Sandra Huebenthal, English Publications


2016. “Teaching Mark as Collective Memory. In Communication and Pedagogy and the Gospel of Mark. Edited by E. Shively and G. van Ooyen. Atlanta, GA: SBL.

2015. “A Possible New World. How the Possible Worlds Theory Can Enhance Understanding of Mark.” Annali di Storia dell’Esegesi 32: 393-414.

2012. “Social and Cultural Memory in Biblical Exegesis.” Pages 175-199 in Cultural Memory in Biblical Exegesis. Edited by P. Carstens, T. Hasselbalch, N. P. Lemche. Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 17). Piscataway, NJ: Georgias. (Review Chris Keith).

2010. “Luke 24:13-35 and Social Memory in Luke.” Pages 85-95 in Biblical Interpretation in Early Christian Gospels. Volume 3: The Gospel of Luke. Edited by Tom Hatina. London 2010, 85-95. (