Chosen Peoples: The Bible, Race and Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century
This innovative interdisciplinary volume explores the politics of biblical translation and interpretation in a global context, demonstrating how biblical ideas and metaphors shaped narratives of racial, national and identity in the long nineteenth century. -- .
Gareth Atkins; Shinjini Das; Brian Murray
- Manchester University Press
- 240 pages
- Paperback / softback
- United Kingdom
- Colonialism & imperialism