Sponsored by the Centre for Rhetorics and Hermeneutics and the New Testament Rhetoric Project, this web site gives details of the centre, its editorial board, upcoming conferences and two journals, Queen: A Journal of Rhetoric and Power and Journal for the Rhetorical Criticism of the New Testament (see next link).
Metasite by Holger Szesnat which offers links to 300+ links to online texts relevant to the study of biblical hermeneutics. Previously located at biblicalhermeneutics.net (now defunct).
Founding editor: James D. Hester: an on-line journal focusing on rhetorical critical methods and the New Testament. At present the journal features conference papers, bibliographies and book reviews.
Home of the Semiotics and Exegesis section of the Society of Biblical Literature featuring programme details, papers and links to on-line resources. [off-line at present]
A fine web site mainly based on the theories of Vernon Robbins: includes a Dictionary of Socio-Rhetorical Terms, a Bibliography and lots of examples of Socio-Rhetorical Interpretation in action.
Books, Dissertations and Articles
Hans Werner Bartsch (ed) Kerygma and Myth: A Theological Debate. London: SPCK, 1953).- Full version from Religion On-Line of the English edition of a famous book featuring Bultmann’s essay “New Testament and Mythology”, answers by five critics (Julius Schniewind, Ernst Lohmeyer, Helmut Thielicke, Friedrich K. Schumann & Austin Farrer) and Bultmann’s responses.
Andrés Lema-Hincapié, “Herméneutique critique, la lecture kantienne de la Bible: principes et applications.” PhD thesis, University of Ottawa, 1998.