A new and timely resources has been added to the NSEA website. This resource, Cognitive Classics, provides bibliographies and resources for those looking to apply cognitive science to their research. […]
From its website at Brill: “Since the publication of the critically acclaimed Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism (ed. W.J. Hanegraaff) in 2005, there has been a lively debate about […]
Need funding for a project on esotericism? You can now apply to ESSWE for a contribution. Mission statement below. Further details here. The ESSWE Sponsorship Programme for Independent Scholarly Initiatives […]
Theophrastus`s On Stones is a useful reference for all of us dealing with the early history of alchemy. Now you can get a very nice edition of it for free. […]
Congratulations to Prof. Caroline Schroeder of the University of the Pacific (and Coptic SCRIPTORIUM fame) on winning a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to fund international […]
The European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism has revamped its website just in time for the upcoming biannual International Conference in Riga, 16-18 April. Check it out here!
One of the central problems debated in Gnostic studies is: if there was such a thing as “Gnosticism” (in whatever sense), why don’t any of our supposedly “Gnostic” texts identify […]