The Animal as an Object of Interpretation in Pre-Modern Christian and Jewish Hermeneutic Traditions – an Introduction
Karel Appel, 'Femmes, enfants, animaux,' 1951: oil on jute, 170 x 280 cm © Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst Amstelveen
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Keywords

Europe
Middle Ages
Comparative Literature
Animal Studies
Theology
Typology
Allegory

How to Cite

Lembke, A. (2018). The Animal as an Object of Interpretation in Pre-Modern Christian and Jewish Hermeneutic Traditions – an Introduction. Interfaces: A Journal of Medieval European Literatures, (5), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.13130/interfaces-05-02

Abstract

Guest editor Astrid Lembke introduces Issue No. 5 of Interfaces: A Journal of Medieval European Literatures, dedicated to "Biblical Creatures: The Animal as an Object of Interpretation in Pre-Modern Christian and Jewish Hermeneutic Traditions," and offers a general overview of the matter and contents of the contributions.
https://doi.org/10.13130/interfaces-05-02
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