The Biblical Interpretation Series accommodates monographs, collections of essays and works of reference that are concerned with the discussion or application of new methods of interpreting the Bible. Works published in the series ordinarily either give a practical demonstration of how a particular approach may be instructively applied to a Biblical text or texts, or make a productive contribution to the discussion of method. The series thus provides a vehicle for the exercise and development of a whole range of newer techniques of interpretation, including feminist readings, semiotic, post-structuralist, reader-oriented, materialist, deconstructionist and other types of literary readings, ideological, ecological and psychological readings, among many others.
The series published an average of seven volumes per year over the last 5 years.
Editors in Chief: Paul Anderson (George Fox University) and Jennifer L. Koosed (Albright College, Reading)
Editorial Board: A.K.M. Adam (University of Oxford), Meghan Henning (University of Dayton), Amy Kalmanofsky (Jewish Theological Seminary), Sara Koenig (Pacific Seattle University), Dorothy Ann Lee (Trinity College), Janette Ok (Fuller Theological Seminary), Annette Schellenberg (University of Vienna), Johanna Stiebert (University of Leeds), Duane Watson (Malone University), Christine Roy Yoder (Columbia Theological Seminary), Ruben Zimmermann (Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz).