John Miles Foley, Founding Editor
Oral Tradition in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Oral Tradition Volume 25, Number 1March 2010

Table of Contents

Ecompanion_small Oral Tradition in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Introduction
by Werner H. Kelber, Paula Sanders
Ecompanion_small Response from an Africanist Scholar
by Ruth Finnegan
Ecompanion_small Torah on the Heart: Literary Jewish Textuality Within Its Ancient Near Eastern Context
by David M. Carr
Ecompanion_small Guarding Oral Transmission: Within and Between Cultures
by Talya Fishman
Ecompanion_small The Interplay Between Written and Spoken Word in the Second Testament as Background to the Emergence of Written Gospels
by Holly Hearon
Ecompanion_small Oral and Written Communication and Transmission of Knowledge in Ancient Judaism and Christianity
by Catherine Hezser
Ecompanion_small Oral and Written Aspects of the Emergence of the Gospel of Mark as Scripture
by Richard A. Horsley
Ecompanion_small The History of the Closure of Biblical Texts
by Werner H. Kelber
Ecompanion_small Two Faces of the Qur’ān: Qur’ān and Muṣḥaf
by Angelika Neuwirth
Biblical Performance Criticism: Performance as Research
by David Rhoads
Ecompanion_small The Constitution of the Koran as a Codified Work: Paradigm for Codifying Hadîth and the Islamic Sciences?
by Gregor Schoeler
Ecompanion_small From Jāhiliyyah to Badīciyyah: Orality, Literacy, and the Transformations of Rhetoric in Arabic Poetry
by Suzanne Pinckney Stetkevych
Ecompanion_small Summation
by William Graham

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