I am teaching Paul this term at Duke and we have reached the part of the course where we look at issues connected with women and gender. I was hoping to find some Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza on Youtube to show the class, but the only piece of her that I can find is her Burke Lecture from 2007 on another topic, and it is a video of her simply reading a script. But while searching, I came across a short piece of a rather casual Tom Wright chatting about Junia and Mary Magdalene
It's an enjoyable piece, and it is good to see him so strongly behind the Junia reading given that he earlier assumed the Junias reading (Climax of the Covenant: 48, "these two men . . .").