ABOUT THIS BOOK
Engaging resources for understanding the importance of bodies and spaces in producing and interpreting persuasive language
This volume collects essays that represent intellectual milestones that are informing sociorhetorical interpretation during the twenty-first century. The essays are arranged into five parts: (1) Topos; (2) Cultural Geography and Critical Spatiality; (3) Rhetorolects and Conceptual Blending; (4) Rhetography; and (5) Rhetorical Force.
- Tools for integrating multiple approaches to biblical interpretation
- Resources that emphasize the importance of language that prompts mental pictures in effective rhetoric
- Essays from classicists, rhetoricians, and biblical scholars