<i>Thank you for dying for our country: Commemorative texts and performances in Jerusalem</i> Chaim Noy (2015) Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press ISBN: 978-0-19-939897-3. Pp. 304

Authors

  • Vesa Koskela University of Turku

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.30956

Keywords:

multimodality, identity, museum, performance, ideology

Author Biography

Vesa Koskela, University of Turku

Doctoral candidate, School of Language and Translation Studies

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2017-04-13

How to Cite

Koskela, V. (2017). <i>Thank you for dying for our country: Commemorative texts and performances in Jerusalem</i> Chaim Noy (2015) Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press ISBN: 978-0-19-939897-3. Pp. 304. Sociolinguistic Studies, 10(4), 657–660. https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.30956