1 PhD fellowship with the project Total Devotion – Passions and Plots in Radical Religion in the Ancient World Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark Deadline for applications: October […]
The end of summer has brought us not one but two new titles dealing with providence, fate, and free will in Roman philosophical and religious literature of the first centuries […]
From Peter Adamson, via the ISNS mailing list: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München is one of the largest and most esteemed institutions of higher learning in Germany, offering a wide range of academic […]
Prof. Geoffrey Smith (UT Austin) will show you everything you need to know about how to make your own magical papyrus over at Ancient Jew Review – see here.
Followers of this website (and contemporary media on ancient Christianity in general) may be familiar with the fiasco of the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife that transpired ca. 2012-2016. (See here.) […]
BMCR has posted a review by Mark Roblee (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) of the recent volume of Eleni Pachoumi and Mark J. Edwards (eds.), Praying and contemplating in late antiquity: […]
I’m excited to see that Nicola Spanu‘s new book on the great Neoplatonist Proclus ‘the Successor’ and theurgy will be published in August 2020, by Routledge. Surely one that will […]