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Emotions in Ancient Jewish Literature


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Introduction


Emotions in Ancient Jewish Literature


in Biblical Interpretation

References

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 See A. Mermelstein“Love and Hate at Qumran: The Social Construction of Sectarian Emotion,” DSD 20 (2013) pp. 237–63; A. K. Harkins “The Performative Reading of the Hodayot: The Arousal of Emotions and the Exegetical Generation of Texts” JSP 21 (2011) pp. 55–71; S. Weitzman “Warring against Terror: The War Scroll and the Mobilization of Emotion” JSJ 40 (2009) pp. 213–41; J. Stiebert “Shame and the Body in Psalms and Lamentations of the Hebrew Bible and in Thanksgiving Hymns from Qumran” OTE 20 (2007) pp. 798–829.

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 M. Figlerowicz“Affect Theory Dossier” pp. 3 4.

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 C. Braunmühl“Theorizing Emotions with Judith Butler: Within and beyond the Courtroom,” Rethinking History 16.2 (2012) pp. 221–40 (224–25).

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 Braunmühl“Theorizing Emotions with Judith Butler” p. 225.

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