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Vaude Women's Moab Rain Jacket  - Eclipse
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Vaude Women's Moab Rain JacketThe Women's Moab Rain Jacket is engineered from a material certified by the strict bluesign® system environmental standard, it's comfortably lightweight, stretchy and offers maximum functionality for riding. With an excellent level of breathability sweat can escape and should you start to feel too warm then simply unzip the underarm ventilation to let in cooling airflow.The water-repellent front zip, with inner storm flap, drawcord at the bottom hem plus an adjustable hood provides total weather protection when the heavens open. Vaude add reflective elements so you have greater visibility when you're caught out after dark. Vaude also use Eco Finish on the jacket, an environmentally friendly water-repellent finish without fluorocarbons (PFC). With their VAUDE Green Shape label, you can be confident in the knowledge that this jacket is manufactured in an eco-friendly way and using sustainable materials, proving great kit doesn't have to harm the environment.Features:Main Material: 100% PolyesterMembrane Material: 100% Polyurethane2.5-layer jacketFront pockets with water repellent zipsUnderarm ventilation with water repellent zipsArticulated sleevesWater-repellent front zip with back flapDrawcord at the bottom hem with one-hand adjustmentAdjustable cuffsAttached, adjustable hood that can be rolled upReflective elementsVAUDE Green Shape label - environmentally friendly productionBuy Vaude Clothing from Chain Reaction Cycles. The World's Largest Online Bike Store.

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Vaude Women's Moab Rain Jacket  - Eclipse  - XS
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Vaude Women's Moab Rain JacketThe Women's Moab Rain Jacket is engineered from a material certified by the strict bluesign® system environmental standard, it's comfortably lightweight, stretchy and offers maximum functionality for riding. With an excellent level of breathability sweat can escape and should you start to feel too warm then simply unzip the underarm ventilation to let in cooling airflow.The water-repellent front zip, with inner storm flap, drawcord at the bottom hem plus an adjustable hood provides total weather protection when the heavens open. Vaude add reflective elements so you have greater visibility when you're caught out after dark. Vaude also use Eco Finish on the jacket, an environmentally friendly water-repellent finish without fluorocarbons (PFC). With their VAUDE Green Shape label, you can be confident in the knowledge that this jacket is manufactured in an eco-friendly way and using sustainable materials, proving great kit doesn't have to harm the environment.Features:Main Material: 100% PolyesterMembrane Material: 100% Polyurethane2.5-layer jacketFront pockets with water repellent zipsUnderarm ventilation with water repellent zipsArticulated sleevesWater-repellent front zip with back flapDrawcord at the bottom hem with one-hand adjustmentAdjustable cuffsAttached, adjustable hood that can be rolled upReflective elementsVAUDE Green Shape label - environmentally friendly productionBuy Vaude Clothing from Chain Reaction Cycles. The World's Largest Online Bike Store.

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Postcoloniality, Translation, and the Bible in ...
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This book is critically important for Bible translation theorists, postcolonial scholars, church leaders, and the general public interested in the history, politics, and nature of Bible translation work in Africa. It is also useful to students of gender studies, political science, biblical studies, and history-of-colonization studies. The book catalogs the major work that has been undertaken by African scholars. This work critiques and contests colonial Bible translation narratives by privileging the importance African oral vitality in rewriting the meaning of biblical texts in the African sociopolitical, political, and cultural contexts. ""'All translations are re-writings,' as Musa Dube observes in her introduction to this absorbing anthology, and when biblical translation is the issue and Africa the context, the theological and ideological stakes in such re-writing are immense. Anyone with interests in postcolonial biblical criticism or Christian mission will find this collection to be important and illuminating."" --Stephen D. Moore, Edmund S. Janes Professor of New Testament Studies, The Theological School, Drew University ""Through the lens of the African context, each of the essays in Postcoloniality, Translation, and the Bible in Africa presents an insightful and critical examination of texts that illustrate the vital role re-writing has on the construction of identity. This volume is a valuable interdisciplinary contribution to the fields of cultural studies, biblical studies, history, and translation theories."" --Lynne St. Clair Darden, Associate Professor of New Testament, Interdenominational Theological Center ""Dube and Wafula have assembled a critically-needed anthology querying the impact of Western biblical translation for Africans, laying bare the colonial values smuggled into biblical and other texts. The contributors lay bare the colonial patriarchal agenda that assigned male gender to God in African languages in which God was not previously a male construct, and elucidate the fabrication of an anti-black Christianity hostile to indigenous cultural religious and spiritual practices. This collection will be a valuable pedagogical tool for unmasking the supposed neutrality in translation of any literature, and for assessing the continuing consequences of the colonial enterprise for all who read, teach, preach, study, and translate the scriptures.¿"" --Wil Gafney, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible, Brite Divinity School ""In this important gender-, race-, and culture-sensitive volume, the eight competent contributors provide the reader with a compelling account from the postcolonial perspective of Africa in the Global South as to how the translation of the Bible in Africa is anything but ideologically innocent. Highly recommended."" -- Gosnell L. Yorke, The Dag Hammarskj¿ld Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, The Copperbelt University, Zambia Musa W. Dube is Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Botswana. She is the author or editor of a number of books, including Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Interpretation (coeditor, 2012) and The HIV & AIDS Bible (2008). R. S. Wafula is Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He is the author of Biblical Representations of Moab (2014), a coeditor of The Postcolonial Church (2016), and the coauthor with Joseph Duggan of Knowledge Activism beyond Theory (forthcoming).

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Postcoloniality, Translation, and the Bible in ...
37,99 € *
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This book is critically important for Bible translation theorists, postcolonial scholars, church leaders, and the general public interested in the history, politics, and nature of Bible translation work in Africa. It is also useful to students of gender studies, political science, biblical studies, and history-of-colonization studies. The book catalogs the major work that has been undertaken by African scholars. This work critiques and contests colonial Bible translation narratives by privileging the importance African oral vitality in rewriting the meaning of biblical texts in the African sociopolitical, political, and cultural contexts. ""'All translations are re-writings,' as Musa Dube observes in her introduction to this absorbing anthology, and when biblical translation is the issue and Africa the context, the theological and ideological stakes in such re-writing are immense. Anyone with interests in postcolonial biblical criticism or Christian mission will find this collection to be important and illuminating."" --Stephen D. Moore, Edmund S. Janes Professor of New Testament Studies, The Theological School, Drew University ""Through the lens of the African context, each of the essays in Postcoloniality, Translation, and the Bible in Africa presents an insightful and critical examination of texts that illustrate the vital role re-writing has on the construction of identity. This volume is a valuable interdisciplinary contribution to the fields of cultural studies, biblical studies, history, and translation theories."" --Lynne St. Clair Darden, Associate Professor of New Testament, Interdenominational Theological Center ""Dube and Wafula have assembled a critically-needed anthology querying the impact of Western biblical translation for Africans, laying bare the colonial values smuggled into biblical and other texts. The contributors lay bare the colonial patriarchal agenda that assigned male gender to God in African languages in which God was not previously a male construct, and elucidate the fabrication of an anti-black Christianity hostile to indigenous cultural religious and spiritual practices. This collection will be a valuable pedagogical tool for unmasking the supposed neutrality in translation of any literature, and for assessing the continuing consequences of the colonial enterprise for all who read, teach, preach, study, and translate the scriptures.¿"" --Wil Gafney, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible, Brite Divinity School ""In this important gender-, race-, and culture-sensitive volume, the eight competent contributors provide the reader with a compelling account from the postcolonial perspective of Africa in the Global South as to how the translation of the Bible in Africa is anything but ideologically innocent. Highly recommended."" -- Gosnell L. Yorke, The Dag Hammarskj¿ld Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, The Copperbelt University, Zambia Musa W. Dube is Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Botswana. She is the author or editor of a number of books, including Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Interpretation (coeditor, 2012) and The HIV & AIDS Bible (2008). R. S. Wafula is Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He is the author of Biblical Representations of Moab (2014), a coeditor of The Postcolonial Church (2016), and the coauthor with Joseph Duggan of Knowledge Activism beyond Theory (forthcoming).

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Stand: 29.03.2020
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