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|| Ye ma wo mo! African hermeneuts, you have spoken at last: reflections on Semeia 73 (1996) / Eric Anum -- "Dear God! give us our daily leftovers and we will be able to forgive those who trouble our souls": some perspectives on conversational biblical hermeneutics and theologies / Mogomme Alpheus Masoga -- (Ac)claiming the (extra)ordinary African "reader" of the Bible / Gerald O. West -- "Ordinary" reading in "extraordinary" times: a Jamaican love story / Stephen C.A. Jennings -- Who was Hagar? mistress, divorcee, exile, or exploited worker: an analysis of contemporary grassroots readings of Genesis 16 by Caucasian, Latina, and Black South African women / Nicole M. Simopoulos -- Remembering the Bible as a critical "pedagogy of the oppressed" / Janet Lees -- Journeying with Moses toward true solidarity: shifting social and narrative locations of the oppressed and their liberators in Exodus 2-3 / Bob Ekblad -- "How could he ever do that to her?!" or, How the woman who anointed Jesus became a victim of Luke's redactional and theological principles / Monika Ottermann -- Bible and citizenship / Valmor da Silva -- The Bible in British urban theology: an analysis by a Finnish companion / Kari Latvus -- Responses. Reading other-wise / Naveen Rao -- Growing together: challenges and chances in the encounter of critical and intuitive interpreters of the Bible / Werner Kahl.