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Paul in Critical Contexts
This series highlights contemporary theoretical work in Pauline studies. It features monographs and edited collections that approach Paul’s writings and life from various critical approaches including critical race theory, contemporary Continental philosophy, postcolonial criticism, “empire criticism”, queer theory, feminist theory, and Marxist criticism.


Editor(s): L. L. Welborn (welborn@fordham.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Neil Elliott (nelliott@rowman.com)
Paul, Community, and Discipline: Establishing Boundaries and Dealing with the Disorderly
ADAM G. WHITE
Fortress Academic • October 2021 • Monograph
The Scandal of Community: Pauline Factions and the Circulation of Grace
TAYLOR M. WEAVER
Fortress Academic • April 2021 • Monograph
Witch Hunt in Galatia: Magic, Medicine, and Ritual and the Occasion of Paul's Letter to the Galatians
JEREMY WADE BARRIER
Fortress Academic • September 2020 • Monograph
Paul and Image: Reading First Corinthians in Visual Terms
PHILIP ERWIN
Fortress Academic • September 2020 • Monograph
Reading Romans with Roman Eyes: Studies on the Social Perspective of Paul
JAMES R. HARRISON
Fortress Academic • June 2020 • Monograph
Paul Decentered: Reading 2 Corinthians with the Corinthian Women
ARMINTA M. FOX
Fortress Academic • December 2019 • Monograph