Dr Holly Morse – University Of Manchester
Holly is lecturer in Bible, Gender and Culture at the University of Manchester, and co-director of the Bible, Gender and Church Research Centre. Holly has a DPhil from the University of Oxford, where she wrote her thesis (forthcoming with Oxford University Press) on the biblical figure of Eve and her cultural reception, focusing on marginalised readers and readings. Her ongoing research interests include the Hebrew Bible, gender, visual arts, female biblical interpretation, and hermeneutics. She has published on biblical reception criticism, appropriations of biblical women within the Women’s Movement, trauma, revenge porn and slut shaming in the biblical prophets. In her spare time, Holly enjoys dressmaking, drawing, and visiting art galleries.
Courses taught by Dr Holly Morse – University Of Manchester
About This Course The Women in the Bible course is one of a series of events being sponsored by The Bible, Gender and Church Research Centre, ( https://cliffcollege.ac.uk/gender-centre) based at Cliff College. The course will be delivered by Dr Kirsi . . .