Biblical Performance Criticism

Orality, Memory, Translation, Rhetoric, Discourse, Drama

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PERFORMANCE CRITICISM

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Also for reference, see the Annotated Bibliography at The Center for Studies in Oral Tradition

Culture of Orality

Greco-Roman Culture of Orality

Jewish Culture of Orality

Orality and Literacy in Antiquity

Orality and Literacy in the Middle Ages

New Testament Culture of Orality

Classical Rhetoric

New Testament Interpretation

Theater

Translation for Performance

Discourse Analysis

Sociolinguistics

Greek Language Pronunciation/Sound

Oral Interpretation of Literature

Speech Act Theory

Memory

Communication Studies

Culture of Orality

Abram, D. 1996. The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-Than-Human World. New York: Random House.

Bauman, R. 1986. Story, Performance and Event: Contextual Studies of Oral Narrative. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Bauman, R., ed. 1992. Folklore, Cultural Performances, and Popular Entertainments: A Communications-Centered Handbook. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Bauman, R. 1978. Verbal Art as Performance. Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

Becker, J. E. 1983. Orality & Literacy. Worldview 26/11: 8-10.

Ben-Amos, D., & Goldstein, K., eds. 1975. Folklore: Performance and Communication. The Hague, Netherlands: Mouton.

Birdwhistell, R.L. 1970. Kinesics and Context: Essays on Body Motion Communication. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Coward, H. 1988. Sacred Word and Sacred Text: Scripture in World Religions. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis.

Coward, H.G. 1989. The Spiritual Power of Oral and Written Scripture. Pp. 111-137 in Silence, the Word and the Sacred, edited by E.D. Blodgett & H.G. Coward. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Draper, J.E. (Ed). 2004. Orality, Literacy, and Colonialism in Southern Africa. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Dundes, A. (Ed). 1984. Sacred Narrative: Readings in the Theory of Myth. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Edwards, V. & Sienkewicz, T.J. 1990. Oral Cultures Past and Present: Rappin' and Homer. Oxford, UK: B. Blackwell.

Fabian, J. 1990. Power and Performance: Ethnographic explorations through Proverbial Wisdom and Eater in Shaba, Zaire. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Farrell, T. 1991. An Overview of Walter Ong's Work. Pp. 25-43 in Media, Consciousness, and Culture: Exploration of Walter Ong's Work, edited by B.E. Gronbeck, T.J. Farrell, & Paul Soukop. Newbery Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Fine, E., & Haskell Spear, J., eds. 1992. Performance Culture and Identity. Westport, CN: Praeger.

Fine, E.C. 1984. The Folkore Text from Performance to Print. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Finnegan, R. & Horton, R., eds. 1973. Modes of Thought: Essays on Thinking in Western and Non-Western Societies. London, UK: Faber.

Finnegan, R. 1988. Literacy and orality: studies in the technology of communication. New York, NY: Blackwell.

Finnegan, R. 1970. Oral Literature in Africa: Backgrounds, Character, and Continuity. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Finnegan, R. 1992. Oral poetry: Its nature, significance, and social context. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Finnegan, R. 1992. Oral traditions and the verbal arts: a guide to research practices. New York, NY: Routledge.

Foley, J. M. 1977. The Traditional Oral Audience. Balkan Studies 18: 145-53.

Foley, J.M., ed. 1981. Oral Traditional Literature: Festschrift for Alfred Bates Lord. Columbus, OH: Slavica.

Foley, J.M. 1988. The Theory of Oral Composition: History and Methodology. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Foley, J.M. 1991. Immanent art: from structure to meaning in traditional oral epic. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Foley, J.M. 1995. The singer of tales in performance. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Foley, J.M. 2002. How to Read an Oral Poem. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Fowler, R.M. How the secondary orality of the electronic age can awaken us to the primary orality of antiquity, or what hypertext can teach us about the Bible, with reflections on the ethical and political issues of the electronic frontier. http://www.bw.edu/~rfowler/pubs/secondoral/index.html.

Furniss, G., & Gunner, L., eds. 1995. Power, marginality and African oral literature. Cambridge. UK: Cambridge University Press.

Furniss, G. 2004. Orality: the power of the spoken word. Basingstoke, Hampshire; New Yor: Palgrave Macmillan.

Goody, J., & Watt, I. 1963. The Consequence of Literacy. Comparative Studies in Society and History 5: 304-45.

Goody, J. 1977. Domestication of the Savage Mind. Cambridge. UK: Cambridge University Press.

Goody, J. 1986. The Logic of Writing and the Organization of Society. Cambridge. UK: Cambridge University Press.

Goody, J. 1987. The Interface between the Written and the Oral. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Goody, J. 2000. The Power of the Written Tradition. Washington: Smithsonian.

Graham, W. 1987. Beyond the Written Word: Oral Aspects of Scripture in the History of Religion. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Graham, W. 1989. Scripture as Spoken Word. Pp. 129-69 in Rethinking Scripture, edited by M. Levering. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Gray, B. 1971. Repetition in Oral Literature. Journal of American Folklore 84: 289-303.

Green, L. 1999. Oral Culture and the World of Words. Theology 102: 328-35.

Jahandarie, K. 1999. Spoken and Written Discourse: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective. Stamford: Ablex.

Jordan, R. & Kalcik, S., eds. 1985. Women's Folklore, Women's Culture. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania.

Joubert, A. 2004. The Power of Performance. Berlin,Germany: Mouton De Gruyter.

Joubert, A. Defining and Working in an Oral Culture: Between Oral and Written Transmission: The Problems of Textualizing Performance Events. Paper delivered at the SNTS conference in Halle, Germany in August 2005.

Jousse, M. 1990. Études de Psychologie Linguistique: Le Style Oral, Rhythmique et Mnémotechnique chez les Verbo-Moteurs. Archives de Philosophie II 4. Translated by E. Sienaert & R. Whitaker. Paris: Gabriel Beauchesne/New York: Garland.

Jousse, M. 1930. Études sur la Psychologie du Geste: Les Rabbis d'Israel : Les Récitatifs Rhythmiques Parallèles. Paris.

Jousse, M. 1952. Rhythmo-Mélodisme et Rhythmo-Typographism pour le Style Oral Palestinien. Paris.

Jousse, M. 1959. La Manducation de la Lecon dans le Milieu Ethnique Palestinien. Paris.

Jousse, M. 1978. Le Parlant, la Parole et le Souffle. Paris: Gallimard.

Kirk, A., & Thatcher, T., eds. 2005. Memory, Tradition, and Text: Uses of the Past in Early Christianity. Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature.

Lord, A.B. 2000. The Singer of Tales. 2nd ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. S. Mittchell and G. Nagy, eds. (Originally published 1960).

Lord, A.B. 1991. Epic Singers and Oral Tradition. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Loubser, J. A. (2004). Possession and Sacrifice in the New Testament and African Traditional Religion: The Oral Forms and Conventions Behind the Literary Genres. Pp. 187-207 in Anthropology and Biblical Studies: Avenues of Approach, edited by L.J. Lawrence, & M.I. Aguilar. Leiden, The Netherlands: Deo.

Loubser J A. 1993. The Oral Christ of Shembe: Believing in Jesus in Oral and Literate Societies. Scriptura 12: 70-80.

Mazamisa, W. 1991. Reading from This Place: From Orality to Literacy/Textuality and Back. Scriptura Special Issue 9: 67-72.

McLuhan, M., & Fiore, Q. 1967. The medium is the message: an inventory of effects. New York: Random House.

McLuhan, M. 1962. The Gutenberg galaxy: the making of typographic man. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.

Mills, M.A. 1990. Domains of Folkloristic Concern: Interpretation of Scriptures. Pp. 231-241 in Text and tradition, S. Niditch, ed. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Niditch, S. 1996. Oral World and Written Word. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox.

Okpewho, I. 1992. African Oral Literature. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Okpewho, I. 1983. Myth in Africa: a study of its aesthetic and cultural relevance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Omanson, R. L. A Response to Dr. Annekie Joubert's "Defining and Working in an oral culture." Paper delivered at the SNTS conference in Halle, Germany in August 2005.

Ong, W. 1967. The presence of the word: Some prolegomena for cultural and religious history. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Ong, W. J. 1981. The psychodynamics of oral memory and narrative: Some implications for biblical studies. In R. Masson, ed. The Pedagogy of God's Image: Essays on Symbol and the Religious Imagination. The Annual Publication of the College Theology Society.

Ong, W. 1988. Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. London, UK: Routledge.

Ong, W. J. 1977. Interfaces of the Word: Studies in the Evolution of Consciousness and Culture. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Ong, W. J. 1983. Literacy and Orality in our Times. Pp. 126-140 in Composition and literature: Bridging the gap, W. B. Horner, ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Ong, W. J. 1977. Maranatha: Death and Life in the Text of a Book. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 45/4: 419-49.

Ong, W. J. 1982. Oral Remembering and Narrative Structures. Pp. 12-24 in Georgetown University round table on languages and linguistics1981, edited by D. Tannen. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

Ong, W. J. 1958. Ramus, Method, and the Decay of Dialogue: From the Art of Discourse to the Art of Reason. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Ong, W. J. 1971. Rhetoric, Romance, and Technology: Studies in the Interaction of Expression and Culture. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Ong, W. J. 1987. Text as Interpretation: Mark and After. Semeia 39: 7-26.

Ong, W.J. 1986. Writing is a Technology that Restructures thought. Pp. 23-50 in The Written Word: Literacy in Transition, edited by G. Baumann. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press.

Ong, W. J. 1995. World as View and World as Event. Pp. 69-90 in Faith and Contexts, edited by T.J. Farrell, & P.A. Soukup. Vol. 3. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Ong, W. J. Text as Interpretation: Mark and After. Pp. 147-69 in Oral Tradition in Literature, edited by [first initial?] Foley. Rpt. in Farrell, T.J. & Soukup, P.A. (Eds.) (1992). Faith and Contexts, Vol. 2, Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 191 - 210.

Ong, W. J. 1988. Before Textuality: Orality and Interpretation. Pp. 259-69 in Oral Tradition [in literature?], 3. Rpt. in Faith and Contexts, edited by T.J. Farrell, T.J. & P.A. Soukup. (1992), 215 -25.

Parry, M. 1930. Studies in the Epic Technique of Oral Verse-Making, I: Homer and Homeric Style. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 41: 73-147.

Parry, M. 1932. Studies in the Epic Technique of Oral Verse-Making, II: The Homeric Language as the Language of Oral Poetry. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 43: 1-50.

Parry, M. 1933. Whole Formulaic Verses in Greek and Southslavic Heroic Songs. Transactions of the American Philological Association 64, 179-197.

Radner, J.N., ed. 1933. Feminist Messages: Coding in Women's Folk Culture. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois.

Rienking, D. Orality and Literacy. http://www.coe.uga.edu/reading/faculty/dreinking/ONG.html. 10/09/03

Royce, A.P. 1975. Mime. Pp. 191-195 in Folklore, Cultural Performances, and Popular Entertainments, edited by R. Bauman, R. Oxford: University Press.

Schlain, L. 1988. The Alphabet versus the Goddess: The Conflict between Word and Image. New York, NY: Penguin.

Simms, N. 1992. The humming tree: a study in the history of mentalities. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Thomas, G. (2000, Summer). Secondary Ritualization in a Postliterate Culture: Reconsidering and Expanding Walter Ong's Contribution on ‘Secondary Orality.' Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 83.2, 385-409.

Turner, V. 1986. The Anthropology of Performance. New York, NY: PAJ Publications.

Vansina, J. 1985. Oral Tradition as History. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Waquet, F. 2003. Parler Comme un Livre: L'Oralité et le Savoir, XVIe-XXe Siècle. Paris: Albin Michel.

Zumthor, P. 1990. Oral Poetry: An Introduction. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Zumthor, P. 1984. The Text and the Voice. New Literary History 16: 67-92.

Greco-Roman Culture of Orality

Daitz, S. G. 2002. Further Notes on the Pronunciation of Ancient Greek. Classical World 95: 411-12.

Draper, J.A., ed. 2004. Orality, Literacy, and Colonialism in Antiquity. Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature.

Edwards, M. 2002. Sound, Sense, and Rhythm: Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Farone, C. A. 2000. Staging Masculinity: The Rhetoric of Performance in the Roman World. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Hargis, D. 1970. The Rhapsode. Quarterly Journal of Speech 56: 388-97.

Havelock, E. 1963. Preface to Plato. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Havelock, E. A. 1986. The Muse Learns to Write: Reflections on Orality and Literacy from Antiquity to the Present. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press.

Lord, A.B. 2000. The Singer of Tales. 2nd ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. S. Mittchell and G. Nagy, eds. (Originally published 1960).

Renault, M. 1966. The Mask of Apollo. New York: Random House.

Renault, M. 1978. The Praise Singer. New York: Random House.

Scobie, A. 1979. Storytellers, Storytelling, and the Novel in Greco-Roman Antiquity. Remisches Museum fur Philologie 122: 229-59.

Shiell, W.D. 2004. Reading Acts: The Lector and the Early Christian Audience. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Shiner, W. 2003. Proclaiming the Gospel: First Century Performance of Mark. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.

Jewish Culture of Orality

Coote, R. 1976. The Application of Oral Theory to Biblical Hebrew Literature. Semeia 5: 51-64.

Coote, R. 1976. Tradition, Oral, Old Testament. Pp. [?] in Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible. [eds?] Supplemental Volume. Nashville, TN: Abingdon.

Gerhardsson, B. 1961. Memory and Manuscript: Oral Tradition and Written Transmission in Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity. Lung: Gleerup.

Greene, J. T. 1989. The Role of the Messenger and Message in the Ancient Near East, Oral and Written Communication in the Ancient Near East and in the Hebrew Scriptures: Communicators and Communiqués in Context. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Gitay, Y. 1980. Deutero-Isaiah: Oral or Written? Journal of Biblical Literature 99: 185-97.

Jaffe, M. 2001. Torah in the Mouth: Writing and Oral Tradition in Palestinian Judaism: 200 BCE to 400 CE. New York: Oxford University Press.

Jaffe, M. 1994. Figuring Early Rabbinic Literary Culture. Semeia 65: 67-73.

Jospe, R. 1989. The Superiority of Oral over Written Communication: Judah Ha-Levi's Kuzari and Modern Jewish Thought. Pp. 127-56 in From Ancient Israel to Modern Judaism: Intellect in Quest of Understanding. Essays in Honor of Marvin Fox, 3, edited by J. Neusner, E. S. Frerichs, & N. M. Sarna. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Long, B.O. 1976. Recent Field Studies in Oral Literature and Their Bearing on Old Testament Criticism. Vetus Testamentum 26/2: 187-98.

Neusner, J. 1985. The Memorized Torah: The Mnemonic System of the Torah. Chicao, CA: Scholars Press.

Neusner, J, (Ed. and Trans.). 1987. Scriptures of the Oral Torah: Sanctification and Salvation in the Sacred Books of Judaism: An Anthology. San Francisco, CA: Harper & Row.

Nielsen, E. 1954. Oral Tradition: A Modern Problem in Old Testament Introduction. Chicago, IL: Alec R. Allenson.

Person, R. F. 1998. The Ancient Israelite Scribe as Performer. Journal of Biblical Literature 117: 601-09.

Silver, D.J. 1980. The Story of Scripture: From Oral Tradition to the Written Word. New York, NY: Basic.

Whallon, W. 1979. Biblical Poetry and Homeric Epic. Pp. 318-25 in The Bible in its Literary Milieu, edited by V. Tollers & J. Maier. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

Wire, A. 2002. Holy Lives, Holy Deaths: A Close Hearing of Early Jewish Storytellers. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Wire, A., & Hearon, H.E. 2004. The Mary Magdalene Tradition: Witness and Counter-Witness in Early Christian Communities. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

Orality and Literacy in Antiquity

Alexander, L. 1990. The Living Voice: Skepticism Towards the Written Word in Early Christian and in Graeco-Roman Texts. Pp. 221-47 in The Bible in Three Dimensions, edited by D.A. Clines. Sheffield, UK: JSOT Press.

Alexander, L. 1998. Ancient Book Production and the Circulation of the Gospels. Pp. 71-111 in The Gospels for All Christians, edited by R. Bauckham. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

Avrin, L. 1991. Scribes, Script and Books: The Book Arts from Antiquity to the Renaissance. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.

Bar-Ilan, M. 1992. Illiteracy in the Land of Israel in the First Centuries C. E. Pp. 26-61 in Essays in the Social Scientific Study of Judaism and Jewish Society, edited by S. Fishbane, S. Schoenfeld, & A. Goldschaeger, A. Vol. 2. Hoboken, NJ: KYAV.

Bar-Ilan, M. 1988. Scribes and Books in the Late Second Commonwealth and Rabbinic Period. Pp. 21-37 in Mikra: Text, Translation, Reading and Interpretation of the Hebrew Bible in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity, edited by M.J. Mulder. Compendia Rerum Iudaicarum ad Novum Testamentum, Vol. 1. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.

Botha, P. 1992. Greco-Roman Literacy as Setting for New Testament Writings. Neotestamentica 26: 195-215.

Botha, P. 1993. Living Voice and Lifeless Letters: Reserve Towards Writing in the Graeco-Roman World. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 49: 742-59.

Botha, P. 1990. Mute Manuscripts: Analyzing a Neglected Aspect of Ancient Communication. Theologia Evangelica 23: 35-47.

Botha, Pieter. 1992. Letter writing and Oral Communication in Antiquity: Suggested Implications for the Interpretation of Paul's Letter to the Galatians. Scriptura 42: 17-34.

Bowman, A. K. & Woolf, G., eds. 1994. Literacy and Power in the Ancient World. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Cole, S. 1981. Could Greek Women Read and Write? Pp. 219-246 in Reflections of Women in Antiquity, edited by H.P. Foley. New York: Gordon and Breach.

Cribiore, R. 1996. Writing, Teachers, and students in Greco-Roman Egypt. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Curchin, L. A. 1995. Literacy in the Roman Provinces: Qualitative and Quantitative Data from Central Spain. American Journal of Philology 116: 461-76.

Derrenbacker, R.A. 1998. Writing, Books, and Readers in the Ancient World. American Rheological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 52/1: 205-229.

Derrenbacker, R.A., Jr. 2005. Ancient Compositional Practices and the Synoptic Problem. Leuven: Leuven University Press.

Doty, W.G. 1973. Letters in Primitive Christianity. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.

Downing, F. G. 1996. Word-Processing in the Ancient World: the Social Production and Performance of Q. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 64: 29-48.

Draper, J.A., ed. 2004. Orality, Literacy, and Colonialism in Antiquity. Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature.

Epp, E. J. 1991. New Testament Papyrus Manuscripts and Letter Carrying in Greco-Roman Times. Pp. 36-56 In The Future of Early Christianity: Essays in Honor of Helmut Koester, edited by B. Pearson. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.

Hurtado, Larry. The Earliest Christian Artifacts: Manuscripts and Christian Origins. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006.

Gamble, H.Y. 1995. Books and Readers in the Early Church: A History of Early Christian Texts. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press.

Gavrilov, A. K. 1997. Techniques of Reading in Classical Antiquity. Classical Quarterly 47: 56-73.

Goode, R. 2004. Orality and Function of Written Texts in the World of the New Testament. Paper delivered at the Society of Biblical Literature annual meeting.

Haines-Eitzen, K. 2000. Guardians of Letters: Literacy, Power, and the Transmitters of Early Christian Literature. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Hainsworth, J. B. 1970. The Criticism of an Oral Homer. The Journal of Hellenic Studies 90: 90-8.

Havelock, E.A., & Hershell, J.P., eds. 1978. Communication Arts in the Ancient World. New York, NY: Hastings House Publishers.

Havelock, E.A. 1985. Oral Composition in the Oedipus Tyrranus of Sophocles. New Literary History 16: 175-97.

Havelock, E. A. 1963. Preface to Plato. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press.

Havelock, E.A. 1986. The muse learns to write: reflections on orality and literacy from antiquity to the present. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press.

Havelock, E.A. 1982. The Literate Revolution in Greece and Its Cultural Consequences. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Harris, W. 1986. Ancient Literacy. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Hearon, H. 2004. (Ed.). Distant Voices Drawing Near. Essays in Honor of Antoinette Clark Wire. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

Hendrickson, H. L. 1929. Ancient Reading. The Classical Journal 25: 182-96.

Hezser, Catherine. Jewish Literacy in Roman Palestine. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2001.

Kenyon, F.G. 1951. Books and Readers in Ancient Greece and Rome. Second edition. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press.

Knox, B. M. W. 1968. Silent Reading in Antiquity. Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 9: 421-35.

Kraus, T. J. (1999, July). ‘Uneducated', ‘Ignorant', or Even ‘Illiterate'? Aspects and Background for an Understanding of AγρAμματοI [Grammatoi] and ιδιΩται in Acts 4:13. New Testament Studies 45: 434-49.

Lentz, T.M. 1989. Orality and Literacy in Hellenic Greece. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.

Longenecker, R.N. 1974. Ancient Amanuenses and the Pauline Epistles. Pp. 281-97 in New Dimensions in New Testament Study, edited by R. Longenecker & M.C. Tenney. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

McCartney, E.S. 1948. Notes and Discussions: Notes on Reading and Praying Audibly. Classical Philology 43: 184-87.

McDonnell, M. 1996. Writing, Copying, and Autograph Manuscripts in Ancient Rome. Classical Quarterly 42: 469-91.

McGuire, M. R.P. 1960. Letters and Letter Carriers in Christian Antiquity. The Classical World 53: 148-53, 184-85, 199-200.

Millard, A. 2000. Reading and Writing in the Time of Jesus. New York, NY: New York University Press.

Morstein-Marx, Robert. Mass Oratory and Political Power in the Late Roman Republic. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Murphy-O'Connor, J. 1995. Paul the Letter-Writer: His World, his Options, his Skills. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

Nagy, Gregory. Poetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Nardoni, E. 1992. Interaction of Orality and Textuality: Response to Arthur J. Bellinzoni. The Second Century: A Journal of Early Christian Studies 9/4, 265-70.

Nielson, E. 1954. Oral Tradition Studies in Biblical Theology. London, UK: SCM Press.

Noakes, S. 1992. Gracious Words: Luke's Jesus and the Reading of Sacred Poetry at the Beginning of the Christian Era. Pp. 38-57 in The Ethnography of Reading, edited by J. Boyarin. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Peabody, B. 1975. The Winged Word: A Study in the Technique of Ancient Greek Oral Composition as Seen Principally through Hesiod's Works and Days. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Penny, J. 1997. Wax Tablets of the Mind: Cognitive Studies of Memory and Literacy in Classical Antiquity. London; New York: Routledge,.

Richards, E. R. 1991. The Secretary in the Letters of Paul. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 2, Reihe 42. Tübingen, Germany: Mohr.

Richards, E. R. 2004. Paul and First-Century Letter Writing: Secretaries, Composition and Collection. Downers Grove, IL: Inter-Varsity Press.

Schenkveld, D. 1992. Prose Usages of Akouein ‘to Read'. Classical Quarterly 42: 129-41.

Sharpe, J., McKendrick, S., & Van Kampen, S. 1998. Pp. 1-8 in The Bible as Book: The Manuscript Tradition, edited by J.L. Sharpe, & K.Van Kampen. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press.

Slusser, M. 1992. Reading Silently in Antiquity. Journal of Biblical Literature 111: 499.

Starr, R.J. (1991, April-May). Reading Aloud: Lectores and Roman Reading. The Classical Journal 86/4: 337-43.

Stirewalt, M. L. 1993. Studies in Ancient Greek Epistolography. SBL Resources for Biblical Study 27. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Stirewalt, M. L. 2003. Paul, the Letter Writer. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

Stowers, S. K. 1986. Letter writing in Greco-Roman antiquity. Philadelphia, PA: Westminster Press.

Thomas, R. 1992. Key themes in ancient history: Literacy and orality in ancient Greece. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Thomas, R. 1990. Oral tradition and written record in classical Athens. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Troll, D.A. 1990. The Illiterate Mode of Written Communication: The Work of the Medieval Scribe. Pp. 96-125 in Oral and Written Communication: Historical Approaches, edited by R.L.Enos. Newbury Park, CA: SAGE Publications.

White, J. L. 1986. Light from Ancient Letters. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.

White, J. L. 1988. Ancient Greek Letters. Pp. 85-105 in Greco-Roman Literature and the New Testament: Selected Forms and Genres, edited by D. Aune. SBL Sources for Biblical Study 21. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Yaghjian, L.B. 1996. Ancient Reading. Pp. 206-230 in The Social Sciences and New Testament Interpretation, edited by R. Rohrbaugh, R. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson.

Orality and Literacy in the Middle Ages

Bäuml, F.H. 1980. Varieties and Consequences of Medieval Literacy and Illiteracy. Speculum 55/2: 237-65.

Doane, A. N., and Pasternack, C.B., eds. 1991. Vox Intexta: Orality and Textuality in the Middle Ages. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Eisenstein, E. 1979. The Printing Press as an Agent of Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Green, D. H. 1990. Orality and Reading: The State of Research in Medieval Studies. Speculum 65/2: 267-80.

Olson, D. R. 1994. The World on Paper: The Conceptual and Cognitive Implications of Writing and Reading. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Olson, D. R.& Torrance, N. eds. 1991. Literacy and Orality, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Olson, D. R., Torrance, N. & Hidyard, A. 1985. Literacy, Language, and Learning: The Nature and Consequences of Reading and Writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Saenger, P. 1982. Silent Reading: Its Impact on Late Medieval Script and Society. Viator 13: 367-414.

Scribner, S., & Cole, M. 1981. The Psychology of Literacy. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Stock, B. 1996. Listening for the text: on the uses of the past. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Stock, B. 1983. The implications of literacy: written language and models of interpretation in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Walker, R. 1971. Oral Delivery or Private Reading? A Contribution to the Debate on the Dissemination of Medieval Literature. Forum for Modern Language Studies 7: 36-42.

Street, B. 1983. Literacy in Theory and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Street, B., ed. 1993. Cross-Cultural approaches to literacy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

New Testament Culture of Orality

Achtemeier, P. 1990. Omni Verbum Sonat: The New Testament and the Environment of Late Western Antiquity. Journal of Biblical Literature 109: 3-27.

Amphoux, C.B. 1988. Le style oral dans le Nouveau Testament. Études Théologiques et Religieuses 63/3: 379-84.

Anderson, O. 1991. Oral Tradition. Pp. 17-58 in Jesus and the Oral Gospel Tradition, edited by H. Wansbrough. JSN Supp. Series 64; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Botha, P. 1991. Mark's Story as Oral Traditional Literature: Rethinking the Transmission of Some Traditions about Jesus. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 47: 304-31.

Botha, P. 1993. The Historical Setting of Mark's Gospel: Problems and Possibilities. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 51: 27-55.

Byrskog, S. 2000. Story as History, History as Story: The Gospel Tradition in the Context of Ancient Oral History. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Dewey, J., ed. 1995. Orality and Textuality in Early Christian Literature. Semeia 65.

Downing, F. G. 1996. Word-Processing in the Ancient World: The Social Production and Performance of Q. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 64: 29-48.

Emmel, S. 1998. The Christian Book in Egypt. Pp. 35-43 in The Bible as Book: The Manuscript Tradition, edited by J. Sharpe, & K. Van Kampen. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press.

Gilliard, F.D. 1993. More Silent Reading in Antiquity: Non Omne Verbum Sonabat. Journal of Biblical Literature 112/4: 689-94.

Harvey, J.D. 2002. Orality and Its Implications for Biblical Studies: Recapturing an Ancient Paradigm. Journal for the Evangelical Theological Society 45: 99-109.

Horsley, R.A. & Draper, J.A.. 1999. Whoever Hears You Hears Me: Prophets, Performance, and Tradition in Q. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.

Horsley, R.A. 2001. Hearing the Whole Story: The Politics of Plot in Mark's Gospel, by R. A. Horsley. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.

Horsley, R.A., ed. Hidden Transcripts and the Arts of Resistance: Applying the Work of James C. Scott to Jesus and Paul. Semeia 48 (2004).

Horsley, R.A., Jonathan A. Draper, and John Miles Foley, editors. Performing the Gospel: Orality, Memory, and Mark. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2006.

Horsley, R.A., ed. 2006. Oral Performance, Popular Tradition, and Hidden Transcript in Q. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature,.

Horsley, R.A.., J. A. Draper, J. M. Foley, ed. 2006. Performing the Gospel: Orality, Memory And Mark. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

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Kelber, W. Orality, Scribality, and Oral - Scribal Interfaces: Jesus - Tradition - Gospels, Review and Present State of Research. Paper delivered at the SNTS conference in Halle, Germany in August 2005.

Klem, H. 1982. Oral Communication of Scripture: Insights from African Oral Art. Pasadena,CA: William Carey Library.

Nielson, E. 1954. Oral Tradition Studies in Biblical Theology. London, UK: SCM Press.

Osiek, Carolyn. The Shepherd of Hermas. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1999.

Parker, D.C. 1997. The Living Text of the Gospels. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Silberman, L., ed. 1987. Orality, Aurality, and Biblical Narrative. Semeia 39.

Classical Rhetoric

Aldrete, G. 1999. Gesture and Acclamations in Ancient Rome. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Anderson, R. D., Jr. 1999. Ancient Rhetorical Theory and Paul. Leuven: Peeters.

Boegehold, A. J. 1999. When Gesture Was Expected: A Selection of Examples from Achaic and Classical Greek Literature. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Botha, J. E., 1996. Exploring Gesture and Non-Verbal Communication in the Bible and in the Ancient World: Some Initial Observations. Neotestamentica 30: 253-66.

Bremmer, J., & Roodenburg, H., eds. 1992. A Cultural History of Gesture. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Corbeill, A. Nature Embodied: Gesture in Ancient Roman. http://pub.princeton.edu/titles/7681.htm/

Hall, J., & Bond, R. 2002. Performative Elements in Cicero's Orations: An Experimental Approach. Prudentia 37: 187-228.

Hall, J. 2004. Cicero and Quintilian on the Oratorical Use of Hand Gestures. Classical Quarterly 54: 143-60.

Household, A. J. When Gesture was Expected: A Selection of Examples from Archaic and Classical Greek Literature. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.

Hughes, F. W. 1989. Early Christian Rhetoric and 2 Thessalonians. Sheffield, UK: Almond.

Kennedy, G. 1984. New Testament Interpretation through Rhetorical Criticism. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Kennedy, G. 1980. Classical Rhetoric and its Christian and Secular Tradition from Ancient to Modern Times. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Kennedy, G.A. 1963. The Art of Persuasion in Greece. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Kennedy, G.A. 1972. The Art of Rhetoric in the Roman world 300 B.C.-A.D. 300. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Kennedy, G.A. 1983. Greek Rhetoric under Christian Emperors. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Loubser, J. A. 2001. Reconciling Rhetorical Criticism with its Oral Roots. Neotestamentica 35/1-2: 95-110.

Mack, B.L. 1990. Rhetoric and the New Testament. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress.

Olbricht, T. 1997. Delivery and Memory. Pp. 159-167 in Handbook of Classical Rhetoric in the Hellenistic Period-330 B. C. to A. D. 400, edited by S. Porter. Leiden, The Netherlands: E.J. Brill.

Porter, S. E., ed. 1997. Handbook of Classical Rhetoric in the Hellenistic Period: 330 B. C.-A. D. 400. Leiden, The Netherlands: E.J. Brill.

Robbins, V.K. (1993). Progymnasic Rhetorical Composition and Pre-Gospel Traditions: A New Approach. Pp. 111-47 in The Synoptic Gospels, edited by C. Focant. Leuven: Leuven University Press.

Robbins, V. 1996. Exploring the Texture of Texts: A Guide to Socio-Rhetorical Interpretation. Valley Forge, PA, Trinity International.

Shiner, W. 2003. Proclaiming the Gospel: First Century Performance of Mark. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.

Smith, R.W. 1974. The Art of Rhetoric in Alexandria: Its Theory and Practice in the Ancient World. The Hague, Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.

Sonkowsky, R.P. 1959. An Aspect of Delivery in Ancient Rhetorical Theory. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association 90: 256-74.

Watson, D.F. & Hauser, A.J. 1994. Rhetorical Criticism of the Bible: A Comprehensive Bibliography with Notes on History and Method. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Wilder, A.N. 1971. Early Christian Rhetoric: The Language of the Gospel. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Wilson, V.M. 1997. Divine Symmetries: The Art of Biblical Rhetoric. Laneham, Md.: University Press of America.

Wuellner, W. 1991. Rhetorical Criticism and its Theory in Culture-Critical Perspective: The Narrative Rhetoric of John 11. Pp. 171-85 in Text and Interpretation: New Approaches in the Criticism of the New Testament, edited by P. J. Hartin and J. H. Petzer. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

New Testament Interpretation

Aitken, E.B. 2004. Jesus' Death in Christian Memory: The Poetics of the Passion. Göttingen/ Fribourg, Germany: Vanderhoeck and Academic Press.

Bailey, K. E. 1973. Recovering the poetic structure of 1 Cor. 1 17 - 2 2: A Study in Text and Commentary. Novum Testamentum 17: 265-96.

Bailey, K.E. 1976. Poet and Peasant and Through Peasant Eyes. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

Bailey, K. 1991. Informal Controlled Oral Tradition and the Synoptic Gospels. Asia Journal of Theology, 5:1, 34-54.

Bailey, K. E. 1995. Middle Eastern Oral Tradition and the Synoptic Gospels. The expository times 106: 363-67.

Barr, D. 1986. The Apocalypse of John as Oral Enactment. Interpretation 40: 243-56.

Bartholomew, G. 1987. Feed My Lambs: John 21:15-19 as Oral Gospel. Semeia 39: 69-86.

Barton, S.C. 1999. New Testament Interpretation as Performance. Scottish Journal of Theology 52/2: 179-208.

Beavis, M.A. 1989. Mark's Audience: The Literary and Social Setting of Mark 4.11-12. JSNT Supp. Series 33. Sheffield, UK: JSOT Press.

Bobertz, C.A. 2002. Prolegomena to a Ritual/ Liturgical Reading of the Gospel of Mark. Pp. 174-87 in Reading in Christian communities: Essays on interpretation in the early church, edited by C. Bobertz & D. Brakke. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

Boomershine, T. 1988. Story Journey: An Invitation to the Gospel as Storytelling. Nashville, TN: Abingdon.

Boomershine, T. 1987. Peter's Denial as Polemic or Confession: The Implication of media Theory for Biblical Hermeneutics. Semeia 39: 47-68.

Boomershine, T. 1987. Biblical Megatrends: Towards a Paradigm for the Interpretation of the Bible in Electronic Media. Pp. 144-57 in SBL seminar papers 26, edited by K. Richards. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Boomershine, T. 1974. Mark the Storyteller: A Rhetorical-CriticalI investigation of Mark's Passion and Resurrection Narrative. Ph. D. dissertation. Union Theological Seminary, New York.

Botha, P. 1993. The Historical Setting of Mark's Gospel: Problems and Possibilities. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 51: 27-55.

Botha, P. 1992. Letter Writing and Oral Communication in Antiquity: Suggested Implications for the Interpretation of Paul's Letter to the Galatians. Scriptura 42: 17-34.

Botha, P. 1991. Mark's Story as Oral Traditional Literature: Rethinking the Transmission of Some Traditions about Jesus. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 47: 304-31.

Botha, P. 1998. Paul and Gossip: A Social Mechanism in Early Christian Communities. Neotestamentica 32: 267-88.

Botha, P. 1993. The Verbal Art of the Pauline Letters: Rhetoric, Performance and Presence. Pp. 409-28 in Rhetoric and the New Testament: Essays from the 1992 Heidelberg Conference, edited by S. Porter & T.H. Olbricht. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Botha, P. 2004 Cognition, Orality-Literacy, and Approaches to First-Century Writings. In Orality, Literacy, and Colonialism in Antiquity, edited by Jonathan Draper, 37-63. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature,.

Bryan, C. 1993. A Preface to Mark: Notes on the Gospel in its Literary and Cultural Context. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Byrskog, S. 2000. Story as History-History as Story: The Gospel Tradition in the Context of Ancient Oral History. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Callahan, A.D. 1995. The Language of the Apocalypse. Harvard Theological Review 88: 453-570.

Carter, W. 1996. Matthew: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson.

Chapell, B. 1988. The Incarnate Voice: An Exhortation for Excellence in the Oral Reading of Scripture. Presbyterion 14: 42-57.

Crafton, J. 1991. The Agency of the Apostle: A Dramatistic Analysis of Paul's Responses to Conflict in 2 Corinthians. JSNT Supp. Series 51; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Daugherty, E. C. A. 1990. The Syntax of the Apocalypse. Ph. D. dissertation: Catholic University of America.

Davis, C. 1999. Oral Biblical Criticism: The Influence of the Principles of Orality on the Literary Structures of Paul's Epistle to the Philippians. JSNT Supp. Series 172; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Davis, C.W. 1999. Oral Biblical Criticism: Raw Data in Philippians. Pp. 96-124 in Linguistics and the New Testament: Critical Junctures, edited by S. Porter, & D.A. Carson. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Dean, M. 1996. The Grammar of Sound in Greek Texts: Towards a Method of Mapping the Echoes of Speech in Writing. Australian Biblical Review 44: 53-70.

Dean, M.E. 1998. Textured Criticism. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 70: 79-91.

Dewey, A. 1994. A Re-Hearing of Romans 10:1-15. Semeia 65: 109-27.

Dewey, J. 1989. Oral Methods of Structuring Narrative in Mark. Interpretation 43: 32-44.

Dewey, J. 1991. Mark as Interwoven Tapestry: Forecasts and Echoes for a Listening Audience. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 53: 221-31.

Dewey, J. 1995. Textuality in Oral Culture: A Survey of the Pauline Traditions. Semeia 65: 37-65.

Dewey, J. 1996. From Storytelling to Written Text: The Loss of Early Christian Women's Voices. Biblical Theology Bulletin 26: 71-8.

Dewey, J. 1992. Mark as Oral Narrative: Structures as Clues to Understanding. Sewanee Theological Review 36: 45-56.

Dewey, J. 1998. From Oral Stories to Written Texts. Pp. 20-28 in Women's Sacred Scriptures, edited by K. Pui-Lon, E. Schussler Fiorenza, & L. Cahill. Vol. 3. London, UK: SCM Press.

Dewey, J. 1994. The Gospel of Mark as an Oral-Aural Event: Implications for Interpretation. Pp. 145-61 in The new literary criticism and the New Testament, edited by E. Struthers Malbon & E. McKnight. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Dewey, J., ed. 1995. Orality and Textuality in Early Christian Literature. Semeia 65.

Dewey, J. 2004. The Survival of Mark's Gospel: A Good Story? Journal of Biblical Literature 123/3: 495-507.

Downing, F. G. 2000. DoingThings with Words in the First Christian Century. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Downing, F. G. 2000. Markan Intercalation in Cultural Context. Pp. [?] in Narrativity in biblical and related texts, edited by G.J. Brooke, & J.D. Kaestli. Leuven: Leuven University Press.

Draper, J.A. 2002. Less Literate are Safer: The Politics of Orality and Literacy in Biblical Interpretation. Anglican Theological Review 84/2: 303-18.

Dudrey, R. 2003. 1 John and Public Reading of Scripture. Stone-Campbell Journal 6: 235-55.

Dunn, J. 2000. Jesus in Oral Memory: The Initial Stages of the Jesus Tradition. Pp. 287-326 in SBL 2000 Seminar Papers. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Dunn, J.D.G. 2003. Jesus Remembered. Christianity in the Making Vol. 1.Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

Dunn, J.D.G. 2003. Altering the Default Setting: Re-envisaging the Early Transmission of the Jesus Tradition. New Testament Studies 49: 139-75.

Dunn, James D. G. A New Perspective on Jesus: What the Quest for the Historical Jesus Missed. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2005.

Du Rand, J. 1990. A Socio-Psychological View of the Effect of the Language (Parole) of the Apocalypse of John. Neotestamentica 24: 351-65.

Fowler, R. 1991. ‘Let the Reader Understand': Reader-Response Criticism and the Gospel of Mark. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.

Funk, R. 1967. The Apostolic Parousia: Form and Significance. Pp. 249-268 in Christian history and interpretation to John Knox, edited by W. Farmer, et al. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Gerhardsson, B. 2005. The Secret of the Transmission of the Unwritten Jesus Tradition. New Testament Studies 51: 1-18.

Glancille, R. 1955. The Predominance of Ear over Eye in the Experience of St Paul. London Quarterly and Holborn Review 180: 293-97.

Gregory, A. 2004. An Oral and Written Gospel? Reflections on Remembering Jesus. The Expository Times 116: 7-12.

Hall, M. 1986. The Living Word: An Auditory Interpretation of Scripture. Listening 21: 25-42.

Hart, T.A., & Guthrie, S.R., eds. 2005. Faithful Performances: The Enactment of Christian Identity in Theology and the Arts. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Harvey, J.D. 1998. Listening to the Text: Oral Patterning in Paul's Letters. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.

Harvey, J. D. 2002. Orality and its Implications for Biblical Studies: Recapturing an Ancient Paradigm. Journal for the Evangelical Theological Society 45: 99-109.

Havelock, E. 1963. Preface to Plato. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Hearon, H.E. 2004. The Mary Magdalene Tradition: Witness and Counter-Witness in Early Christian Communities. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

Hearon, H.E. 2003. The Implications of "Orality" for Studies of the Biblical Text. Presented at Orality, Narrativity, Memory: A Tribute to the Scholarship of Werner Kelber. Paper presented at annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature.

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Henaut, B.W. 1993. Oral Tradition and the Gospels: The Problem of Mark 4. JSNT Supp. Series 82; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Henderson, I. H. 1992. Didache and Orality in Synoptic Comparison. Journal of Biblical Literature 111/1-2: 283-306.

Hollander, H.W. 2000. The Words of Jesus: From Oral Traditions to Written Record in Paul and Q. Novum Testamentum 42: 340-57.

Horsley, R. 2001. Hearing the Whole Story: The Politics of Plot in Mark's Story. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox.

Horsley, R. & Draper, J. 1999. Whoever Hears You Hears Me: Prophets, Performance, and Tradition in Q. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.

Horsley, R. A., J. A. Draper, and J. M. Foley, eds. 2006. Performing the Gospel: Orality, Memory And Mark. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

Juel, D. 1997. The Strange Silence of the Bible. Interpretation 51: 5-19.

Keck, L.E. 1978. Oral Traditional Literature and the Gospels: The Seminar. Pp. 103-22 in The Relationship Among the gospels, edited by W.O. Walker. San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press.

Kelber, W. 1983. The Oral and the Written Gospel: The Hermeneutics of Speaking and Writing in the Synoptic Tradition, Mark, Paul, and Q. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.

Kelber, W. 1987. Biblical Hermeneutics and the Ancient Art of Communication: A Response. Semeia 39: 97-105.

Kelber, W. Orality, Scribality, and Oral - Scribal Interfaces: Jesus - Tradition - Gospels, Review and Present State of Research. Paper delivered at the SNTS conference in Halle, Germany in August 2005.

Kelber, W. 1990. In the Beginning Were the Words: The Apotheosis and Narrative Displacement of the Logos. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 58/1: 69-98.

Kelber, W. "Jesus and Traditions: Words in Time, Words in Space." Semeia 65 (1994) 139-67.

Lash, N. (year?) Theology on the Way to Emmaeus, [place of publication, publisher name?] 42.

Leloir, L. 1971. La Lecture de l'Écriture Selon les Anciens Pères. Revue d'Ascétique et de Mystique 47: 183-200.

Lohr, C.H. 1961. Oral Techniques in the Gospel of Matthew. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 23: 403-35.

Long, B.O. 1976. Recent Field Studies in Oral Literature and Their Bearing on Old Testament Literature. Vetus Testamentum 26: 187-98.

Lord, A.B. 1978. The Gospels as Oral Traditional Literature. Pp. 33-92 in The Relationships among the Gospels: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, edited by W.O. Walker, Jr. San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press.

Loubser, J. A. 1993. Orality and Pauline "Christology": Some Hermeneutical Implications. Scriptura 47: 25-51.

Loubser, J. A. 2002. What is Biblical Media Criticism? A Media-Critical Reading of Luke 9: 51-56. Scriptura 80: 206-19.

Loubser, J.A. 2004. How Do You Report Something that was said with a Smile? - Can we Overcome the Loss of Meaning when Oral-Manuscript Texts of the Bible are Represented in Modern Printed Media? Scriptura 87: 296-314.

Loubser J A. 1995. Orality and Literacy in the Pauline Corpus: Some New Hermeneutical Implications. Neotestamentica 29/1: 61-74.

Loubser, J A. 2000. Media Criticism and the Myth of Paul, the Creative Genius and his Forgotten Co-workers. Neotestamentica 34/2: 329-47.

Loubser, J.A. 2002. Many Shades of Orality and Literacy: Media Theory and
Cultural Difference
. Alternation 9/1: 26-45.

Loubser, J.A. 2002. What is Biblical Media Criticism? A Media-Critical Reading of Luke 9:51-56. Scriptura 80/2: 206-19.

Loubser, J. A. 2005. Invoking the Ancestors: Some Socio-Rhetorical Aspects of the Genealogies in the Gospels according to Matthew and Luke. Neotestamentica 39/1: 127-40.

Loubser, J. A. "New Possibilities for Understanding Ancient Gospel Performances." Paper presented at the Convention of the Society for Biblical Literature in Philadelphia, PA, 2005.

Loubser, J. A. Orality and Manuscript Culture in the Bible. Stellenbosch, South Africa: Sun Press, in publication, 2006. (Retain reference to "in publication"?)

Maier, H. 2002. Apocalypse Recalled: The Book of Revelation after Christendom. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress.

Malbon, E.S. 1993. Echoes and Foreshadowing in Mark 4-8: Reading and Rereading. Journal of Biblical Literature 112: 211-30.

Malbon, E.S. 2002. Hearing Mark: A Listener's Guide. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity International Press.

Malina, B. 1991. Interpretation: Reading, Abduction, Metaphor. Pp. 253-66 in The Bible and the Politics of Exegesis, edited by D. Jobling, P. Day, & G. Shepherd. Cleveland, OH: Pilgrim Press.

Malina, B. 1991. Reading Theory Perspective. Pp. 3-23 in The Social World of Luke-Acts: Models for Interpretation, edited by J. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson.

McGuire, M. 1960. Letters and Letter Carriers in Antiquity. Classical World 53: 148-53, 184-85, 199-200.

Miller, J. H. 2001. Parable and Performative in the Gospels and Modern Literature. Pp. 128-141 in The Postmodern Bible Reader, edited by D. Jobling. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

Mitchell, M. 1992. New Testament Envoys in the Context of Greco-Roman Diplomatic and Epistolary Conventions: The Example of Timothy and Titus. Journal of Biblical Literature 111: 641-62.

Parunak, H.V.D. 1981. Oral Typesetting: Some Uses of Biblical Structure. Biblica 62: 153-68.

Porter, S., ed. 2004. Reading the Gospels Today. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

Prickett, S. 1986. Words and the Word: Language, Poetics and Biblical Interpretation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Rebera, B. 1992. Translating a Text to be Spoken and Heard: A Study of Ruth 1. Bible Translator 43: 230-36.

Rhoads, D. 1992. Performing the Gospel of Mark. Pp. 102-19 in Body and Bible: Interpreting and Experiencing Biblical Narratives, edited by B. Krondorfer. Philadelphia, PA: Trinity International Press. 102-119. Republished in Reading Mark, Engaging the Gospel, edited by D. Rhoads, 2004, Pp. 176-201. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.

Rhoads, D., Dewey, J., & Michie, D. 1999. Mark as Story: An Introduction to the Narrative of a Gospel. 2nd ed. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. (originally published in 1982).

Rhoads, D. Performance Criticism: An Emerging Methodology on Biblical Studies. Paper presented at the SBL meeting in November 2005.

Riesner, R. 1991. Jesus as Preacher and Teacher. Pp. 185-210 in Jesus and the Oral Gospel, edited by H. Wansbrough. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Scott, B.B. & Dean, M. 1993. A Sound Map of the Sermon on the Mount. Pp. 672-725 in SBL Seminar Papers. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Shiell, W.D. 2004. Reading Acts: The Lector and the Early Christian Audience. Leiden, the Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Shiner, W. 2004. Applause and Applause Lines in the Gospel of Mark. Rhetoric and Hermeneutics: Essays in Honor of Wilhelm Wuellner, edited by J.D. Hester. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.

Shiner, W. 2004. Creating the Kingdom: The Performance of Mark as Revelatory Event. S. Ringe & H.C. Paul Kim. Literary Encounters with the Reign of God: Festschrift for Robert Tannehill. Harrisburg, PA: T & T Clark International.

Shiner, W. 1988. Creating Plot in Episodic Narratives: Life of Aesop and the Gospel of Mark. Pp. 155-76 in Ancient Fiction and Early Christian Narrative, edited by R. Hock, B. Chance, & J. Perkins. SBL Symposium Series 6; Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.

Shiner, W. 2003. Proclaiming the Gospel: First Century Performance of Mark. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.

Spielmann, R. 2004. "The Word is Near You, on Your Lips and in Your Heart": A Case for the Proclamation of the New Testament Letters through Oral and Electronic Media. Unpublished masters thesis. Waterloo Lutheran Seminary.

Stein, R. H. 2003. Is our Reading the Bible the Same as the Original Audience's Hearing of it? A Case Study in the Gospel of Mark. Journal for the Evangelical Theological Society 46: 63-78.

Talbert, C.H. 1978. Oral and Independent or Literary and Interdependent?: A Response to Albert B. Lord. Pp. 93-102 in The Relationship among the Gospels, edited by W.O. Walker. [Jr.?] San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press.

Upton, Bridget G. Hearing Mark's Ending: Listening to Ancient Popular Texts Through Speech Act Theory. Leiden: Brill, 2006.

Walker, W.O. Jr., 1978. The Relationships among the Gospels. An Interdisciplinary Sialogue. San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press.

Wansbrough, H. 1991. Jesus and the Oral Gospel. JSNT Supp. Series 64; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Ward, R. 1987. Paul and the Politics of Performance at Corinth: A Study of 2 Corinthians 10-13. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

Ward, R. 1994. Pauline Voice and Presence as Strategic Communication. Semeia 65: 95-107.

Wietzke, W.R. 1988. The Primacy of the Spoken Word: Redemptive Proclamation in a Complex World. Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress Press.

Winger, T. M. 1997. Orality as the Key to Understanding Apostolic Proclamation in the Epistles. Unpublished dissertation. Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO.

Wire, A. 1994. Performance, Politics and Power: A Response. Semeia 65: 129-35.

Yorke, G. 2003. Grace and Peace in the Pauline Corpus and the Portuguese Bible: Implications for Translating ‘Grace' in Lusophone Africa and a ‘Peace' Proposal for UBS Handbooks. Bible Translator 54: 332-46.

Yorke, Gosnell. A Response to Werner Kelber for the SNTS Seminar #12 - The NT Oral Culture and Bible Translation - August 2-6, 2005, Halle Germany. Paper delivered at the SNTS conference in Halle, Germany in August 2005.

Theater

Beckerman, Bernard. Theatrical Presentation: Performer, Audience, and Act, edited by Gloria Brim Beckerman and William Coco. New York: Routledge, 1990.

Bieber, M. 1961. The History of the Greek and Roman Theater. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Bilezekian, G. 1977. The Liberated Gospel: A Comparison of the Gospel of Mark and Greek Tragedy. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker.

Bozarth-Campbell, A.R. 1997. The Word's Body: An Incarnational Aesthetic of Interpretation. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Brant, J. 2004. Dialogue and Drama: Elements of Greek Tragedy in the Fourth Gospel. Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers.

Childers, J. 1996. Performing the Word: Preaching as Theatre. Nashville, TN: Abingdon.

Crafton, J. 1991. The Agency of the Apostle: A Dramatistic Analysis of Paul's Responses to Conflict in 2 Corinthians. JSNT Supp. Series 51; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Doan, W., & Giles, T. 2002. Masking God-Application of Drama Theory to Biblical Texts. Proceedings: Eastern Great Lakes and Midwest Bible Societies, edited by B. Fiore. Vol. 2. Buffalo, NY: EGLMBS.

Doan, W., & Giles, T. 2005. Prophets, Performance, and Style. London, UK: T & T Clark.

Erlenwein, P. 2002. Bibliodrama: A Modern Body-Mind Hermeneutics. Asia Journal of Theology 16: 327-40.

Graf, F. 1992. Gestures and conventions: the gestures of Roman actors and orators. Pp. 36-58 in A Cultural History of Gesture, edited by J. Bremmer & H. Roodenburg. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.

Hart, T.A., & Guthrie, S.R., eds. 2005. Faithful Performances: The Enactment of Christian Identity in Theology and the Arts. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Hecht, A. 2003. Bibliodrama and Exegesis. Dei Verbum 66 or 67 (?): 6-10.

Kelly, H. A. 1979. Tragedy and the Performance of Tragedy in Late Roman Antiquity. Traditio 35: 21-44.

Krondorfer, B. 1992. Body and Bible: Interpreting and Experiencing Biblical Narratives. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.

de Jorio, A. 2000. Gesture in Naples and Gesture in Classical Antiquity. Translated by Adam Kendon. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Lecoq, J. 2001. The Moving Body: Teaching Creative Theatre. New York, NY: Routledge.

Levy, S. 2000. The Bible as Theatre. Brighton, UK: Sussex Academic Press.

Levy, S. 1999. Theatre and Holy Spirit. Brighton, UK: Sussex Academic Press.

Maclean, M. 1988. Narrative as Performance: The Baudelairean Experiment. New York, NY: Routledge.

Scheub, H. 1977. Body and Image in Oral Narrative Performance. New Literary History 8: 345-67.

Spolin, V. 1963. Improvisation for the Theater. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

Swanson, R. 2004. Provoking the Gospel: Methods to Embody Biblical Storytelling. Cleveland, OH: Pilgrim Press.

Tolbert, M.A. 1989. Sowing the Gospel: Mark's World in Literary Historical Perspective. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.

Translation for Performance

Bartsch, C. 1997. Oral Style, Written Style, and Bible Translation. Notes on Translation 11: 41-8.

Boomershine, T.E. 1991. Biblical Translation and Communication Technology. United Bible Societies Bulletin 160/161: 14-9.

Boomershine, T.E. 1994. A Transmediatization Theory of Biblical Translation. United Bible Societies Bulletin 170/171: 49-57.

Boomershine, T.E. "Biblical Megatrends: Towards a Paradigm for the Interpretation of the Bible in Electronic Media." In SBL Seminar Papers, ed. Kent Richards, 144-157. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989.

Boomershine, T.E. "Biblical Translation and Communication Technology." United Bible Societies Bulletin 160/161 (1991): 14-19.

Cosgrove, Charles H., editor. "English Bible Translation in Postmodern Perspective: Reflections on a Critical Theory of Holistic Translation." In The Challenge of Bible Translation: Communicating God's Word to the World, edited by Glen G. Scorgie, et al., 159-74. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003.

Ellingworth, Paul. "Orality and Bible Translation." Paper presented in Aberdeen, Scotland at SNTS, 2006.

Elliott, S. S. 2001. "The word" in text, sound, and image: the American Bible Society's New Media Bible and the Research Center for Scripture and Media. Available from http://www.context.net/Academia/The%20Word%20in%20Sound%20and%20Image.pdf;

Franklin, Karl. "Oral Societies and our Textual Bias." Word & Deed 2, no. 3 (2003): 47-58.

Fry, E. M., 2004. An Oral Approach to Translation. Bible Translator 55: 506-10.

Fox, E. 1995. The Five Books of Moses: A New Translation with Introduction, Commentary, and Notes. New York: Shocken Books.

Hill, H. 2006. The Bible at Cultural Crossroads: From Translation to Communication. Manchester: St. Jerome Publishing.

Hodgson, R., & Soukop, P., eds. 1997. From One Medium to Another: Basic Issues for Communicating the Scriptures in New Media. New York, NY: American Bible Society.

Hope. E. R. 2004. A Text-Linguistic Model for Media Scriptures. The Bible Translator 55: 441-48.

Maxey, James. "African Orality: Implications for Exegesis and Translation." Presented to the New Testament Discipline Group of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools, 2005.

Montenyohl, E.L. 1993. Strategies for the Presentation of Oral Traditions in Print. Oral Tradition 8/1: 159-86.

van Niekerk, A., & Pauw, C.J. 2000. Understanding and/or Participation? The Goal of Making the Bible Available in Oral Context. Scriptura 74: 249-57.

Noss, P.A. 1981. The Oral Story and Bible Translation. Bible Translator 32: 301-18.

Noss, P.A. 1976. The Psalms and Gbaya Literary Style. Bible Translator 27: 110-18.

Soukup, P. A., & Hodgson, R. 1999. Fidelity and Translation: Communicating the Bible in the New Media. Franklin, WI: Sheed and Ward.

Sterk, J.P. 2004. Translation and Media: How Different Can We Be and Still Be Equivalent (or at Least Similar)? Pp. 127-51 in Similarity and Difference in Translation: Proceedings of the International Conference on Similarity and Translation, edited by S. Arduini & R. Hodgson, Jr. Rimini, Italy: Guaraldi.

Sundersingh, J. 1999. Toward a Media Based Translation: Communicating Biblical Scriptures to Non-literates in Rural Tamilnadu, India. Unpublished dissertation. Fuller Theological Seminary, School of World Mission. Ph.D. in Inter-Cultural Studies.

Thomas, K.J. 1990. Seeking a Methodology for Exegetical Checking of Audio Scriptures. Bible Translator 41: 301-11.

Thomas, Kenneth J. and Margaret Orr Thomas. Structure and Orality in 1 Peter: A Guide for Translators. New York: United Bible Societies, 2006.

de Vries, L. 2000. Bible Translation and Primary Orality. Bible Translator 51: 101-14.

de Waard, J. 1968. Un Manuel de Traduction Orale pour le Pays Bamiléké. Bible Translator 19/3: 131-42.

Wendland, E.R. and J. P. Louw. 1993. Graphic Design and Bible Reading: Exploratory Studies in the Typographical Reresentation of the Text of Scripture in Translation. Capetown: Bible Society of South Africa.

Wendland, E.R. 1994. Oral-Aural Dynamics of the Word, with Special Reference to John 17. Notes on Translation 8: 19-43.

Wendland, E.R. 1993. Duplicating the Dynamics of Oral Discourse in Print. Notes on Translation 7: 26-44.

Wendland, E.R. 2004. Translating the Literature of Scripture: A Literary-Rhetorical Approach to Bible Translation. Dallas, TX: SIL International.

Wendland, E.R. LiFE-Style Translating. Dallas: SIL International, 2006.

Wendland, E.R. "The Drama of James: The Oral Performance of a NT Epistle and its Implications for Bible Translation, with Special Reference to James 2:14-26." Paper presented in Sibiu, Romania at SNTS, July 2007.

Yorke, G. "Grace and Peace in the Pauline Corpus and the Portuguese Bible: Implications for Translating ‘Grace' in Lusophone Africa and a ‘Peace' Proposal for UBS Handbooks." The Bible Translator 54 (2003): 332-346.

Discourse Analysis

Black, D.A., Barnwell, K., & Levinsohn, S. 1992. Linguistics and New Testament Interpretation: Essays on Discourse Analysis. Nashville, TN: Broadman Press.

Black, D.A. 1995. Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek: A Survey of Basic Concepts and Applications. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker.

Hansford, K. 1992. The Underlying Poetic Structure of I John. Journal of Translation and Textlinquistics 5: 126-74.

Larson, I. 2001. Word Order and Relative Prominence in New Testament Greek. Notes and Translation 15: 13-27.

Levinsohn, S. 2000. Discourse Features of New Testament Greek: A Coursebook on Informational Structure of New Testament Greek. Second edition. Dallas, TX: SIL.

Porter, S. & Reed, J., eds. 1989. Discourse Analysis and the New Testament: Approaches and Results. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Porter, S. & Reed, J., eds. 1995. Discourse Analysis and Other Topics in Biblical Greek. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Reed, J., ed. 1997. Discourse Analysis. Pp. 189-218 in Handbook to Exegesis of the New Testament, edited by S. Porter. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Shaw, D. & Van Engel, C. 2003. Appendix B. Pp. 226-35 in Communicating God's Word in a Complex World: God's Truth or Hocus Pocus. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Sociolinguistics

Aslam, Rekha. 1990. Linguistic Differences in Speaking and Writing: With Special Reference to Involvement and Detachment Strategies. New Delhi: Northern Book Centre.

Beaman, K. 1984. Coordination and Subordination Revisited: Syntactic Complexity in Spoken and Written Narrative Discourse. Pp. 45-80 in Coherence in Spoken and Written Discourse, edited by D. Tannen. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Biber, D. 1988. Variation across Speech and Writing. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Bright, W. 1982. Literature: Written and Oral. Pp. 271-83 in Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1981, edited by D. Tannen. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

Chafe, W.L. 1982. Integration and Involvement in Speaking, Writing, and Oral Literature. Pp. 35-53 in Coherence in Spoken and Written Discourse, edited by D. Tannen. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

DeVito, J.A. 1965. Comprehension Factors in Oral and Written Discourse of Skilled Communicators. Speech Monographs 32: 124-28.

DeVito, J.A. 1967. Levels of Abstraction in Spoken and Written Language. Journal of Communication 17: 354-61.

DeVito, J.A. 1966. Psychogrammatical Factors in Oral and Written Discourse by Skilled Communicators. Speech Monographs 33/1: 73-6.

Drieman, G. H. J. 1962. Differences between Written and Spoken Language: An Exploratory Study. Acta Psychologica 20: 36-57, 78-100.

Furniss. G. 2005. Interfaces Between the Oral and the Written/Interfaces entre l'écrit et l'oral: Versions and Subversions in African Literatures II. Ricard, A. & Veit-Wild, F. eds.. New York: Editions Rodopi BV., Amsterdam:

Gibson, J.W., Gruner, C.R., Kibler, R.J., & Kelly, F.J. 1996. A Quantitative Examination of Differences and Similarities in Written and Spoken Messages. Speech Monographs 33/4: 444-51.

Greene, W.C. 1951. The Spoken and the Written Word. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 60: 23-59.

Greenfield, P. M. 1972. Oral and Written Language: The Consequences for Cognitive Development in Africa, the United States and England. Language and Speech 15: 169-178.

Gumperz, J.J., Kaltman, H., & O'Connor, M.C. 1984. Cohesion in Spoken and Written Discourse: Ethnic Style and Transition to Literacy. Pp. 3-19 in Coherence in Spoken and Written Discourse, edited by D. Tannen. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Halliday, M. 1978. Language as Social Semiotic: The Social Interpretation of Language and Meaning. London, UK: Edward Arnold.

Halliday, M.A.K. 1989. Spoken and Written Language. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Hymes, D. 1972. Models of the Interaction of Language and Social Life. Pp. 35-71 in Directions in Sociolinguistics, edited by J.J.Gumperz & D. Hymes. New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

Hymes, D. 2003. Now I Know Only So Far: Essays in Ethnopoetics. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Kroll, B. 1977. Combining Ideas in Written and Spoken English: A Look at Subordination and Coordination. Pp. 69-109 in Discourse across Time and Space, edited by E. O. Keenan and T. L. Bennett. Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California.

Lakoff, R.T. 1982. Some of my Favorite Writers are Literate: The Mingling of Oral and Literate Strategies in Written Communication. Pp. 239-60 in Spoken and Written Language: Exploring Orality and Literacy, edited by D. Tannen. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Neef, M., A. Neijt & R. Sproat. 2002. The Relation of Writing to Spoken Language. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag.

McGregor, G., ed. 1986. Language for Hearers. Oxford, UK: Pergamon Press.

McGregor, G., & White, R.S., eds. 1990. Reception and Response: Hearer Creativity and the Analysis of Spoken and Written Texts. London, UK: Routledge.

Murray, D.E. 1988. The Context of Oral and Written Language: A Framework for Mode and Medium Switching. Language and Society 17: 351-73.

O'Donnell, R.C. 1974. Syntactic Differences between Speech and Writing. American Speech 49: 102-10.

Olson, D.R. (1977, August). From Utterance to Text: The Bias of Language in Speech and Writing. Harvard Educational Review 47/3: 257-81.

Poyatos, F. 1979. The Challenge of ‘Total Body Communication' in an Interdisciplinary Field of Integrative Research. Pp. [?] in A Semiotic Landscape, edited by S.Chatman, , U.C. Eco, & J. Klinkenberg. The Hague, Netherlands: Mouton.

Schieffelin, Edward L. "Moving Performance to Text: Can Performance be Transcribed?" Oral Tradition 20, no. 1 (2005): 80-92.

Tannen, D., ed. 1982. Spoken and Written Language: Exploring Orality and Literacy. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Tannen, D. 1982. The Oral/Literate Continuum in Discourse. Pp. 1-16 in Spoken and Written Language: Exploring Orality and Literacy, edited by D. Tannen. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Tedlock, D. 1999. Finding the Center: The Art o f the Zuni Storyteller, 2nd edition. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Tedlock, D. 1983. The Spoken Word and the Work of Interpretation. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Greek Language Pronunciation/Sound

Allen, W.S. 1974. Vox Graeca: A Guide to the Pronunciation of Classical Greek. Second Edition. London, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Caragounis, C. 2004. The Development of Greek and the New Testament: Morphology, Syntax, Phonology, and Textual Transmission (WUNT 137). Mohr-Siebeck: Tübingen.

Daitz, S. G. 2002. Further Notes on the Pronunciation of Ancient Greek. Classical World 95: 411-12.

Devince, A.M., & Stephens, L.D. 1994. The Prosody of Greek Speech. New York: Oxford University Press.

Edwards, M. 2002. Sound, Sense, and Rhythm: Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Sevenster, J. N. 1968. Do you know Greek?: How much Greek could the First Jewish Christians Have Known? Leiden Netherlands: E.J. Brill

Stanford, W.B. 1967. The Sound of Greek: Studies in the Greek Theory and Practice of Euphony. Berkley, CA: University of California Press.

Wetherill, W. P. (for rhetorical impact of sound on a hearer) [??]

Oral Interpretation of Literature

Apczynski, J. 1977. Doers of the Word. Missoula, MT: Scholars Press.

Armstrong, C. & Brandes, P. 1963. The Oral Interpretation of Literature. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Arnold, C. 1984. Criticism of Oral Rhetoric. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill.

Bacon W. 1972. The Art of Interpretation. New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Bauman, R. 1986. Verbal Art as Performance. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Bauman, R. 1986. Story, Performance and Event: Contextual Studies of Oral Narrative. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Bausch, W. J. 1989. Storytelling, Imagination and Faith. Mystic, CT: Twenty Third Publications.

Bechtel, T. 2004. How to Eat your Bible: Performance and Understanding for Mennonites. Conrad Grebel Review.

Bozarth-Campbell, A.R. 1997. The Word's Body: An Incarnational Aesthetic of Interpretation. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Childers, J. 1996. Performing the Word: Preaching as Theatre. Nashville, TN: Abingdon.

Geiger, D. 1963. The Sound, Sense, and Performance of Literature. Chicago, IL: Scott, Foresman.

Degh, L. 1995. Narratives in Society: A Performer-Centered Study of Narration. Helsinki, Finland: Suomalainen Tiedeakaternia..

Foley, J.M. 2002. How to Read an Oral Poem. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Hagen, U. 1973. Respect for Acting. New York: McMillan.

Hagen, U. 1991. Challenge for the Actor. New York: Scribner's.

Issacharoff, M. & Jones, R., eds. 1988. Performing Texts. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Jason, H., & Segal, D., eds. 1977. Patterns in Oral Literature. Chicago, IL: Aldine.

Lee, C. 1971. Oral Interpretation. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.

Lee, C. 1974. Oral Interpretation of Scriptures. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.

Livo, N. & Rietz, S. 1986. Storytelling: Process and Practice. Littleton, Co.: Libraries Unlimited.

Long, B. W. and M.F. Hopkins. Performing Literature. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1982.

Lowry, S. & Johnson, G.E. 1942. Interpretive Reading: Techniques and Selections. New York, NY: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Maclean, M. 1988. Narrative as Performance: The Baudelairean Experiment. New York, NY: Routledge.

Pelias, R.J. 1992. Performance Studies: The Interpretation of Aesthetic Texts. New York, NY: St. Martins Press.

Roloff, L. 1973. The Perception and Evocation of Literature. Glenview, IL: Scott Foresman and Co.

Schechner, R. E. 2002. Performance Studies: An Introduction. New York, NY: Routledge.

Schechner, R. E. 1988. Performance Theory. New York, NY: Routledge.

Ward, R. 1992. Speaking from the Heart: Preaching with Passion. Nashville, TN: Abingdon.

Whitaker, L., Hopkins, B., & Hopkins, M.F. 1982. Performing Literature. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Yordan, J.E. 1993. Roles in Interpretation. Madison, WI: WCB Brown & Benchmark.

Speech Act Theory

Annotated Introductory Bibliography on Speech Act Theory and Selected General Bibliography on Speech Act Theory. Semeia 41 1988: 163-78.

Austin, J.L. 1975. How to Do Things with Words. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. (Originally published 1962)

Botha, J. E. 1996. Exploring Gesture and Non-verbal Communication in the Bible and in the Ancient World: Some Initial Observations. Neotestamentica 30: 253-66.

Boman, T. 1960. Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek. Philadelphia, PA: Westminster Press.

Botha, J. E. "Pragmatic Models of Text Interpretation and Bible Translation: Speech-Act Theory and Non-Verbal Communication." Paper presented in Sibiu, Romania at SNTS, July 2007.

Botha, J. E. "The Potential for Speech Act Theory for New Testament Exegesis: Some Basic Concepts." Hervormde Teologiese Studies 47 (1991) 294-303.

Botha, J. E. "Exploring Gesture and Non-Verbal Communication in the Bible and in the Ancient World: Some Initial Observations." Neotestamentica 30 (1996) 253-66.

Briggs, R. 2001. The Use of Speech Act Theory in Biblical Interpretation. Current Research in Biblical Studies 9: 229-76.

Briggs, R. S. 2003. Getting Involved: Speech Acts and Biblical Interpretation. Anvil 20: 25-34.

Briggs, R. 2001. Words in Action: Speech Act Theory and Biblical Interpretation: Toward a Hermeneutic of Self-Involvement. Edinburgh, UK: T & T Clark.

Buss, M.J. 1988. Potential and Actual Interactions between Speech Act Theory and Biblical Studies. Semeia 41: 125-34.

Downing, F. G. 2000. Doing Things with Words in the First Christian Century. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Hancher, M. 1988. Performative Utterance, the Word of God, and the Death of the Author. Semeia 41: 27-40.

Neufeld, D. 1994. Reconceiving Texts as Speech Acts: An Analysis of I John. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Patte, D. 1988. Speech Act Theory and Biblical Exegesis. Semeia 41: 85-102.

du Plessis, J. G. 1991. Speech Act Theory and New Testament Interpretation with Special Reference to G. N. Leech's Pragmatic Principles. Pp. 129-42 in Text and Interpretation: New Approaches in the Criticism of the New Testament, edited by P. J. Hartin and J. H. Petzer. Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Pratt, Mary Louise. Towards A Speech Act Theory of Literary Discourse. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1977.

Searle, J.R. 1969. Speech Acts: An Essay in the Philosophy of Language. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Thistleton, A.C. 1974. The Supposed Power of Words in Biblical Writings. Journal of Theological Studies 25: 283-99.

Upton, Bridget G. Hearing Mark's Ending: Listening to Ancient Popular Texts Through Speech Act Theory. Leiden: Brill, 2006.

White, H.C. 1988. Introduction: Speech Act Theory and Literary Criticism. Semeia 41: 3-24.

White, Hugh C. editor. Speech Act Theory and Biblical Criticism. Semeia 41. Decatur, GA: Scholars Press, 1988.

Works of Kenneth Burke. Review article by Botha. [??]

Memory

Abel, E.L. 1971. The Psychology of Memory and Rumor Transmission and their Bearing on Theories of Oral Transmission in Early Christianity. The Journal of Religion 51/4: 270-81.

Assmann, J. Form as a Mnemonic Device. 2006. Pp. 67-82 in Performing the Gospel: Orality, Memory And Mark R. A. Horsley, J. A. Draper, and J. M. Foley, eds. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

Baddeley, A. 1999. Essentials of human memory. Hove, UK: Psychological Press.

Boorstin, D. 1983. The Lost Art of Memory. Pp. 480-97 in The Discoverers. New York, NY: Random House.

Carruthers, M. 1990. The Book of Memory: A Study of Memory in Medieval Culture. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Clanchy, M.T. 1979. From Memory to Written Record: England, 1066-1307. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Fitzmyer, J.A. 1962. Memory and Manuscript: The Origins and Transmission of the Gospel Tradition. Theological Studies 23: 442-57.

Gerhardsson, B. 1998. Memory and Manuscript: Oral Tradition and Written Transmission in Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity, 2 edition. Grand Rapids, Mich: William B. Eerdmans Pub (Originally Published in 1961).

Horsley, R. A., J. A. Draper, and J. M. Foley, eds. 2006. Performing the Gospel: Orality, Memory And Mark. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

Kelber, W. "The Generative Force of Memory: Early Christian Traditions as Processes of Memory." Biblical Theology Bulletin 36 (2006) 15-22. The entire issue is devoted to social memory. (Retain last sentence?)

Lord, A.B. 2000. The Singer of Tales. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Second edition by S. Mittchell and G. Nagy. (Originally Published in 1960).

Mendels, Doron. Memory in Jewish, Pagan, and Christian Societies of the Greco-Roman World: Fragmented Memory-Comprehensive Memory- Collective Memory. London: T & T Clark, 2004.

Minkley, G. & Rassool, C. 1998. Orality, Memory, and Social History in South Africa. Pp. 89-99 in Negotiating the Past: The Making of Memory in South Africa, edited by S. Nuttall & C. Coetzee. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press.

Penny, J. Wax Tablets of the Mind: Cognitive Studies of Memory and Literacy in Classical Antiquity. London; New York: Routledge, 1997.

Schacter, D. 2001. The Seven Sins of Memory. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin.

Searleman, A. & Herrmann, D. 1994. Memory from a Broader Perspective. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Small, J.P. 1995. Artificial Memory and the Writing Habits of the Literate. Helios 22/2: 159-66.

Tatum, J. 1995. Memory in Recent Humanistic Research. Helios 22/2: 151-55.

Tedlock, D. 1990. From Voice and Ear to Hand and Eye. Journal of American

Folklore 103: 133-56.

Vansina, J. 1980. Memory and Oral Tradition. The African Past Speaks: Essays on Oral Tradition, edited by J.C. Miller. Folkestone , UK: Archon.

Yates, F. 1966. The Art of memory. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

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