Storia dell'antico Israele: primo semestre 2004-05
Charles Conroy [www.cjconroy.net/hist/hist00a.htm]



Gli autori della cosiddetta scuola "revisionista" o "minimalista"
(detta anche [inesattamente] Scuola di Copenhagen)


Davies, P. R., In Search of 'Ancient Israel' (JSOTSup 148; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1992, 21996).

Davies, P. R., Whose Bible is It Anyway? (JSOTSup 204; Sheffield; Sheffield Academic Press, 1995); new edition with an added chapter (London: T & T Clark, 2004).

Davies, P. R., "Whose History? Whose Israel? Whose Bible? Biblical Histories, Ancient and Modern", in L. L. Grabbe (ed.), Can a 'History of Israel' be Written? (JSOTSup 245 / European Seminar in Historical Methodology, 1; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997) 104-122.

Davies, P. R., "The Future of 'Biblical History'", in D. J. A. Clines – S. D. Moore (eds.), Auguries: The Jubilee Volume of the Sheffield Department of Biblical Studies (JSOTSup 269; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998) 126-141.

Davies, P. R., "What Separates a Minimalist from a Maximalist? Not Much", BAR 26/2 (2000) 24-27, 72-73. [reply by Dever in the same issue].

Davies, P. R., "The Intellectual, the Archaeologist and the Bible", in J. A. Dearman – M. P. Graham (eds.), The Land That I Will Show You: Essays on the History and Archaeology of the Ancient Near East in Honour of J. Maxwell Miller (JSOTSup 343; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001) 239-254.

Lemche, N. P., "Ḥabiru, Ḥapiru", ABD III (1992) 6-10.

Lemche, N. P., "Israel, History of (Premonarchic Period)", ABD III (1992) 526-545.

Lemche, N. P., "Is It Still Possible to Write a History of Ancient Israel?", SJOT 8 (1994) 165-190.

Lemche, N. P., Die Vorgeschichte Israels. Von den Anfängen bis zum Ausgang des 13. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. (Biblische Enzyklopädie, 1; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1996): = Prelude to Israel's Past. Background and Beginnings of Israelite History and Identity (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1998).

Lemche, N. P., "Early Israel Revisited", CR:BS 4 (1996) 9-34.

Lemche, N. P., "Response to William G. Dever, 'Revisionist Israel Revisited'", CR:BS 5 (1997) 9-14. [cf. Dever 1996]

Lemche, N. P., "Clio is Also Among the Muses! Keith W. Whitelam and the History of Palestine: A Review and a Commentary", in L. L. Grabbe (ed.), Can a 'History of Israel' be Written? (JSOTSup 245 / European Seminar in Historical Methodology, 1; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997) 123-155.

Lemche, N. P., "The Origin of the Israelite State. A Copenhagen Perspective on the Emergence of Critical Historical Studies of Ancient Israel in Recent Times", SJOT 12 (1998) 44-63.

Lemche, N. P., "The Old Testament – a Hellenistic Book", in L. L. Grabbe (ed.), Did Moses Speak Attic? Jewish Historiography and Scripture in the Hellenistic Period (JSOTSup 317 / European Seminar in Historical Methodology, 3; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001) 287-318.

Lemche, N. P., "Chronology and Archives – When Does the History of Israel and Judah Begin?", in D. M. Gunn – P. M. McNutt (eds.), 'Imagining' Biblical Worlds: Studies in Spatial, Social and Historical Constructs in Honor of James W. Flanagan (JSOTSup 359; London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002) 264-276.

Thompson, T. L., The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives: The Quest for the Historical Abraham (BZAW 133; Berlin: de Gruyter, 1974).

Thompson, T. L., Early History of the Israelite People. From the Written and Archaeological Sources (Studies in the History of the Ancient Near East, 4; Leiden: Brill, 1992).

Thompson, T. L., "A New-Albrightean School in History and Biblical Scholarship?", JBL 114 (1995) 683-98. [reply to Provan]

Thompson, T. L., "Historiography of ancient Palestine and early Jewish historiography: W.G. Dever and the not so new biblical archaeology", in V. Fritz (ed.), The Origins of the Ancient Israelite States (JSOTSup 228; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996) 26-43.

Thompson, T. L., The Mythic Past: Biblical Archaeology and the Myth of Israel (New York: Basic Books, 1999). The British edition has a different title but the same content: The Bible in History. How Writers Create a Past (London: Jonathan Cape, 1999).

Thompson, T. L., "The Bible and Hellenism: A Response", in L. L. Grabbe (ed.), Did Moses Speak Attic? Jewish Historiography and Scripture in the Hellenistic Period (JSOTSup 317 / European Seminar in Historical Methodology, 3; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001) 274-286.

Thompson, T. L., "Methods and Results: A Review of Two Recent Publications", SJOT 15 (2001) 306-325. [On Dever 2001 and Finkelstein & Silberman 2001].

Whitelam, K. W., "Between History and Literature: The Social Production of Israel's Tradition of Origin", SJOT 2/1991, 60-74.

Whitelam, K. W., "The Identity of Early Israel: The Realignment and Transformation of Late Bronze - Iron Age Palestine", JSOT 63 (1994) 57-87.

Whitelam, K. W., The Invention of Ancient Israel. The Silencing of Palestinian History (London: Routledge, 1996).

Whitelam, K. W., "Prophetic conflict in Israelite history: Taking sides with William G. Dever", JSOT 72 (1996) 25-44.

Whitelam, K. W., "Palestine during the Iron Age", in J. Barton (ed.), The Biblical World (London: Routledge, 2002) 391-415.

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