Still at the Margins is a review of developments within biblical studies over the last fifteen years, since the publication of the groundbreaking book, Voices from the Margins (1995, ed. Sugirtharajah). Bringing together disparate marginal voices in one volume for the first time, Still at the Margins represents an important new piece of collaborative scholarship. There have been volumes which have looked at specific marginal voices, such as black or feminist biblical hermeneutics, but there has been no single volume which aims to address all the marginal voices. More importantly, Still at the Margins is written by the very experts who shaped the field and presents them with an opportunity to reflect on and try to move the agenda to the next stage.