Reading Religion

litandtheoI have a new article published through Oxford’s Literature and Theology. It’s titled, “Reading Religion: Chivalry in the Alliterative Morte Arthure as an Instance of Cultural Negotiation.” If you can get past the long title, then you’ll find a rather short abstract: “Examining chivalry as it is represented in the Alliterative Morte Arthure, I set out to show how literature often functions as a cultural negotiating ground upon which one can ask the question: what is religion and how does it function within society?”

 

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  1. Congratulations, Ben!!!  I am so excited for you!!! I went to your website and read the summary but the full pdf/html said I had to login or pay.  How can I just read it on your blog?Blessings,Emily

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