following items. 

Jay M. Eidelman, "Be Holy for I am Holy: Food, Politics, and the Teaching of  
Judaism," Journal of Ritual Studies 14.1 (2000): 45-51. 

Adele Reinhartz, "Reflection on Table Fellowship and Community Identity,"  
Semeia 86 (1999): 227-33. 

Diane M. Sharon, "When Fathers Refuse to Eat: The Trope of Rejecting Food  
and Drink in Biblical Narrative," Semeia 86 (1999): 135-48. 

Deborah A. Appler, "From Queen to Cuisine: Food Imagery in the Jezebel  
Narrative," Semeia 86 (1999): 55-73. 

Robert P. Carroll, "YHWH's Sour Grapes: Images of Food and Drink in the  
Prophetic Discourses of the Hebrew Bible," Semeia 86 (1999): 113-31. 

Judith E. McKinlay, "To Eat or Not To Eat: Where is Wisdom in this Choice?,"  
Semeia 86 (1999): 73-84. 

Athalya Brenner, "The Food of Love: Gendered Food and Food Imagery in the  
Song of Songs," Semeia 86 (1999): 101-12. 

Philip R. Davies, "Food, Drink and Sects: The Question of Ingestion in the  
Qumran Texts," Semeia 86 (1999): 151-63. 

Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus, ""Not by Bread Alone...": The Ritualization of Food  
and Table Talk in the Passover Seder and in the Last Supper," Semeia 86 (1999):  
165-91. 

Stephen Alan Reed, "Food in the Psalms" (Claremont Graduate School; Ph.D.  
dissertation diss., 1987),  

Jean Soler, "The Semiotics of Food in the Bible," in Food and Drink in History  
(ed. Robert Forster and Orest Ranum; Annales: Economies, Sociétés,  
Civilisations 5; Baltimore, Md.-London, U.K.: John Hopkins University Press,  
1979), 126-38. 


If you read German, a good resource is 

Eleonore Schmitt, Das Essen in der Bibel. Literaturethnologische Aspekte des  
Alltäglichen (Studien zur Kulturanthropologie 2; Münster/Hamburg: LIT Verlag,  
1994), 

I have written a paper entitled 
 

"Momentaufnahmen” Of Israelite Religion: The Importance Of The  
Communal Meal In Narrative Texts In 1/2 Kings And Their Ritual  
Dimension" that was read for the SBL annual meeting in Denver in  
2001 and has been submitted for publication.
 

Well I guess that should give you something to read :-)
 

All the best
 

Gerald
 




Dr. Gerald A. Klingbeil
River Plate Adventist University, 25 de Mayo 99
3103 Libertador San Martin, Entre Rios, ARGENTINA

Professor of OT and ANE Studies
Director of Research Institute/Theology Faculty
Editor DavarLogos

Tel +54-343-491-0010
FAX +54-343-491-0300 
E-mail   kling at uap.edu.ar





More information about the b-hebrew mailing list