Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction 1. Confessions of a Chinese-But-Not-Chinese Adoptee 2. A Strangely Familiar Reading Strategy 3. An Upside-Down or Right-Side Up View of the World? 4. Bal's Focalization Methodology 5. Analyzing the Power (Im)Balance in Exodus 2 6. Encountering and Reimaging Moses and Miriam Conclusion Notes Selected Bibliography Index
Angeline M.G. Song is a former newspaper journalist turned biblical scholar. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and is an Honorary Research Associate of Laidlaw College in Auckland, New Zealand. She also works with students with disability issues in tertiary education in Auckland. Her research interests include Empathy studies, Postcolonial studies, Focalization Narratology, and biblical contextual interpretation.
This is a good read for academic biblical scholars who are interested in a cultural hermeneutic and postcolonial perspective. ... I very much value the contribution Song has made to the area of my subject of interest through this book." (Jasmine Devadason, Black Theology, Vol. 15 (1), 2017)