Part 2 of Arts & Orality published


Part 2 of Arts & Orality published

The International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE), one of the partners of the Center for Excellence in World Arts, has collaborated a second time with the International Orality Network to produce a volume of the Orality Journal dedicated to equipping people to engage local arts in oral contexts.

Journal contributors hail from five continents. Representation from the GIAL community includes articles by Brian Schrag (faculty), Ken Hollingsworth (guest lecturer), and Paul Neeley (guest lecturer). In addition, Robin Harris (faculty) conducted two interviews, including one with Pramila Rajendran (student in Arts and Trauma Healing). Katie Hoogerheide (faculty) and James R. Krabill (board member of ICE) guest edited this journal volume.

If you like Arts & Orality Part 2: Equipping for Ministry, you may also wish to view the earlier volume, Arts & Orality Part 1: Applications and Foundations.