Toronto, June 1, 2018
Cognitive linguistics is an influential approach to language and cognition used in a wide array of disciplines from psychology to law. It has tremendous promise to help us better understand biblical and theological texts, explain what is going on in theolgical debates, and for understanding the difficulties of communicating religious meaning across cultures. Cognitive linguistics emphasizes the human body in interaction with our environment as the basis for the human mental tool kit.
"Open Theology" invites submissions for the topical issue "Intersubjectivity and Reciprocal Causality within Contemporary Understanding of the God-World Relationship," edited by Joseph A. Bracken (Xavier University, USA).
Calls for Papers:
International Journal of Information, Diversity, and Inclusion (IJIDI) - Special Issue
"Pilgrimage and Diversity in the Information Age"
Dr. Nadia Caidi (University of Toronto, Canada) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcing Journal of West African History, Volume IV, Issue I
The Centre for Early Modern Studies and the Catholic Memory Project, both at the University of Aberdeen, will join the Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library of Chicago in hosting a conference on the theme of ‘Reading the Ministry’, which will be held in Aberdeen on 29 November to 1 December 2018.