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Indian Girls Drawing Flowers. Victoria, Olive and Peter are some of the students.. - 1916

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Fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Series
W.A. Missionaries photograph collection
Main Access Point
All Saints Indian Residential School (Lac La Ronge, Sask.)
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
  1 image  
Fonds Number
007
Fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Series
W.A. Missionaries photograph collection
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photoprint : b&w. ; 12 x 9 cm
Scope and Content
Photo consists of boys and girls sitting at their desks drawing, while a teacher stands in the background. Victoria is on the far left, then Olive, and Peter is the boy just right tof the middle. "This school was burnt", is written on the back of the photo.
Main Access Point
All Saints Indian Residential School (Lac La Ronge, Sask.)
Personal Name
Victoria
Olive
Peter
Accession Number
P7562
Item Number
723
Images
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Other ways of reading : African women and the Bible

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Publication Date
2001
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BS 521.4 O84 2001
Place
Atlanta and Geneva
Publisher
Society of Biblical Literature; WCC Publications
Publication Date
2001
Physical_Description
x, 106 p. : ill. ; 23 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Musa W. Dube, editor".
Includes bibliographical references.
"This volume of [13] essays [by 11 contributors], the first of its kind, highlights some of the unique ways in which African women read and interpret the Bible in their diverse historical and cultural contexts. Early Bible translation and interpretation in Africa was carried out primarily by foreign missionaries and so was deeply influenced by patriarchal and colonial ideologies. .... This book provides important new tools and resources for the study of the Bible in Africa, complements the work of Western feminist and womanist theologians and biblical scholars, and embodies postcolonial scholarly concern to take seriously 'other' ways of reading. The result is a significant contribution to global biblical scholarship and hermeneutical reflection". -- back cover.
Contents: Acknowledgement dated Geneva, January 29, 2001 / Musimbi R.A. Kanyoro, Circle Coordinator -- Introduction / Musa W. Dube -- Storytelling Methods and Interpretations -- 1. I Am the Woman / Rose Teteki Abbey -- 2. Esther and Northern Sotho Stories: An African-South African Woman's Commentary / Mmadipoane (Ngwana 'Mphahlele) Masenya -- 3. Fifty Years of Bleeding: A Storytelling Feminist Reading of Mark 5: 24-43 / Musa W. Dube -- Patriarchal and Colonizing Translations -- 4. How Local Divine Powers Were Suppressed: A Case of Mwari of the Shona / Dora R. Mbuwayesango -- 5. Translating the Divine: The Case of Modimo in the Setswana Bible / Gomang Seratwa Ntloedibe-Kuswani -- Reading with and from Non-Academic Readers -- 6. Cultural Hermeneutics: An African Contribution / Musimbi R.A. Kanyoro -- 7. Toward a Post-apartheid Black Feminist Reading of the Bible: A Case of Luke 2: 36-38 / Gloria Kehilwe Plaatjie -- Womanhood and Womanist Methods -- 8. A Bosadi (Womanhood) Reading of Proverbs 31: 10-31 / Mmadipoane (Ngwana 'Mphahlele) Masenya -- 9. A South African Indian Womanist Reading of the Character of Ruth / Sarojini Nadar -- The Divination Method of Interpretation -- 10. Divining Ruth for International Relations / Musa W. Dube -- In Response -- 11. A North American Feminist Response / Phyllis A. Bird -- 12. The Bible and African Christianity: A Curse or a Blessing ? / Nyambura J. Njoroge -- 13. African "Ruths", Ruthless Africas: Reflections on an African Mordecai / Tinyiko S. Maluleke -- List of Contributors.
Added Entry
World Council of Churches
Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians
Dube Shomanah, Musa W., 1964-
Abbey, Rose Teteki
Bird, Phyllis A.
Kanyoro, Musimbi R.A. (Musimbi Rachel Angogo), 1953-
Maluleke, Tinyiko S.
Masenya, Mmadipoane (Ngwana 'Mphahlele)
Mbuwayesango, Dora R.
Nadar, Sarojini
Njoroge, Nyambura J.
Ntloedibe-Kuswani, Gomang Seratwa
Plaatjie, Gloria Kehilwe
Subjects
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Africa, Sub-Saharan
Bible - Feminist criticism - Africa, Sub-Saharan
Womanist theology - Africa, Sub-Saharan
Women - Religious life
Bible studies, Feminist
ISBN
2-8254-1340-2 (WCC)
1-58983-009-1 (SBL)
Call Number
BS 521.4 O84 2001
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Other ways of reading : African women and the Bible

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Publication Date
2001
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BS 521.4 O84 2001
Place
Atlanta and Geneva
Publisher
Society of Biblical Literature; WCC Publications
Publication Date
2001
Physical_Description
x, 106 p. : ill.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Musa W. Dube, editor".
Includes bibliographical references.
"This volume of [13] essays [by 11 contributors], the first of its kind, highlights some of the unique ways in which African women read and interpret the Bible in their diverse historical and cultural contexts. Early Bible translation and interpretation in Africa was carried out primarily by foreign missionaries and so was deeply influenced by patriarchal and colonial ideologies. .... This book provides important new tools and resources for the study of the Bible in Africa, complements the work of Western feminist and womanist theologians and biblical scholars, and embodies postcolonial scholarly concern to take seriously `other' ways of reading. The result is a significant contribution to global biblical scholarship and hermeneutical reflection". -- back cover.
Contents divided into six sections: Storytelling Methods and Interpretations -- Patriarchal and Colonizing Translations -- Reading with and from Non-Academic Readers -- Womanhood and Womanist Methods -- The Divination Method of Interpretation -- In Response.
Added Entry
World Council of Churches
Dube Shomanah, Musa W., 1964-
Abbey, Rose Teteki
Bird, Phyllis A.
Kanyoro, Musimbi R.A. (Musimbi Rachel Angogo), 1953-
Maluleke, Tinyiko S.
Masenya, Mmadipoane (Ngwana 'Mphahlele)
Mbuwayesango, Dora R.
Nadar, Sarojini
Njoroge, Nyambura J.
Ntloedibe-Kuswani, Gomang Seratwa
Plaatjie, Gloria Kehilwe
Subjects
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Africa, Sub-Saharan
Bible - Feminist criticism - Africa, Sub-Saharan
Womanist theology - Africa, Sub-Saharan
Women - Religious life
Bible studies, Feminist
ISBN
2-8254-1340-2 (WCC)
1-58983-009-1 (SBL)
Call Number
BS 521.4 O84 2001
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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