The Language the Shulamite Cries In ~ “The Song of Songs”

“You can speak another language. You can live in another culture. But to cry over your dead, you always go back to your mother tongue… You know who a person is by the language they cry in.”

Towards an Africa-centered and pan-African theory of Communication: Ubuntu and the oral-aesthetic perspective

ABSTRACT ~ This article supports scholarly findings that Bantu traditions are among the strongest civilizing forces in the United States. Positing pop music as a paradigm of proof, the author argues for a cultural decolonization and corrective understanding… Read More

“How the Old Great Stories Were Created” – part 2. Guest Blogpost written by James Bonnet

This week James Bonnet explains that it’s not the historicity of the marvelous tales surrounding certain figures, but rather the “hidden truths” – which were maintained through their oral tradition accounts – that make these stories worthy… 

“How the Old Great Stories Were Created.” Guest Blogpost written by James Bonnet

The old great stories, which really could change people’s lives, were not authored by individuals the way stories are today but were evolved naturally and instinctively by unconscious processes in oral traditions. And even if they started out… Read More