Author: Merolla, Daniela
Source: Religion and the Arts, Volume 13, Number 4, 2009 , pp. 403-409(7)
Abstract:Sculptures, paintings, drawings, performances, and films have often refashioned narratives of the origins of the cosmos and of human beings. The essays collected in Creation Myths and the Visual Arts investigate the interplay between image and narrative and offer critical approaches from literary studies, the history of art, archaeology, and anthropology on the interpretation and categorization of verbal and visual representations of “creation myths” from all over the world.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2009-11-01