Tania Oldenhage, English Publications

2012. “Jesus‘ Labor Pain: Rereading Birth and Crisis in the Passion Narratives.” Lectio Difficilior. European Electronic Journal for Feminist Exegesis 2.

2006. “Walking the Way of the Cross: German Places, Church Traditions, and Holocaust Memories.” Pages 89-99 in Recovering Memory: Exposing Religion, Violence, and the Remembrance of Place. Edited by Oren B. Stier and J. Shawn Landres.  Indiana; University of Indiana Press.

2007. “Laboring in the Vineyard.” The Living Pulpit. Dedicated to the Art of the Sermon 16.3: 32-35.

2002. Parables for Our Time: Rereading New Testament Scholarship after the Holocaust. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2002. “Reading the Cross at Auschwitz: Holocaust Memories und Passion Narratives.” Pages 140-154 in A Shadow of Glory: Reading the New Testament after the Holocaust. Edited by Tod Linafelt. New York: Routledge.

2001. “How to Read a Tainted Text: The Wicked Husbandmen in a Post-Holocaust Context.” Pages 165-176 in Postmodern Interpretations of the Bible – A Reader. Edited by AKM Adam. St. Louis: Chalice Press.

1997. “Parables for Our Time? Post-Holocaust Interpretations of the Stories of Jesus” Semeia 77: 227-241.

1995. “Displacements and the Jewish Question.” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Jewish Studies 14.1: 185-188.