Several additions to the Philippians page: one dissertation and a few articles.
Philip Neil Groves, A Model for Partnership: A Model of Partnership Distilled from the Relationship between Paul and the Philippian Church as a Tool to Examine the Partnership Programmes of the Anglican Communion and to Propose New Directions. (PhD thesis. University of Birmingham, 2010).
L. G. Bloomquist, “The Rhetoric of Suffering in Paul’s Letter to the Philippians: Socio-Rhetorical Reflections and Further Thoughts on a Post-Colonial Contribution to the Discussion.” Paper presented at the Conference on Paul: Yesterday and Today (Codrington College, Barbados, WI), February 21, 2002.
Gordon D. Fee, “To What End Exegesis? Reflections on Exegesis and Spirituality in Philippians 4:10-20.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 8 (1988): 75-88.
Larry W. Hurtado, “Jesus as Lordly Example in Philippians 2:5-11.” In From Jesus to Paul: Studies in Honour of Francis Wright Beare. Eds. Peter Richardson and John Coolidge Hurd. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1984, pp. 113-126.
Reinhold Merkelbach, “Zwei Beiträge zum Neuen Testament.” Rheinisches Museum für Philologie 134 (1991) 346-351.
David Seeley, “The Background of the Philippians Hymn (2:6-11).” Journal of Higher Criticism 1 (1994) 49-72.