For studies of individual texts from feminist (and other) perspectives, see the listings for individual texts.
- Cheney, Emily, She Can Read: Feminist Reading Strategies for Biblical Narrative (Trinity, 1996) - reviewed by Corinne Crammer, Anglican Theological Review (Winter 1998)
- Schaberg, Jane, Esther Fuchs, and Alice Bach, eds., On the Cutting Edge: The Study of Women in Biblical Worlds: Essays in Honor of Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza (Continuum, 2003) - reviewed by Lillian Klein-Abensohn, Review of Biblical Literature (2004)
- Schussler Fiorenza, Elisabeth, Wisdom Ways: Introducing Feminist Biblical Interpretation (Orbis, 2001) - reviewed by Amy Amonnette, Currents in Theology and Mission (February 2003)
- Stichele, Caroline Vander and Todd Penner, eds., Her Master's Tools?: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse (SBL/Brill, 2005) - reviewed by Mary Coloe, Review of Biblical Literature (2005)
- Van Dijk-Hemmes, Fokkelien, The Double Voice of Her Desire (ed. Jonneke Bekkenkamp and Freda Dröes; trans. David E. Orton; Deo, 2003) - reviewed by Athalya Brenner, Review of Biblical Literature (2005)