In this chapter I, a foreigner to Australia, the nation of several countries of Aborigines, invite myself to the conversation on 'minority biblical criticism' (Bailey et al., 2009) with a reading of Jonah that privileges the First people, the people of the land, the people of Nineveh. I read Jonah in solidarity with first peoples, their faces, tongues, ways and interests, from Nineveh, and from Oceania.
|Title of host publication||The One who reads may run. Essays in Honour of Edgar W. Conrad|
|Editors||Michael Carden Roland Boer, Julie Kelso Julie Kelso|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Publisher||T&T Clark (International)|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
Havea, J. (2012). First People, Minority Reading: Reading Jonah, from Oceania. In M. C. R. Boer, & J. K. J. Kelso (Eds.), The One who reads may run. Essays in Honour of Edgar W. Conrad (pp. 176-85). T&T Clark (International).