Selvidge, Marla J(ean)
SELVIDGE, Marla J(ean)
SELVIDGE, Marla J(ean). American, b. 1948. Genres: Theology/Religion, Women's studies and issues. Career: John Wesley College, High Point, NC, assistant professor of religion, 1973-74; Thalhimers, Greensboro, NC, personnel director and senior executive, 1974-76; Center for Reformation Research, St. Louis, MO, research assistant, 1976-77; St. Louis University, director of Evening Division, College of Arts and Sciences, 1977-80, lecturer, 1978-80; Carthage College, Kenosha, WI, assistant professor of religion, 1980-81; University of Dayton, assistant professor of religious studies, 1981-83; Converse College, Spartanburg, SC, assistant professor of religion, 1983-87, chairperson, Department of Religion and Philosophy, 1984-85; coordinator of planning, grant writing, and public relations for public schools in Cheshire, CT, 1987-89; Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, assistant professor of religious studies and philosophy, 1989-90; Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, associate professor, 1990-94, professor of religious studies, 1994-, director of Center for Religious Studies, 1990-. Publications: (ed.) Fundamentalism Today: What Makes It So Attractive?, 1984; Daughters of Jerusalem, 1987; Woman, Cult, and Miracle Recital, 1990; Discovering Women, 1995; Notorious Voices: The Roots of Feminist Biblical Interpretation, 1996; Violence, Women, and the Bible, 1996; Notorious Voices: A Reader, 1997; The New Testament: A Timeless Book for All Peoples, 1998; Exploring the New Testament, 2003. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to journals. Address: 180 E Loch Lloyd Pkwy, Belton, MO 64012, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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