The Qumran scrolls and the demise of the distinction between higher and lower criticism The formation and renewal of scriptural tradition Justifying deviance : the place of scripture in converting to the Qumran self-understanding Memory, cultural memory, and rewriting scripture Hypertextuality and the "parabiblical" Dead Sea scrolls Controlling intertexts and hierarchies of echo in two thematic eschatological commentaries from Qumran Pešer and midraš in Qumran literature : issues for lexicography Genre theory, rewritten Bible, and Pesher Room for interpretation : an analysis of spatial imagery in the Qumran pesharim The silent God, the abused mother, and the self-justifying sons : a psychodynamic reading of scriptural exegesis in the pesharim Types of historiography in the Qumran scrolls What makes a text historical? : assumptions behind the classification of some Dead Sea scrolls The scrolls from Qumran and Old Testament theology.
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