The Abeng: a journal of transdisciplinary criticism

ISS Annual Meeting 2019 – Getting Around Memphis
February 4, 2019
ISS Annual Meeting (Memphis 2019) – a summary
April 10, 2019

The Abeng: a journal of transdisciplinary criticism

Vol. 4 (2020)

  • “Who Counts?”: Scripturalization as Classification
  • Scripturalizing Here and There
  • Inner Resources, a brief submission
  • Scripturalizing (Digital) Data
  • Bloodstain-Pattern Analysis
  • Mission Hills Christian Church: A Buoy for some ‘Nones’
  • Atlanta’s Cyclorama

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Vol. 3 (2019)

  • “They’re ruining the game”: (Mis)readers of the Nation-state
  • A Conversation with Tommy J. Curry What Has Athens to Do with Jerusalem? U.S. Biblical Place Naming as Scripturalizing
  • Roundtable: The Institute for Signifying Scriptures and Biblical Studies
  • Remediating Scriptures: HTML as a Culture of Canon
  • Scripturalizing Here and There – Volume I

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Vol. 2 (2018)

  • “If the president does it…it’s not illegal…”: The Modern Nation/State as the Scriptural
  • Reflections on the Second Annual Meeting
  • Journaling the Body into Nature: Audre Lorde’s Poetic Transgressions of Environment’s Scripture
  • Scripturalization of Whiteness: Roots of US Nationalism in Colonial British Exceptionalism
  • Estampa
  • Book Reviews

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Vol. 1 (2017)

Inaugural Issue (2014)

Feature interview with ISS Director, Vincent L. Wimbush conducted by Charles H. Long.

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