Glancy, Jennifer A. (2002), Slavery in early Christianity (Oxford: Oxford University Press) XIV, 203 s.
Lieu, Judith (2002), Neither Jew nor Greek? : constructing early Christianity (London: T&T Clark) XIII, 263 s.
Penner, Todd C. and Stichele, Caroline Vander (2009), Contextualizing Gender in Early Christian Discourse: Thinking Beyond Thecla (T & T Clarc).
Articles in the “Kompendium”:
Conway, Colleen M. (2008), 'Jesus and Gender', Behold the Man: Jesus and Greco-Roman Masculinity (Oxford New York: Oxford University Press), 3-15 (and notes).
Corley, Kathleen E. (2002), 'Gender and Class in the Teaching of Jesus', Women and the Historical Jesus: Feminist Myths of Christian Origins (Santa Rosa: Polebridge Press), 53-78 (and notes).
Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (2009 (Forthcoming)), 'What is Cultural Complexity?', in Halvor Moxnes, Ward Blanton, and James G. Crossley (eds.), Jesus Beyond Nationalism: Constructing the Historical Jesus in a Period of Cultural Complexity (London: Equinox).
Hornsby, Teresa J. (2006), 'The Annoying Woman: Biblical Scholarship After Judith Butler', in Ellen T. Armour and Susan M. St.Ville (eds.), Bodily Citations: Religion and Judith Butler (New York: Columbia), 71-89.
Martin, Clarice J. (1990), 'Womanist Interpretations of the New Testament: The Quest for Holistic and Inclusive Translation and Interpretation', JFSR, (6), 41-61.
Nash, Jennifer C. (2008), 'Re-thinking Intersectionality', Feminist Review, (89), 1-15.
Articles (free e-journals through Bibsys, The University Library):
Buell, Denise Kimber (2001) "Rethinking the Relevance of Race for Early Christian Self-Definition." HTR 94, (no. 4), 449-76
Knapp, Gudrun-Axeli (2005), 'Race, Class, Gender: Reclaiming Baggage in Fast Travelling Theories', European Journal of Women's Studies, (12 no. 3), 249-65.
McCall, Leslie (2005), 'The Complexity of Intersectionality', Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, (30 no. 3), 1771-800.
Phoenix, Ann and Pattynama, Pamela (2006), 'Intersectionality', European Journal of Women's Studies, (13 no. 3), 187-92.