How Cognitive Linguistics Unlocks the Secrets of Artistic Expression in the Art of the Middle East (4th c. BCE to 8th c. CE)
We hear from Rina Talgram (Professor of Art History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem) on the benefit of using cognitive linguistics to explore the interactive nature of visual images of the Middle East from the Hellenistic period (4th c. BCE) to the Umayyad period (end of the 8th c. BCE).
Listen to Michal Bar-Asher Siegal (Prof of Rabbinic Judaism at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Diegesis in Mind board member) discuss how cognitive linguistics helps her to read rabbinic literature.
Missed the conference? Here’s the recap of Characters in Mind: The Migration of Characters in Ancient Jewish, Ancient Christian & Greco-Roman Literature and Art, an International and Interdisciplinary Conference at the University of Bonn, 8-10 February 2023