Language and Religion
Ed. by Yelle, Robert / Handman, Courtney / Lehrich, Christopher
Aims and Scope
This volume draws on an interdisciplinary team of authors to advance the study of the religious dimensions of communication and the linguistic aspects of religion. Contributions cover: poetry, iconicity, and iconoclasm in religious language; semiotic ideologies in traditional religions and in secularism; and the role of materiality and writing in religious communication. This volume will provoke new approaches to language and religion.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- viii, 468 pages
- 23 Fig. 4 Tables
- Type of Publication:
- Religion; Language; Religious Studies; Linguistic Anthropology.