Conference Paper: A Social Demography of Cursing at Mogontiacum

I am happy to share that my conference paper proposal, “Rogo Te ut Me Vindices: A Social Demography of Cursing at Mogontiacum,” has been accepted to the 2018 Society for Classical Studies (SCS Conference) in Boston! This project builds off of my work on the Mainz curse tablets and seeks to understand who was patronizing […]

ESSWE6 Conference Wrap-Up

As many of you know, the ESSWE conference is held every two years. Having attended the one in Gothenburg (Sweden) in 2013, I was excited to attend this year’s conference in Erfurt (Germany). I was doubly thrilled as I co-organized two panels on esotericism in antiquity with Dylan M. Burns (Freie Universität Berlin) and I […]

NSEA Panels at the 6th International ESSWE Conference

(This post is partially cross-posted from ancientesotericism.org.) The preliminary schedule for the 6th International ESSWE Conference in Erfurt is out! I am happy to report that the Network for the Study of Esotericism in Antiquity has two panels scheduled, both on the first day of the conference (Thursday, June 1st). I will be speaking about […]