Feminist Friday Speaker | Dr. Corrine Carvalho
"Sex and the Single Prophet: Marital Status in Ezekiel and Jeremiah"
Friday, October 12, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Luann Dummer Center for Women
O'Shaughnessy Education Center, Room 103
Free and Open to the Public
A light snack and refreshments will be provided.
Sex and the Single Prophet: Marital Status in Ezekiel and Jeremiah
Both of these exilic prophetic books include a notice about the non-marital status of these prophets. Using gender theories, Professor Carvalho will explore how the prophets' marital statuses function to symbolize both the experience of the Israelite community in exile and the God who has orchestrated such a fate.
About Dr. Carvalho
B.A. in Latin from the University of San Francisco; M.A. in Old Testament from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley; Ph. D. in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament from Yale University. Dr. Carvalho joined the Theology department at UST in 1996, with 5 years teaching at Florida State University under her belt. Dr. Carvalho's research area is exilic prophets, especially Ezekiel and Jeremiah. In addition to numerous articles and essays, she is the author of the following books: Ezekiel Question by Question; A Primer of Biblical Methods, a college textbook; Encountering Ancient Voices; and The Collegeville Bible Commentary on Ezekiel. In addition, Dr. Carvalho is editor of 4 books, including the forthcoming one from which this paper is taken: Prophets Male and Female: Gender and Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Ancient Near East.