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Biblical Heritage: The Culture of Judith

Most images are from the Web Gallery of Art (which I highly recommend visiting) unless otherwise stated. Clipart is courtesy of www.tripod.lycos.com. For more information on specific paintings and sculptures, visit "Artisans and Images".
Home Page:
   -Biblical Heritage 342, Spring 2002, taught by Dr. Alan Steinberg
Intro to the Text:
   -The New Oxford Annotated Bible: New Revised Standard Version with the Apocrypha. 3rd Edition. Ed. Michael D. Coogan. New York: Oxford, 2001.
Intro to Project:
   -Sister Wendy:
   -"Compare and Contrast":
      -Fichner-Rathus, Lois. Understanding Art. 6th Edition. Harcourt College Publishers, 2001; "Judith and Holofernes by Caravaggio, Gentileschi, and Donatello", "Compare and Contrast" feature, pages 410-411.
   -The Quintessential Judith:
      -Tidbits: Artemisia Gentileschi:
         -http://www.foulfiend.com/artemisia.htm (quotes main source as being Mary Garrard's Artemisia Gentileschi)
      -Article from The New Yorker about Artemisia and her father, Orazio:
         -The New Yorker, March 18, 2002, p.28
      -Information about Artemisia's rape and the rape trial:
      -Criticism about the 1998 film, "Artemisia":
Your Judith: selections from the Judith text
3 Faces: Judith:
   -selections from the Judith text
   -Houston, Gail T. "Feminist Criticism." The Critical Experience, 2nd Edition. Ed. David Cowles. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1994.
Artisans and Images:
   -initial idea taken from
http://huizen.dds.nl/~bloemj/kunst/index.html (*not in English)
   -please explore the Artisans and Images page for further source links (due to the vast quantity!)
Dinah's Defense?
   -Judith 9:2-4
   -Genesis 34, 35, & 49