王珏
讲师
BEd (Alberta); MDiv (CUHK); MA, PhD (Vanderbilt)

电话: (852) 3943 5150
电邮: sonia.wong@cuhk.edu.hk

研究兴趣
  1. Deuteronomistic (Hi) Story
  2. The Pentateuch
  3. Postcolonial Theories and Postcolonial Biblical Criticism
  4. Psychoanalytic Theories and Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism
  5. Cross-Textual Hermeneutics of the Hebrew Bible and Chinese (Con)Texts
  6. Feminist Biblical Criticism
  7. Ancient Southwest Asian Culture and Literature
  8. Persian Empire
  1. Postcolonial-Psychoanalytic Criticism of the Solomonic Kingdom
  2. Political Ambiguity in the Deuteronomistic (Hi) Story
  3. Cross-Textual Criticism of Didactic Literature for Women in the Hebrew Bible and the Chinese Imperial Era
  1. “Naked Exposure of the Female Body in the Hebrew Bible and Modern China.” In Asian Feminist Biblical Studies, edited by Maggie Low. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, CUHK, forthcoming.
  2. “Zelophehad’s Daughters as Lienü (Exemplary Women): Reading Numbers 27:1-11 and 36:1-12 in the Discursive Context of Confucianism.” In Handbook to Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics, edited by Uriah Y. Kim and Seung Ai Yang. New York: T&T Clark, forthcoming.
  3. “Gendering Nakedness ( ערוה ) and Sexual Policing.” In Wisdom Commentary: Leviticus, by S. Tamar Kamionkowski. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical, forthcoming.
  4. “Naked Exposure as a Shaming Device: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.” In Wisdom Commentary: Leviticus, by S. Tamar Kamionkowski. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical, forthcoming.
  5. “The Questionable Legitimacy of the Ransoming Power of Purification and Reparation Offerings: A Chinese Cultural Perspective.” In Wisdom Commentary: Leviticus, by S. Tamar Kamionkowski. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical, forthcoming.
  6. “A Comparison of Chinese Creation Myths and Biblical Texts.” In Global Perspectives on the Bible, edited by Mark Roncace and Joseph Weaver, 2-3. Boston: Pearson, 2014.
  7. “The Notion of כפר [k-p-r] in the Book of Leviticus and Chinese Popular Religion.” In Leviticus and Numbers, edited by Athalya Brenner and Archie Chi Chung Lee, 77-95. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2013.
  8. “The Birth, Early Life, and Commission of Moses: A Reading from Post-Handover Hong Kong.” In Exodus and Deuteronomy, edited by Athalya Brenner and Gale A. Yee, 139-155. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2012.