The Church is having a great rummage sale. Phillis Tickle in her seminal book suggests that every 500 years or so, there is a moving out of the old from the attic, decisions as to what to store, and movements towards embracing the new. This edition of the Orality Journal seeks to identify the nexus of relationships amongst orality, memory, and media. These articles, exploring topics like filmmaking, Bible translation, and digital orality, expose among other things the issue of integrating different modes of communication, whether oral, print, visual, or digital.
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This exploration investigates how to communicate in today’s “Conceptual Age,” employing digital media to connect with a predominately oral world.Download File
A film director and producer recount their pursuit of seeking to understand how God speaks and how He, as the Master Storyteller, invites us to speak.Download File
A senior translator probes the multi-layered nature of orality and its relationship with Bible translation.Download File
This celebrated book is a significant resource on how to enhance the capacity of your memory to make it remember more than the average person. Written in the style of a fascinating nonfiction novel, Joshua Foer takes the reader on an adventurous journey with his personal exploration on the terra...Sign up to access content
Three scholars carried out a research study on strategies of learning. Using their knowledge and skills of storytelling and psychology, the authors argue that, “Most effective learning strategies are not intuitive.”Sign up to access content