Introduction to the Issue

Authors

  • Luther Martin University of Vermont

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/jch.v1i1.10

Keywords:

Graeco-Roman Antiquity, cognitive science of religion

Abstract

Introduction to the Issue

Author Biography

Luther Martin, University of Vermont

Luther H. Martin is Professor Emeritus of Religion, University of Vermont.

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Published

2014-01-23

How to Cite

Martin, L. (2014). Introduction to the Issue. Journal of Cognitive Historiography, 1(1), 10–13. https://doi.org/10.1558/jch.v1i1.10

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