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An Introduction to Religious Language

Katie Botkin | MultiLingual May/June 2021
An Introduction to Religious Language is exactly what it purports to be: a text introducing readers to theolinguistics, or the study of religious language. Written more for students of linguistics than laypeople, it is dense, with some sentences packing a particular punch. “All humans participate in sacred-making,” writes Valerie Hobbs in summary.

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Babel: Around the World in Twenty Languages

Review Babel: Around the World in Twenty Languages Vivid snapshots of the world’s top 20 languages Katie Botkin Katie Botkin is a freelance writer and the managing editor...

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Now You’re Talking

Review Now You’re Talking The history of voice has a few interesting cross-cultural implications Katie Botkin Katie Botkin is a freelance writer and the managing editor of MultiLingual....

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