Ritual and narrative are pivotal means of human meaning-making
and of ordering experience, but the close interrelationship between
them has not as yet been given the attention it deserves. How can
models and categories from narrative theory benefit the study of
ritual, and what can we gain from concepts of ritual studies in
analysing narrative? This book brings together a wide range of
disciplinary perspectives including literary studies, archaeology,
biblical and religious studies, and political science. It presents
theoretical explorations as well as in-depth case studies of ritual
and narrative in different media and historical contexts.
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